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  • Andrew L. Markus Memorial Lectures | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    13 7 30pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2013 Title Date Time Location Andrew L Markus Memorial Lecture Family Memorials Waka and Material Culture Edward Kamens May 7 7 30pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2012 Title Date Time Location Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown Some Buddhist approaches to kings and their problems Professor Paul Harrison Stanford University May 8 7 30pm to 9 30pm Walker Ames Room 2011 Title Date Time Literary Languages Koines and the Emergence of Modern Standard Chinese South Coblin University of Iowa May 11 7 30pm 2010 Title Date Time Location For the Gods Love the Obscure On Translating the Rig Veda Professor Stephanie Jamison University of California in Los Angeles Head Program in Indo European Studies May 12 7 30pm Kane Hall 225 Walker Ames Room 2009 Title Date Time Location What Counts as Literature The Astonishing Revival of The Cannery Ship 1929 in Recession era Japan Professor Norma Field University of Chicago May 7 7 30pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2008 Title Date Time Location Figures for Memory Personal Moments in Medieval Chinese Poetry Professor Paul W Kroll University of Colorado at Boulder May 14 7 30pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2007 Title Date Time Location Heterodox Reasoning in Early Modern North India To What Consequence Monika Boehm Tettelbach University of Heidelberg May 16 7 30pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2006 Title Date Time Location The Pleasures of Japanese Poetry Professor Edwin Cranston Harvard University May 15 7 30pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2005 Title Date Time Location Travels of a Culture Chinese Poetry and the European Imagination Professor Pauline Yu American Council of Learned Societies May 11 8 00pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2004 Title Date Time Location What s Lovely About It Korean Poetry s Appeal and Survival even in English Professor David McCann Harvard University May 12 8 00pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2003 Title Date Time Location With Kindness at Heart a Song on the Tongue and Gold and Steel in Hand Religion Power and Ideology in the Mahabharata the Great Epic of India Professor James L Fitzgerald University of Tennessee May 15 8 00pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2002 Title Date Time Location Reading or Not the Tale of Genji Professor Royall Tyler Harvard University May 16 8 00pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2001 Title Date Time Location Cognitive Approaches to Chinese Historical Linguistics Professor Christoph Harbsmeier University of Oslo May 22 8 00pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2000 Title Date Time Location On the Evolution of Hindi as a Language of Literature Professor Ronald Stuart McGregor University of Cambridge May 23 7 00pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 1999 Title Date Time Location Hong Taeyong and the Korean Rediscovery of China in the Eighteenth Century Professor Gari Ledyard Columbia University May 3 7 00pm Seafirst Executive Education Building Boeing Auditorium 1998 Title Date Time A Scene in Natsume Soseki s Last and Uncompleted Novel Meian

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  • Asian Languages & Literature Colloquia | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Japan Tomiko Yoda Duke University Mar 7 3 30pm The World is Superflat Arts and Politics in Contemporary Japan Marilyn Ivy Columbia University Feb 25 3 30pm Princess Nukata and the Birth of Man yō Poetry Mack Horton University of California Berkeley Jan 30 3 30pm Tenkô and the Specter of Language Yukiko Shigeto University of Washington Jan 8 3 30pm 2008 Title Date Time Location Once their strings are cut they easily crumble Uncanny Dolls in Ghost in the Shell 2 Innocence Steven Brown University of Oregon May 9 3 30pm Communications 120 From Biological Racialism to Cultural Racialism Some Reflections on the Imperial Subject in Tôson s Hakai and Yokomitsu s Shanhai Dennis Washburn Dartmouth College Apr 28 3 30pm Communications 202 The Woman Waylaid at the Well A Theme in Medieval Devotional Literature and Popular Hindi Film Heidi Pauwels University of Washington Apr 24 3 30pm to 5 00pm Smith 304 Ideologies and Theories of Literature Tsubouchi Shôyô s Shôsetsu Shinzui Essence of the Novel 1885 6 as a Mirror for Natsume Sôseki s Bungakuron Theory of Literature 1907 Michael Bourdaghs University of Chicago Apr 21 3 30pm Thomson 317 2007 Title Date Time Location Kepu Jjylur Shy a te Finding cosmology ritual geography sociology and reproductive physiology all in a Nuosu Yi ritual text for repairing a broken marriage Stevan Harrell University of Washington Lygur Ajy Ergu Azhi Southwest Nationalities Institute in Chengdu May 1 3 30pm to 5 00pm Communications 226 Huo Yuanjia The Death and Birth of the Modern Chinese Martial Hero Chris Hamm University of Washington Apr 18 3 30pm to 5 00pm Communications 226 The trembling ghost of Yugao in a Ruined Garden Paul Atkins University of Washington Mar 2 3 30pm to 5 00pm Communications 226 Translating Classical Urdu Poetry Problems and Possibilities Jameel Ahmad University of Washington Feb 22 3 30pm to 5 00pm Savery 211 Is Japanese made in Japan Dr Martine Robbeets Leiden University Feb 12 3 30pm to 5 00pm Suzzallo Library Allen Library Auditorium Ancient Texts and Prehistoric Verbal Structures The Case for Japonic and Korean Dr Kerri Russell University of Hawaii Jan 31 3 30pm to 5 00pm Suzzallo Library Allen Library Auditorium Parallel Worlds Stretched Time and Illusory Reality The Tang Tale Du Zichun Carrie Reed Middlebury College Jan 30 3 30pm to 5 00pm Communications 226 The Path to Kana da An Overview of the Earliest Written Evidence for Korean and Japanese Dr Marc Miyake Jan 23 3 30pm to 5 00pm Communications 226 2006 Title Date Time Location Linguistic Rhythm in Japanese and Korean Emily Curtis University of British Columbia Dec 5 3 30pm to 5 00pm Communications 226 Impressions of Minbei Northern Fujian Lin Deng and Ed Lien University of Washington Oct 24 3 30pm to 5 50pm Communications 226 Do subtle words convey praise and blame The implications of formal variation in the Chuenchiou records Newell Ann Van Auken Lecturer University of Washington May 9 3 30pm Portrait of a

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  • Ceremonies | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    the tearoom Sunken Hearth Nov 1 10 00am East West Chanoyu Center 2013 Title Date Time Location Graduation and Awards Convocation 2013 Jun 14 3 30pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2012 Title Date Time Location Graduation and Awards Convocation 2012 Jun 8 3 30pm to 6 00pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2011 Title Date Time Graduation and Awards Convocation 2011 Jun 8 2010 Title Date Time Location Graduation and Awards Convocation 2010 Jun 11 Kane Hall 2009 Title Date Time Location Graduation and Awards Convocation 2009 Jun 12 Kane Hall 2008 Title Date Time Location Graduation and Awards Convocation 2008 Jun 13 Kane Hall 2007 Title Date Time Location Graduate and Awards Convocation 2007 Jun 8 Kane Hall 2006 Title Date Time Location Graduate and Awards Convocation 2006 Jun 8 Kane Hall 2005 Title Date Time Location Graduate and Awards Convocation 2005 Jun 8 Kane Hall 2004 Title Date Time Graduate Reception and Awards Ceremony 2004 Jun 11 Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Event Categories Academic Calendar Andrew L Markus Memorial Lectures Asian Languages Literature Colloquia Ceremonies Colloquia Conferences Cultural Festivals Deadlines Distinguished Faculty Lectures Exhibits Graduate Student Booksales Graduate Student Colloquia Graduation Reception and Awards Ceremony Information Sessions Internal Lectures Meetings Performances Screenings Special Events Student Activities Study Abroad Talks Workshops 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

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  • Colloquia | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Date Time Location Asian Languages and Literature Colloquium Professor Brett Walker Montana State University Nov 7 3 30pm Savery 166 North Korea and South Korea What s Ahead World Affairs Council Seattle May 22 6 00pm to 7 30pm Antioch University Seattle Campus Chinese Law Panel Discussion May 22 3 30pm Thomson Hall 317 Asian Languages and Literature Student Colloquium May 3 Savery 408 409 Deconstructing the Myth of Indian Smell in Vietnam The Early Formation of the Annamese Nation Chi Pham Department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages University of California Riverside Apr 30 3 30pm Thomson Hall 317 Asian Languages and Literature Colloquium Series A Typology of Errors Reading Classical Chinese in 17th Century Vietnam Dr John Duong Phan JSPS Postdoctoral Research Fellow National Institute for Japanese Languages and Linguistics Department of Crosslinguistic Studies Apr 16 3 30pm Thomson Hall 317 The Lives and Deaths of Tao Hongjing A Cave Dweller s View of Medieval Chinese Religious Biography and Epigraphy Dr Ian Chapman University of Washington Jan 24 3 30pm Thomson Hall 317 Views on the Pacific Leadership and International Political Perspectives within the Strategic Rebalance University of Washington Tacoma Jan 15 4 00pm to 6 00pm William W Philip Hall 2013 Title Date Time Location Negotiating Religiosity with a Secular State Confucianism and Religious Politics in Indonesia Evi Sutrisno May 13 10 00am Denny 401 Departmental Colloquium Poetic Dialogues and Literary Symposia in Early Medieval China Hsiang Lin Shih Apr 25 3 30pm Savery 140 CLTA WA 2013 Spring Workshop Dr Richard Chi Mar 23 Thomson Hall 101 Japanese Studies in Japan and the US Comparative Perspectives on Japanese Language and Culture Feb 22 2 00pm HUB Room 307 Tokyo Stories Reading Urban Space Jan 26 Simpson Center CMU 206 Doing Business in Thailand Suttharud Liangwonnaporn American

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  • Conferences | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    SouthEast Asian Languages Indonesian Apr 19 Savery Hall 167 2nd Annual Students Conference in Southeast Asian Languages 2014 Indonesian Apr 19 Savery 167 Society for Textual Scholarship International Interdisciplinary Conference Mar 20 to Mar 22 University of Washington Campus South Asia Conference of the Pacific Northwest SACPAN 2014 Mar 8 The Walker Ames Room Kane Hall The Japan Foundation Standard Familiarization Workshop Ms Tomoyo Shibahara Japan Foundation São Paulo Feb 15 9 00am to 4 15pm Communications Building 226 2013 Title Date Time Location Understanding Korea Workshop Sep 28 9 30am Smith Hall 205 The ACTFL Writing Proficiency Guidelines Familiarization Workshop May 4 Thompson 101 AP Chinese Workshop Developing Communicative Competence in Chinese Hong Gang Jin Hamilton College Apr 20 Thomson 101 Student Conference in Bahasa Indonesian Apr 20 Savery 131 CLTA WA 2013 Spring Workshop Dr Richard Chi Mar 23 Thomson Hall 101 2012 Title Date Time Location New Geographies of Feminist Art China Asia The World An international conference Nov 15 to Nov 17 Henry Art Gallery Outlines of Buddhism in East Asia Seattle Asian Art Museum Nov 12 8 30am to 4 00pm Seattle Asian Art Museum Northwest Conference on Japanese Pedagogy Apr 21 to Apr 22 2007 Title Date Time Patronage Performance Procession and Pilgrimage Channels of the Flow of Religious Exchange in Early Modern India May 18 to May 19 2006 Title Date Time The 39th International Conference on Sino Tibetan Languages Linguistics Sep 14 to Sep 17 Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Event Categories Academic Calendar Andrew L Markus Memorial Lectures Asian Languages Literature Colloquia Ceremonies Colloquia Conferences Cultural Festivals Deadlines Distinguished Faculty Lectures Exhibits Graduate Student Booksales Graduate Student Colloquia Graduation Reception and Awards Ceremony Information Sessions Internal Lectures Meetings Performances Screenings

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  • Cultural Festivals | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    1 10 00am East West Chanoyu Center Understanding Korea Workshop Sep 27 9 00am to 3 30pm Husky Union Building HUB Lyceum KERATON 2014 The Authentic Indonesian Market Indonesian Student Association at UW May 24 3 00pm to 9 00pm HUB Lawn Girls Day Hina Matsuri Celebration Seattle Asian Art Museum Mar 1 9 20am Seattle Asian Art Museum Fuller Garden Court CulturalFest Expo 2014 Foundation for International Understanding Through Students FIUTS Feb 7 11 00am to 3 30pm HUB Ballroom 2013 Title Date Time Location Indonesian Night Market Nov 16 3 00pm Northgate Community Center Understanding Korea Workshop Sep 28 9 30am Smith Hall 205 Aki Matsuri Eastside Nihon Matsuri Association ENMA Sep 8 10 00am to 6 00pm Bellevue College Main Campus Aki Matsuri Eastside Nihon Matsuri Association ENMA Sep 7 10 00am to 6 00pm Bellevue College Main Campus Hosekibako Presents All Things Japanese Sale Japanese Cultural Community Center of Washington Aug 25 10 00am to 3 00pm Japanese Cultural Community Center of Washington Hosekibako Presents All Things Japanese Sale Japanese Cultural Community Center of Washington Aug 24 10 00am to 3 00pm Japanese Cultural Community Center of Washington Celebrate Sichuan Seattle Chinese Garden Aug 17 5 00pm to 7 30pm Seattle Chinese Garden ISAUW Night 2013 KERATON The Treasured Tradition of Indonesia May 25 6 00pm Husky Union Building HUB North Ballroom JSAUW Presents Matsuri 2013 Husky Avenue Apr 20 3 00pm to 7 00pm HUB Ballrooms Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Event Categories Academic Calendar Andrew L Markus Memorial Lectures Asian Languages Literature Colloquia Ceremonies Colloquia Conferences Cultural Festivals Deadlines Distinguished Faculty Lectures Exhibits Graduate Student Booksales Graduate Student Colloquia Graduation Reception and Awards Ceremony Information Sessions Internal Lectures Meetings Performances Screenings Special Events

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  • Deadlines | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    History Mission Vision Awards Honors Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Deadlines Events 2014 Title Date Time The 34th TOPIK Test of Proficiency in Korean Korean Consulate General in Seattle Apr 19 Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Event Categories Academic Calendar Andrew L Markus Memorial Lectures Asian Languages Literature Colloquia Ceremonies Colloquia Conferences Cultural Festivals Deadlines Distinguished Faculty Lectures Exhibits Graduate Student Booksales Graduate Student Colloquia Graduation Reception and Awards Ceremony Information Sessions Internal Lectures Meetings Performances Screenings Special Events Student Activities Study Abroad Talks Workshops 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

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  • Distinguished Faculty Lectures | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    open to the public It will be followed by a reception Events 2011 Title Date Time Location A multilingual poet in eighteenth century India A Krishna bhakta s experiments with Urdu Heidi Pauwels University of Washington Nov 29 7 30pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2009 Title Date Time Location Why not ABC What happened to the alphabet in East Asia William Boltz University of Washington Nov 25 7 30pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2007 Title Date Time Location Why ABC Richard Salomon University of Washington Nov 20 7 30pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2006 Title Date Time Location Inner Asian Words for Paper and Silk Jerry Norman University of Washington emeritus Nov 21 7 30pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2005 Title Date Time Location To be or Not to be Observations by a Chinese Linguist on Matters of Grammar Anne Yue Hashimoto University of Washington Nov 22 7 30pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2004 Title Date Time Location Grammatically Speaking Linguistics Literary Criticism and the Interpretation of Indian Texts Michael Shapiro University of Washington Nov 23 8 00pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 2003 Title Date Time Location Rose or Jade Problems in Translating Medieval Chinese Literature David R Knechtges University of Washington Nov 25 8 00pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Event Categories Academic Calendar Andrew L Markus Memorial Lectures Asian Languages Literature Colloquia Ceremonies Colloquia Conferences Cultural Festivals Deadlines Distinguished Faculty Lectures Exhibits Graduate Student Booksales Graduate Student Colloquia Graduation Reception and Awards Ceremony Information Sessions Internal Lectures Meetings Performances Screenings Special Events Student Activities Study Abroad Talks Workshops Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People

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