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  • Professor Emeritus David R. Knechtges Receives China Book Award | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Book Award for Special Contributions was announced Tuesday in Beijing Ten famous sinologists including David R Knechtges from the US Priyadarsi Mukherji from India translator Federico Masini from Italy writer Bernard Brizay and also publishers from different countries were selected as the top winners First launched in 2005 by the Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China as a State level award the China Book Award for Special Contributions aims to promote Chinese culture and literature abroad Awards usually go to foreign sinologists translators writers and publishers who have made great strides introducing Chinese culture to the world For example as one of the most recognized Western sinologists today Knechtges is widely known for his translation of the History of Chinese Civilization first published by the Cambridge University Press in 2012 Even today the book is still the most popular gift given to foreign guests when they visit China said Wu Wei secretary of the Party Committee of the China National Publications Import and Export Corporation which is one of the organizers of the award During the previous seven awards winners included famous translators such as Anna Gustafsson Chen and Howard Goldblatt both of whom have translated a number of works by China s first Nobel Laureate Mo Yan writers like Ezra Feivel Vogel author of Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China and John Naisbitt who wrote Megatrends A traditional part of the BIBF Beijing International Book Fair which began Wednesday the book award together with the Beijing International Publishing Forum which was held Tuesday are the two most important events at the annual BIBF Source Global Times Published 2014 8 27 20 08 06 People Involved David R Knechtges News Category Announcements Related Fields Chinese Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali

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  • Graduate Student Colloquium 2015 | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Union of the Department of Asian Languages and Literature at the University of Washington is pleased to announce the 2015 Graduate Student Colloquium This annual event has always been a great opportunity for graduate students from across different departments and schools at the University of Washington and farther afield to interact with each other and to catch up on the latest Asia related research happening in our own backyard All graduate students and any qualified undergraduates are encouraged to submit abstracts and proposals to present in this year s colloquium The only restriction is that the subject be Asia related all disciplines welcome We are hoping to get a good mix of presenters this year from many departments here at the University of Washington and from our fellow scholars from the region This is a great opportunity for students to gain experience in presenting formal academic papers in a smaller informal atmosphere Share your ideas and learn what your fellow Asian studies scholars are researching Submit proposals of 150 200 words to Chris Diamond cldiam uw edu External students April 1st UW Students April 10th Files graduate student colloquium 2015 pdf Event Type Graduate Student Colloquia Share Print PDF 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

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  • Bengali (Bangla) | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    and East Bengal dialects for the most part are mutually intelligible However a few dialects in Bangladesh most notably those of Sylhet and Chittagong would not be understood by speakers of the standard language The history of Bangla and its literature is divided into three periods old Bangla c 1000 1350 AD middle Bangla 1350 1800 and modern Bangla 1800 present Bangla has a rich literature dating back to 1000 AD Old Bangla is known primarily from a single manuscript of Buddhist songs the Caryapada or Caryagiti which was discovered in Nepal in 1907 A vast body of literature from the middle period exists devoted to both Hindu and Muslim themes Among the many great modern Bangla writers the best known figure is Rabindranath Tagore 1861 1941 who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1913 In the nineteenth century a literary form of Bangla called sadhu bhasa refined language developed Although literature today is no longer written in sadhu bhasa it continues to be employed in Bangladesh for official documents Bengalis take great pride in their language and literature The struggle for independence of Bangladesh may be traced to the Language Movement bhasa andolan of 1952 which established Bangla as a state language of Pakistan UNESCO has declared February 21 as the International Mother Language Day to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism Please see the BENG headings in the UW Course Catalog for course descriptions and Courses for class offerings per quarter Faculty in This Area Nandini Abedin Lecturer abedin uw edu More people News 2013 FLAS Fellowship Awardee Christopher Diamond IN MEMORIAM Bengali Lecturer Carol Salomon Events There are no upcoming events on our calendar related to this field Additional related content People Nandini Abedin Lecturer Christopher L Diamond Graduate Student in South Asian Languages and

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  • Chinese | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    R Knechtges The Han Rhapsody A Study of the Fu of Yang Hsiung 53 B C A D 18 Cambridge London New York and Melbourne Cambridge University Press 1976 David R Knechtges The Han shu Biography of Yang Xiong 53 B C A D 18 Tempe Arizona Center for Asian Studies Arizona State University 1982 David R Knechtges Wen xuan or Selections of Refined Literature Volume Two Rhapsodies on Sacrifices Hunts Travel Palaces and Halls Rivers and Seas Princeton Princeton University Press 1987 David R Knechtges Wen xuan Volume Three Rhapsodies on Natural Phenomena Birds and Animals Aspirations and Feelings Sorrowful Laments Literature Music and Passions Princeton University Press 1996 David R Knechtges Wen xuan or Selections of Refined Literature Volume One Rhapsodies on Metropolises and Capitals Princeton Princeton University Press 1982 John Christopher Chris Hamm Book Sword and Nation Jin Yong and the Modern Chinese Martial Arts Novel Hawai i University Press 2000 John Christopher Hamm Paper Swordsmen Jin Yong and the Modern Chinese Martial Arts Novel University of Hawaii Press 2006 Liping Yu Co author A Reflection of the Reality Readings in Contemporary Chinese Short Stories An Advanced Modern Chinese Reader Princeton NJ Princeton University 2004 Liping Yu Co author A Step Further An Advanced Modern Chinese Reader Princeton NJ Princeton University 2003 Liping Yu Co author College English Test Book Beijing People s University Press 1992 Liping Yu Co author Phrasal Verbs Beijing Beijing News Press 1992 Liping Yu Co author TV English Beijing Beijing Economic Management Press 1992 Nyan Ping Bi Co author Integrated Chinese Level 1 Part 1 Teacher s Handbook Boston Cheng Tsui Company 2011 Nyan Ping Bi Co author Integrated Chinese Level 1 Part 2 Teacher s Handbook Boston Cheng Tsui Company 2011 Nyan Ping Bi Co author Integrated Chinese Level 1 Part 2 Textbook Workbook and Character Workbook 3rd edition Boston Cheng Tsui Company 2008 Nyan Ping Bi Co author Integrated Chinese Level 2 Part 1 Textbook Workbook and Character Workbook 3rd edition Boston Cheng Tsui Company 2009 Nyan Ping Bi Co author Integrated Chinese Level 2 Part 2 Textbook Workbook and Character Workbook 3rd edition Boston Cheng Tsui Company 2009 Nyan Ping Bi Co author Integrated Chinese Level 2 Textbook and Workbook 2nd edition Boston Cheng Tsui Company 2006 Nyan Ping Bi Co author Integrated Chinese Level 1 Part 1 Textbook Workbook and Character Workbook 3rd edition Boston Cheng Tsui Company 2008 Nyan Ping Bi Co author Integrated Chinese Level 2 Character Workbook 2nd edition Boston Cheng Tsui Company 2007 Wang Ping The Age of Courtly Writing Wen xuan Compiler Xiao Tong 501 531 and His Circle Leiden Netherlands Brill 2012 Print William Boltz The Origin and Early Development of the Chinese Writing System American Oriental Society Yomi Braester Witness Against History Literature Film and Public Discourse in Twentieth Century China Stanford University Press Zev Handel Old Chinese Medials and their Sino Tibetan Origins A Comparative Study Monograph series Linguistics Institute Academia Sinica 2010 Publications Translations David R Knechtges co translator and editor Gong Kechang Studies of the Han Fu American Oriental Series 84 New Haven American Oriental Society 1997 Publications DVD Film Nyan Ping Bi Teaching Demonstration for Beginning Chinese DVD series Beijing Foreign Language Teaching Research Press 2007 Graduate Dissertations Shih Chia Ying 2014 The Transformation of Satire Satirical Fiction in Wartime Chongqing 1937 1945 Unpublished doctoral dissertation Unversity of Washington Seattle Projects Zev Handel Rint Sybesma James Huang Wolfgang Behr Gu Yueguo Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics People Edith Aldridge Adjunct Associate Professor Associate Professor of Linguistics Nyan Ping Bi Senior Lecturer Judith M Boltz Affiliate Associate Professor William Boltz Professor and Department Chair Sean T Bradley Graduate Student in Chinese Language and Literature Yomi Braester Adjunct Professor Professor of Comparative Literature Frederick Brandauer Professor Emeritus of Chinese Yuqing Cao Lecturer Ian Chapman Lecturer Zhinan Chen Doctoral Student in Chinese Language and Literature Teaching Assistant in Chinese Hannah Chi Graduate Student in Chinese Language and Literature Ian Fraser MA in Chinese Language and Literature Siyuan Fu Graduate Student in Chinese Teaching Assistant in Chinese John Christopher Chris Hamm Associate Professor Zev Handel Associate Professor Wook Jin Jeong Doctoral Student in Chinese Language and Literature Namwoon Kim Graduate Student in Chinese Language and Literature Sun Mi Kim Doctoral Candidate in Chinese Language and Literature Undergraduate Adviser David R Knechtges Professor Emeritus of Chinese Taiping Chang Knechtges Affiliate Assistant Professor Youngjun Kwon Graduate Student in Chinese Language and Literature Qiang Li Graduate Student in Chinese Language and Literature Zhihua Li Graduate Student in Chinese Teaching Assistant in Chinese Y Edmund Lien Affiliate Assistant Professor Chinese Literature Jennifer Luo Graduate Student in South Asian Languages and Literature Hongyan Newton Lecturer Hsiang Lin Shih Doctoral Student in Chinese Language and Literature Yingying Sun Doctoral Student in Chinese Language and Literature Kevin W Tahmoresi Doctoral Student in Chinese Language and Literature Yin Yin Tan Graduate Student in Chinese Hongzhi Wang Doctoral Student in Chinese Language and Literature Ping Wang Acting Assistant Professor Virginia I Williams Graduate Student in Chinese Language and Literature Kai Xie Doctoral Candidate in Japanese Language and Literature Teaching Assistant in Japanese Li Yang Doctoral Candidate in Chinese Language and Literature Liping Yu Senior Lecturer Anne Yue Hashimoto Professor Man Zhang Doctoral Student in Chinese Language and Literature Teaching Assistant in Chinese Shuheng Zhang Graduate Student in Chinese Xi Zhu Graduate Student in Chinese Language and Literature Teaching Assistant in Chinese News 2013 FLAS Fellowship Awardee Sean Bradley AL L inaugurates language exchange in Sichuan Assistant Professor Chinese Literature Autumn 2015 China summer programs modified to increase cultural contact Chinese Language Evaluation Questionnaire David Knechtges delivers spring Katz lecture Faculty publication explores the pronunciation of ancient Chinese and beyond Graduate News 2009 Graduate Student Spotlight Sean Bradley Internship of the Ephemera Project Rice University Interview with Professor Emeritus David Knechtges Last Week for Chinese Language Placement Survey Museum internship hands on with ancient texts New Asian L and L Classes for Autumn 2014 Please Register ASAP for Chinese 411

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  • Hindi | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    belt including those spoken in Mumbai Calcutta and Hyderabad Varieties of Hindi are spoken by millions of people in South Asia as a second or subsequent language Overseas varieties of Hindi are spoken in many countries including Guyana Suriname Trinidad Fiji Mauritius and South Africa Hindi along with its sister language Urdu is used as a lingua franca in emigrant South Asian communities throughout the world Hindi is the language of a rich literary tradition written in both the modern standard language and in medieval dialects such as Braj and Avadhi The devotional poets Surdas 16th century Tulsidas 1532 1623 and Kabir 15th century wrote in early literary varieties of Hindi Important Hindi literary figures in more recent times include Bharatendu Harishchandra 1850 85 and Dhanpat Rai Premchand 1880 1936 The Department of Asian Languages and Literature offers a wide range of courses in Hindi language and literature at both the undergraduate and graduate levels These courses include three years of basic instruction in the language courses in modern and medieval Hindi literature and advanced courses in Hindi grammar reading and conversation In its official style Hindi is written in the Devanagari writing system A sister language to Hindi written in Perso Arabic script and drawing upon the rich cultural and linguistic resources of Persian and Arabic is Urdu which is also offered in the Department of Asian Languages and Literature Please see the UW Course Catalog for course descriptions and Courses for class offerings per quarter Faculty in This Area Jameel Ahmad Senior Lecturer jameel7 uw edu Prem Pahlajrai Lecturer prem uw edu Heidi Pauwels Professor hpauwels uw edu Michael C Shapiro Professor Divisional Dean of Humanities hindimcs uw edu More people News Winter 2014 Course Spotlight LOVE AND WAR Asian L and L Student Ramsey Coles Featured in The Times of India Events There are no upcoming events on our calendar related to this field Additional related content Research Publications Essays Heidi Pauwels Rathauri Mira International Journal of Hindu Studies 14 2 3 2011 177 200 Graduate Dissertations Pahlajrai Prem 2014 Niścaldās and his Vṛttiprabhākar Advaita Vedānta in the Vernacular Unpublished doctoral dissertation University of Washington Seattle People Jameel Ahmad Senior Lecturer Amruta M Chandekar Doctoral Student in South Asian Languages and Literature Teaching Assistant in South Asian Corbett Costello Graduate Student in South Asian Languages and Literature Christopher L Diamond Graduate Student in South Asian Languages and Literature Teaching Assistant in South Asian Joseph Vallabhdas Langerfeld MA in South Asian Studies Prem Pahlajrai Lecturer Heidi Pauwels Professor Sasha Prevost Graduate Student in South Asian Michael C Shapiro Professor Divisional Dean of Humanities News Asian L and L Student Ramsey Coles Featured in The Times of India Winter 2014 Course Spotlight LOVE AND WAR Events 2013 Title Date Time Location Asian TA Application Workshop Dec 6 3 30pm Savery 264 Dissertation Defense Prem Pahlajrai Sep 18 10 15am Gowen Hall M 223 2010 Title Date Time Why Meter Matters Reading 20th Century Hindi Poetry from the Perspective of

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  • Indonesian | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    by post Suharto writers such as Ayu Utami Students will easily find the relevance of Bahasa Indonesia to the study of Indonesia through courses offered across the campus in many departments including history anthropology and comparative literature The Department of Asian Languages and Literature offers classes open to both undergraduate and graduate students in Bahasa Indonesia The courses are designed to expose students to the four language skills listening speaking reading and writing as well as to immerse students in Indonesian culture Please see the UW Course Catalog for course descriptions and Courses for class offerings per quarter Faculty in This Area Desiana Pauli Sandjaja Senior Lecturer sandjaja uw edu More people News There are no news articles in this area Events There are no upcoming events on our calendar related to this field Additional related content People Desiana Pauli Sandjaja Senior Lecturer Events 2014 Title Date Time Location Ethnomusicology Visiting Artist Event Didik Nini Thowok Nov 10 7 30pm Brechemin Auditorium Batikful Indonesia Batik Exhibition For Charity Oct 23 to Oct 24 Husky Union Building Malam Budaya A Cultural Night of Indonesian Dance Seattle Indonesian Dance Jul 26 6 00pm Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute KERATON 2014 The Authentic Indonesian Market Indonesian Student Association at UW May 24 3 00pm to 9 00pm HUB Lawn Indonesian Movie Soekarno Apr 20 6 00pm Kane Hall 210 2014 Annual Student Conference in SouthEast Asian Languages Indonesian Apr 19 Savery Hall 167 2nd Annual Students Conference in Southeast Asian Languages 2014 Indonesian Apr 19 Savery 167 Indonesian Movie Night Arisan 2 Indonesian Student Association Feb 6 6 15pm Thomson 101 2013 Title Date Time Location Bach Gamel Orchestra Dec 8 7 00pm Cornish College Poncho Hall Indonesian Night Market Nov 16 3 00pm Northgate Community Center Indonesian Movie Night Because We Were

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  • Japanese | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    2013 pp 159 92 Publications Books Amy Snyder Ohta Second Language Acquisition Processes in the Classroom Learning Japanese Mahwah NJ Lawrence Erlbaum Associates 2001 Amy Snyder Ohta Second Language Acquisition Processes in the Classroom Learning Japanese Amy Snyder Ohta Junko Mori eds Japanese Applied Linguistics Discourse and Social Perspectives London Continuum 2008 David R Knechtges Eugene Vance eds Rhetoric and the Discourses of Power in Court Culture China Europe and Japan University of Washington Press Davinder Bhowmik Writing Okinawa Narrative Acts of Identity and Resistance London Routledge 2008 Michio Tsutsui S Makino A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar Tokyo The Japan Times 1986 Michio Tsutsui S Makino A Dictionary of Intermediate Japanese Grammar Tokyo The Japan Times 1995 Paul S Atkins Revealed Identity The Noh Plays of Komparu Zenchiku University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies 2006 Ted Mack Manufacturing Modern Japanese Literature Publishing Prizes and the Ascription of Literary Value Durham NC Duke University Press 2010 Ted Mack Shiatoru ban Nihongo tokuhon Tokyo Bunsei Shoin 2012 Publications Translations Davinder Bhowmik Officer Ukuma Translation of Ikemiyagi Sekihô Ukuma junsa Southern Exposure Modern Japanese Literature from Okinawa ed Michael Molasky Steven Rabson Honolulu University of Hawai i Press 2000 58 71 Publications Kim So k po m The Curious Tale of Mandogi s Ghost Trans Cindi Textor New York Columbia University Press 2010 People Edith Aldridge Adjunct Associate Professor Associate Professor of Linguistics Paul S Atkins Associate Professor and Associate Department Chair Davinder Bhowmik Associate Professor Nathaniel Bond Graduate Student in Japanese Language and Literature Joseph Boxman Graduate Student in Japanese Language and Literature Teaching Assistant in Japanese Jyana Browne Teaching Assistant in Japanese Sarah Clayton Doctoral Candidate in Japanese Language and Literature Japanese Teaching Assistant Amy E Elder Graduate Student in Japanese Language and Literature Robert Hager Graduate Student in Public Affairs Ross Henderson Graduate Student in Japanese Language and Literature Teaching Assistant in Japanese Kumiko Hoshide Teaching Assistant in Japanese Kaori Igarashi Doctoral Candidate in Japanese Language and Literature Yuka Inoue Alumnus in Japanese Language and Literature Fubuki Ishii Teaching Assistant in Japanese Akiko Iwata Lecturer Wook Jin Jeong Doctoral Student in Chinese Language and Literature Justin Jesty Assistant Professor Meredith Laver Department Secretary Christopher J Lowy Doctoral Student in Japanese Language and Literature Christopher J Lowy Japanese Teaching Assistant Doctoral Student in Japanese Language and Literature Ted Mack Associate Professor Joseph A Marino III Graduate Student in Buddhist Studies Izumi Matsuda Kiami Senior Lecturer Itsuko Nishikawa Senior Lecturer Memmi Ochi Teaching Assistant in Japanese Amy Snyder Ohta Associate Professor Kaoru Ohta Senior Lecturer Suyong Pak Teaching Assistant in Japanese Yuri Sato Graduate Student Cindi Textor Graduate Candidate in Japanese Language and Literature Michio Tsutsui Adjunct Professor Professor in Human Centered Design Engineering Kai Xie Doctoral Candidate in Japanese Language and Literature Teaching Assistant in Japanese News 2013 FLAS Fellowship Awardee Chris Lowy ANNUAL MARKUS LECTURE Proletarian author s revival attributed to income gap Faculty News 2009 Faculty publication examines links between publishing and literature Graduate News 2009 Hori fund to support Japanese faculty research Japanese Language TA Position for Spring 2013 Japanese pedagogy workshop stresses dialogue Japanese TA recognized for excellence in teaching New Openings for Japanese Teaching Assistants New translation by Cindi L Textor Professor Paul Atkins and Local Noh Theater Recruiting for Japanese Language TA Positions for Academic Year 2012 2013 Scholar offers transnational notion of literature Summer Intensive Asian Language Classes Registration Begins April 14 Visiting Scholars bring classical Japanese to life Welcome New 2013 Asian L and L Graduate Students Events 2015 Title Date Time Location Japanese Novelist as Translators From Futabatei to Murakami Motoyuki Shibata Feb 20 3 30pm Smith Hall 105 2014 Title Date Time Location Opening of the tearoom Sunken Hearth Nov 1 10 00am East West Chanoyu Center East Asian Security Challenges and Japan s New Strategy under Abe Shinichi Kitaoka National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies May 28 7 00pm to 8 30pm Kane Hall 210 Who liberated whom Remembering the Japanese Occupation of Southeast Asia Satoshi Nakano Hitotsubashi University May 22 4 30pm Thomson Hall 101 Getting your Foot in the Door and Progressing your Career as Japanese and other Asian Languages Majors Andrew Kim Microsoft May 21 3 30pm Smith Hall 105 Model or Mirror Translating American Literature in Japan Motoyuki Shibata University of Tokyo Editor Monkey Business May 20 3 30pm Savery Hall 168 Film Screening Homeland in the Borderland Ikyo no naka no kokyo May 19 4 00pm Allen Auditorium Deco Day Deco Japan Shaping Art Culture 1920 1945 Seattle Asian Art Museum May 17 9 30am to 3 30pm Seattle Asian Art Museum Stimson Auditorium Conversation on Deco Japan Shaping Art and Culture 1920 1945 Kendall H Brown California State University Long Beach May 15 7 00pm to 8 00pm Seattle Asian Art Museum Stimson Auditorium Hot Presses Cold War Furniture Manufacturing and Geopolitics in Occupation Era Japan Dr Sarah Teasley Royal College of Art London May 15 3 30pm Savery Hall 138 Take Me There Maps and Books from Old Japan May 1 to Jun 5 East Asia Library Being a Translator My Journey to Becoming a Freelance Translator Joseph Boxman Graduate Student Asian Languages and Literature University of Washington Apr 25 3 30pm Savery Hall 131 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 Reading and Writing Material Koda Aya s Kimono Michiko Suzuki Indiana University Apr 11 5 00pm to 6 30pm Communications 202 Society for Textual Scholarship International Interdisciplinary Conference Mar 20 to Mar 22 University of Washington Campus Japanese Tea Ceremony Demonstration Mitsuko Soko Gale Seattle Art Museum Mar 16 2 30pm to 3 30pm Seattle Art Museum Teahouse 3rd Floor Tomoe Kakitsubata Noh Double Bill Sneak Preview Munemori Takeda the Fisher Ensemble Presented by Japan Arts Connection Lab Mar 14 7 00pm ACT

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  • Korean | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Curtis and Haewon Cho You Speak Korean First Year College Korean Volumes 1 2 Seattle Paradigmbusters 2003 Soohee Kim Emily Curtis and Haewon Cho You Speak Korean Second Year College Korean Volume 4 Seattle Paradigmbusters 2010 People Heewon Chae Lecturer in Korean Heekyoung Cho Assistant Professor Wook Jin Jeong Doctoral Student in Chinese Language and Literature Jiyoung Kim Teaching Assistant in Korean Namwoon Kim Graduate Student in Chinese Language and Literature Soohee Kim Senior Lecturer Youngjun Kwon Graduate Student in Chinese Language and Literature Kristi Soriano Noceda Curriculum Secretary Cindi Textor Graduate Candidate in Japanese Language and Literature Eunyoung Won Lecturer News 2013 FLAS Fellowship Awardee Chris Lowy Dr Heekyoung Cho to assume position in Korean program Korean Special TA Positions Autumn 2013 New Asian L and L Classes for Autumn 2014 Prof Heekyoung Cho Receives NEH and ACLS Fellowships for 2014 15 Summer Intensive Asian Language Classes Registration Begins April 14 Unwrapping Korean American Identities Events 2014 Title Date Time Location How in Heaven s Name A Novel of World War Two by Cho Chŏngnae Bruce and Ju Chan Fulton Sep 28 3 00pm Montlake Library Understanding Korea Workshop Sep 27 9 00am to 3 30pm Husky Union Building HUB Lyceum North Korea and South Korea What s Ahead World Affairs Council Seattle May 22 6 00pm to 7 30pm Antioch University Seattle Campus Visualizing and Invisibilizing the Subempire Labor Humanitarianism and Popular Culture Across South Korea Southeast and South Asia Jin kyung Lee UCSD May 19 3 30am Thomson Hall 317 Spring 2014 K 12 Teachers Conference in Korean Studies May 17 9 00am to 3 30pm Thomson Hall 101 After Assimilating Seoul Ch anggyong Garden and the Post Colonial Remaking of Seoul s Public Spaces Todd A Henry University of California San Diego May 16 3 30pm to 5 00pm Andrew L Markus Memorial Lecture Transplanting Buddhism on the Korean Peninsula Robert E Buswell University of California Los Angeles May 13 7 30pm Walker Ames Room Kane 225 Sing Modern Chosǒn Korean Jazz Song in the 1930s Eujeong Zhang Dankook University May 6 3 30pm Allen Auditorium Allen Library Censors in Modern Korea and Their Colonial Making Kyeong Hee Choi University of Chicago Apr 17 3 30pm Thomson Hall 317 Empire as a Moral Problem Religious Cosmopolitanism and Colonial Modernity in Northeast Asia E Taylor Atkins Northern Illinois University Apr 3 3 30pm to 5 00pm Thomson Hall 317 Society for Textual Scholarship International Interdisciplinary Conference Mar 20 to Mar 22 University of Washington Campus Modern Times in North Korea Scenes from the Founding Years Suzy Kim Rutgers University Mar 14 3 30pm to 5 00pm Mary Gates Hall 242 Reiterations of the Real in Colonial Korean Literature Christopher P Hanscom University of California Los Angeles Mar 4 3 30pm Thomson Hall 317 A Good Wife and the Making of History Re reading Madam Cho s Diary in 17th Century Korea Jungwon Kim Columbia University Feb 26 3 30pm to 5 00pm Thomson Hall 317 Artist Talk

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