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  • Speed Language Exchange | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    6 2015 4 00pm to 6 30pm Hub 250 Share a language you know and learn a new one In the speed dating format match yourself with another person who is also interested in regularly practicing a new language SPEAKERS OF ALL LANGUAGES AND ALL ABILITIES WELCOME Files speed language exchange poster pdf Event Type Student Activities 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 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

    Original URL path: http://asian.washington.edu/events/2015-04-06/speed-language-exchange (2015-04-06)
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  • FIUTS - Tulip Festival | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    April 12 2015 8 30am to 6 00pm Sign up in the FIUTS Office HUB 206 Tulip Festival Take a scenic ride to Skagit Valley and see more than 300 acres of beautiful tulips in full bloom Advance sign up in the FIUTS office required open to UW students only Due to this event s popularity we offer the same event twice this is the same event as the 4 12 Tulip Festival event When Saturday April 11th or Sunday April 12th Meet up location time Meet outside the Burke Museum Café at 8 30 AM Advance Sign up Begins Monday March 30th in the FIUTS Office HUB 206 Cost 35 includes transportation and entry to Tulip Town Who Can Go UW Students only What to bring Money for lunch your camera you won t want to miss this photo opportunity Additional Info Possible excursion to Salmon BBQ 12 La Connor Mt Vernon Street Fair Snow Goose Produce yummy ice cream Event Type Student Activities 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 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

    Original URL path: http://asian.washington.edu/events/2015-04-11/fiuts-tulip-festival (2015-04-06)
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  • Imamura Shohei and the Challenge of Return | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    of society in Japan and abroad A series of these documentaries engaged with the problem of return from the unreturned soldiers in South East Asia to the return to the postwar in Madame Onboro Postwar History as Told by a Bar Hostess At the end of the 1970 s he resumed his fiction filmmaking with one of this strongest cinematic works Vengence is Mine 1979 which many consider to by Imamura s return to feature film albeit marked by a lingering preoccupation with documentary detail Rather than simply documentary or feature filmmaking as genres and sets of assumptions about cinema Imamura Shohei s preoccupations with truth and fiction memory and violence and the role of cinema itself pivot on the question indeed the challenge of return Phil Kaffen is an assistant professor faculty fellow in the department of Comparative Literature and East Asian Studies at New York Univeristy He work focuses on the thematic problems of technology and violence and engages with various cinema and other media arts in relation to intellectual history in Japan He has written on cinema and urban space violence and responisbility and film and media theory His current book project takes up the relationship between space and violence in Japanese film media and critical theory Files kaffen flyer pdf Event Type Colloquia Special Events Talks 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

    Original URL path: http://asian.washington.edu/events/2015-04-24/imamura-shohei-and-challenge-return (2015-04-06)
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  • Mailing List Sign-up | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    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 Mailing List Sign up Use the form below to subscribe to the Department of Asian Languages and Literature electronic mailing list You will receive newsletters and occasionally announcements about department activities Your browser does not support iframes Please contact us at asianll uw edu to subscribe to our mailing list 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

    Original URL path: http://asian.washington.edu/mailing-list (2015-04-06)
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  • Alumni Update | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    a noteworthy project since graduating from the University of Washington Let us know what you ve been doing by completing the form below First Name Last Name Email Address Year of Graduation Major Area of Study Degree s Earned at UW BA MA PhD Teaching Certificate None News and Comments Add me to your mailing list Yes Asia Notes Department Newsletter Yes AsiaTalk Announcement Listserv No thank you Members of our mailing list receive department newsletters or announcements over email Leave this field blank CAPTCHA This question helps to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 5 7 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 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

    Original URL path: http://asian.washington.edu/alumni-update (2015-04-06)
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  • People - GSA Officers | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Mission Vision Awards Honors Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home People Graduate Students People GSA Officers Print PDF These are the current officers of the Asian Languages Literature Graduate Student Association Nathaniel Bond natbond uw edu GPSS Representative 2014 2015 Joseph Boxman boxmanj uw edu Book Sale Organizer 2014 2015 Christopher L Diamond cldiam uw edu Colloquium Organizer 2014 2015 Ross Henderson rdhender uw edu GSA President 2014 2015 Faculty Senate Representative 2014 2015 Michael Skinner mcskin uw edu GSA Treasurer 2014 2015 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

    Original URL path: http://asian.washington.edu/people/gsa-officers (2015-04-06)
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  • Learning Goals | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    the main idea and important details of connected spoken discourse on a variety of topics in situations ranging from face to face situations to radio and TV broadcasting The ability to understand the main idea and important details of written texts in a range of styles and registers and covering a variety of general topics The ability to write routine social correspondence using the appropriate conventions and to write connected essays of several paragraphs in length in an appropriate linguistic register Linguistics A student with a minor in one of the languages taught in the Department will achieve competency in Understanding the basic structure of the language including its grammatical forms writing system and phonology Recognizing the language s historical relationships with other languages in its geographical region Understanding the structured and hierarchical nature of linguistic systems A student with a major in one of the languages taught in the Department will additionally achieve competency in Understanding basic linguistic concepts and terminology in such fields as syntax morphology and phonology and applying them to the analysis of the linguistic structures of the language Understanding the historical development of the language including its historical linguistic features and dialectal development Recognizing the relationship between linguistic structures and literary forms and devices Literature A student with a minor in one of the languages taught in the Department will achieve competency in Identifying major works and forms within the literary tradition Understanding the place of selected literary texts within the ongoing tradition Understanding the historical and cultural contexts of major literary forms and works Understanding the roles of literary works and literary activity within the culture Utilizing basic research skills A student with a major in one of the languages taught in the Department will additionally achieve competency in Reading selected literary texts in

    Original URL path: http://asian.washington.edu/learning-goals (2015-04-06)
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  • BA Honors Program | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Prepare a one page written request describing the proposed honors thesis topic and identifying the faculty member who will be asked to direct and ultimately approve the thesis Submit formal confirmation that the first two requirements enumerated in the below honors degree requirements have been satisfied Normally this will come from the undergraduate adviser in the form of a simple written confirmation Submit a writing sample of no less than five double spaced pages The sample can be newly written for this purpose or may be something written previously as course work or any combination of these It may not be a translation but should instead be something that shows evidence of the applicant s ability to express herself or himself clearly cogently and thoughtfully in English After the initial screening by the undergraduate adviser of those applicants who meet the formal requirements the designated honors thesis adviser an Asian Languages Literature faculty member will make the final approvals or rejections If the student who has been accepted into the departmental honors program fails to maintain the requirements GPA the undergraduate adviser will issue a warning If the student fails to correct the situation before the quarter spring or last quarter in which she or he plans to write the thesis she or he will be dropped from the program Requirements In addition to the standard set of requirements for the Bachelor s Degree in Asian Languages and Literature add the following for an honors degree An overall 3 7 GPA No incompletes at the time of application Two quarters of coursework in any classical Asian language or three quarters of coursework in a modern Asian language other than that for which the B A is to be granted Courses used to fufill departmental honors requirements may not also be

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