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  • Teaching & Research Assistant Resources | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    sure to return it after you have finished making your copies Please note All copies are to be made for teaching purposes only Do not use the copy machines for any research projects Supplies General office supplies pens dry erase markers paper clips transparencies etc are located in the storage cabinets next to the Main Office reception area Please contact the Departmental Secretary if you have any questions Conference and Class Rooms If you would like to reserve the Student Lounge Gowen M218 please submit a reservation request to Kristi Noceda Be sure to include the time s and date s needed in your request Create a Website Profile Work with our webmaster Kristi Noceda to create and establish your department web profile A list of all current teaching assistant web profiles is located here A short bio that includes your contact information office hours and a photo is a good starting point Building Maintenance Please contact the Main Office to report any problems in Gowen Hall such as dripping faucets burnt out light bulbs graffiti etc that need attention Recycling You are responsible for emptying out your own paper recycling bin You may empty it in either the green paper recycling collection bags in the Student Lounge or outside of the Copy Room There are also large recycling dumpsters located on the ground floor of Gowen Hall Pay Benefits Pay Day Please contact Youngie Yoon for any payroll questions There are two pay periods per month 1 st 15 th and 16 th end of the month Pay Days are on the 10 th and 25 th of each month If either day falls on a Saturday you will receive your check the Friday prior If either day falls on a Sunday you will receive your check the following Monday New employees who begin anytime between the 1 st 15 th of the month will receive their first paycheck on the 25 th of that month Those who start employment anytime between the 16 th 30 th 31 st of the month will receive his or her first paycheck on the 10 th of the following month Sign Up For Direct Deposit You must sign up for Direct Deposit as soon as possible by logging on to Employee Self Services ESS Pay Scale The rate of pay for TAs is determined by their degree level See the Regular non variable rate TA RA SA salary schedule Please notify the Academic Counselor when you have completed an MA at UW or successfully completed your PhD general exam so that we can change the monthly rate of your stipend Employment Policies Many Academic Student Employees ASEs including TAs RAs SAs Readers Graders Tutors and some Trainees now work under a collective bargaining agreement The full contract governing their employment is on the web In addition to this contract the employment of ASEs working in the Department of Asian Languages Literature is governed by departmental policy Download the AL L Academic Student

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  • Graduate Student Guides and Policies | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    For Teaching Assistants For Graduate Students About History Mission Vision Awards Honors Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Resources Graduate Student Guides and Policies WELCOME GRADUATE STUDENTS IN ASIAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE Your Graduate Student Association Leaders for 2014 2015 President Ross Henderson Treasurer Michael Skinner GPSS Representative Nathaniel Bond Faculty Senate Representative Ross Henderson Colloquium Organizer Christopher Diamond Graduate Student Book Sale Organizer Joe Boxman Graduate Student Constitution Welcome to Your New Graduate Students for 2014 2015 Siyuan Fu Chinese Harumi Maeda Japanese Sasha Prevost South Asian Yin Yin Tan Chinese Wandi Wang Chinese Shuheng Diana Zhang Chinese The following resources are most applicable to current graduate students Prospective students should consult the Graduate Programs page to learn about available programs and admissions policies Hows and Whys Guidelines for the MA Hows and Whys Guidelines for the PhD Administrative Forms for Current Graduate Students Application to be On Leave for Current Graduate Students Teaching Assistant Opportunities and Resources The complete Departmental Policies and Procedures for graduate study Files Graduate Student Constitution Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate Students Current Grad Students GSA Officers Department Committee Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Majors and Minors Learning Goals Honors Program Graduate Degrees Admissions Policies and Procedures M A Guidelines Ph D Guidelines Administrative Forms Application to be On Leave Teaching Assistant Opportunities Proficiency Placement Exams Language Study Languages Offered Add Codes Wait Lists Teaching Certificate Endorsements Teaching Assistant Opportunities Summer Study Courses Study Abroad Sichuan University Research Early Buddhist Manuscript Project Publications Projects Dissertations Undergraduate Fields of Interest News

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  • About | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    languages and literature and graduate degree programs in Chinese Japanese Korean South Asian and Buddhist Studies For more information you can view the Asian Languages Literature Fact Sheet History of the Department The Department of Asian Languages and Literature was created in 1969 However the teaching of Asian languages literatures and cultures has a much longer history at the University of Washington As far back as the last decade of the 19th century the university offered a program of studies in ancient languages in which a course of instruction in Sanskrit was offered along with those in Latin Greek and Hebrew In 1909 the University s Board of Regents voted to establish the Department of Oriental History Literature and Institutions placing at its head the well known Asianist the Reverend Herbert H Gowen 1864 1960 Beginning in 1949 instructional programs in Asian languages were housed in the Department of Far Eastern and Slavic Languages and Literature This department was reorganized in 1969 into two separate and autonomous entities the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature and the Department of Asian Languages and Literature Over the last century the early Sanskrit offerings were gradually supplemented by additional Asian language programs Chinese 1926 Japanese 1928 Korean 1944 Mongolian early 1950 s Tibetan 1952 Hindi and Tamil 1967 Thai 1967 Vietnamese 1981 Indonesian 1991 A program in Turkic languages was established in Asian Languages and Literature in the early 1960 s but was transferred to the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization in 1986 Files Asian Languages Literature Fact Sheet Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate

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  • Mission & Vision | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    and research endeavors assisting educational institutions by training future teachers serving the region by means of the expertise and knowledge possessed by members of the department and sponsoring talks colloquia conferences and symposia that expose the general and University communities to intellectual and cultural trends related to Asian languages literatures and civilizations Department Vision The University of Washington s Department of Asian Languages and Literature is a nationally and internationally renowned department engaged in teaching research and service with regard to representative languages and literatures of East South Southeast and Central Asia The Department places particular emphasis on treating Asian languages and literatures in a broad humanistic context taking care to examine them with reference to the cultures and cultural traditions within which they exist and have developed The Department seeks to achieve an effective balance among its various activities Through its language classes it seeks to inculcate in students both undergraduate and graduate advanced abilities to utilize Asian languages for a multiplicity of purposes in a rapidly changing world Through its courses on literature culture and civilization the Department seeks to spread awareness of the contributions of Asia to the literary and cultural traditions of the world as a whole And through its research in areas as far ranging as literature linguistics language pedagogy philology religion epigraphy and paleography and cultural studies it attempts to increase knowledge about a geographical region that includes approximately forty percent of the world s population The Department of Asian Languages and Literature is situated in one of the thriving cultural and economic centers of the Pacific Rim and serves as a vital resource to Seattle the State of Washington and the Pacific Northwest as a whole As this region continues to expand its influence on the world stage knowledge of Asia its languages

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  • Awards & Honors | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    S Tatsumi Scholarship Fund was established with an initial gift by Professor Nobutaka Ike 1916 2006 and his wife Tai 1918 2007 Nobutaka Ike a Seattle native and graduate of the UW class of 1940 and Mrs Ike were graduate students and UW employees when the U S declared war against Japan in 1941 They were dismissed from their positions and first sent to internment camps then to the Navy Language School in Boulder After the war Nobutaka Ike embarked on a scholarly career and eventually became a professor of political science at Stanford University In 1984 Professor and Mrs Ike established the Tatsumi Scholarship fund in memory of their mentor using reparation funds given to them by the state of Washington Thanks to their generous gift and additional contributions by others who wished to honor Professor Tatsumi s legacy each year this prize is awarded to one or more students at UW who demonstrate excellence in the study of Japanese and Japanese studies In this video originally produced for the series California of the Past Professor Tatsumi s daughter Miyo Tatsumi Harvey tells the story of his life and career Tatsumi Scholarship Recipients 2014 Zachary Lim 2013 Hana Kim Jessica Mao 2012 Emily Keiko Ikeda Megan Colette Korling Abigail Julia Severson 2011 Rebecca Dexter Sarah Mortland 2010 Clara Nadja Lawryniuk Sin Yi Cindy Tsang 2009 Chan Yang Glory Choe Jessica Louise Leithem 2008 Kei Hiyaki Raeanna Kaylin Pierce Mason 2007 Lindsey Dewitt Brian Garcia 2006 Kathryn E Illback 2005 Erika Ahlstrom Kristi Govella Katharine Klise Kevin Southard 2004 Matthew Keyes Christine Priyatna Jeremy Yellen 2003 Ming hsuan Mandy Wang Nina Uchida Erin Brightwell 2002 Jennifer Barrick Brian P Walsh 2001 Scott Richard Blow Zachary Hunting Chien hsin Tsai 2000 Jermain Ma Elijah Zupanic Scot Ritchy 1999 Faith Ashizawa Curtis Strong Brenda Dieck 1998 Jennifer E Hall Christian Ratcliff Michael O Keefe 1997 Jonathan Perkins Ryan Morris Heeson Pyon 1996 Stanley D Crow Joseph Heitzeberg 1995 Stephen Snyder Stacy Holmes Rebecca Morley 1994 Scott Dinwiddie Fran Fuller Margaret Nakayama 1993 Adam Goff Dan Charlson 1992 Richard Hoge Martin Koessel Rachel Seymour 1991 Yukiko Sato Christopher J Smith 1990 Michelle Wing Laura Hess 1989 Stefanie Rush Daniel Hsieh 1988 Ted Woolsey Paul Vosti 1987 Lucy Bottemiller Jeffrey Lawrence 1986 Cynthia Howe Richard Simmons The Scott H Swaner Memorial Book Award This award which recognizes excellent students within the Department was renamed in 2007 to memorialize Scott Swaner who taught Korean poetry and aesthetic theory in the Department from 2003 until 2006 Scott H Swaner was born in California in 1968 and studied at Cornell University before taking his Ph D from Harvard in 2003 He came to the University of Washington as a postdoctorate fellow later that year and joined the faculty as an assistant professor in 2004 Book Award Recipients 2014 Catherine Emily Shea 2013 Yin Yin Tan 2012 Farah Hushin Lu Gan Genoveva Castro 2011 Catherine Bridges Lyman 2010 Maisha Mariko Kuniyuki 2008 Kendra Nichole Buchanan 2007 Jeffrey Alexander

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  • Stay Connected | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Welcome to our Stay Connected page We are excited to provide you with information about the department and how you can become involved with our community These opportunities are open to current students staff faculty alumni and friends Like us on Facebook Join our group on LinkedIn Watch us on YouTube See our photos on Flickr Subscribe to our news feed Subscribe to our announcement list AsiaTalk Subscribe to our newsletter Asia Notes Attend public events Submit an alumni update Make a gift to support our students and programs Thanks for your interest in the Department of Asian Languages Literatures Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate Students Current Grad Students GSA Officers Department Committee Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Majors and Minors Learning Goals Honors Program Graduate Degrees Admissions Policies and Procedures M A Guidelines Ph D Guidelines Administrative Forms Application to be On Leave Teaching Assistant Opportunities Proficiency Placement Exams Language Study Languages Offered Add Codes Wait Lists Teaching Certificate

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  • Support Us | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    carry out this important mission in the decades to come The department is currently undertaking a capital campaign to raise funds in support of certain critical endeavors These include graduate and undergraduate scholarships to attract and retain the highest caliber of student funds to support special events such as campus visits by distinguished scholars and an endowment that will continue to sustain the department s indispensable activities well into the future Please consider making a donation to one of these existing funds using the form below If you are interested in exploring other ways of supporting the department whether through targeted donations or through non economic means please contact the chair of the development committee Professor Collett Cox Targeted donations could include anything from supporting book funds to endowing a named professorial chair We welcome offers of any type of support from our friends and alumni E mail the department s development committee Share Print PDF This giving form requires frames Please enable frames or update your browser Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Recent Work by Faculty Pauwels Heidi Cosmopolitan Soirées in Eighteenth Century North India Reception of early Urdu Poetry in Kishangarh South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal Centre d Études de l Inde et de l Asie du sud 2014b The realism debate and the politics of modern art in early postwar Japan Japan Forum 26 no 4 2014 508 529 Pahlajrai Prem 2014 Niścaldās and his Vṛttiprabhākar Advaita Vedānta in the Vernacular Unpublished doctoral dissertation University of Washington Seattle Salomon Richard and Joseph Marino 2014 Observations on the Deorkothar Inscriptions and Their Significance for the Evaluation of Buddhist Historical Traditions Sōka daigaku kokusai bukkyōgaku kōtō kenkyūjo nenpō 創価大学国際仏教学高等研究所年報 Annual Report of The International Research Institute for Advanced

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  • Contact | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Organizations Other UW Departments and Resources For Faculty and Staff For Teaching Assistants For Graduate Students About History Mission Vision Awards Honors Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home About Contact The Department of Asian Languages Literature main office is located in 225 Gowen Hall map on the University of Washington campus in Seattle Hours Monday Friday 8 00am 12 00pm and 1 00 5 00pm Closed for lunch 12 00 1 00pm Mailing address Department of Asian Languages Literature University of Washington 225 Gowen Hall Box 353521 Seattle WA 98195 3521 Telephone 206 543 4996 Fax 206 685 4268 Email asianll uw edu You may also contact us by filling out the form below Share Print PDF Your name Your email address Subject Category General Inquiry Website Feedback or Problems Message Leave this field blank CAPTCHA This question helps to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 5 2 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate Students Current Grad Students GSA Officers Department Committee Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Majors and Minors Learning Goals Honors Program Graduate Degrees Admissions Policies and Procedures M A Guidelines Ph D Guidelines Administrative Forms Application to be On Leave Teaching Assistant Opportunities Proficiency Placement Exams Language Study Languages Offered Add Codes Wait Lists Teaching Certificate Endorsements Teaching Assistant Opportunities Summer Study Courses Study Abroad Sichuan University Research Early Buddhist Manuscript Project Publications Projects Dissertations Undergraduate Fields of Interest News Events Recent News News Archive Events Events Archive Email List Newsletter

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