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Reading List on East Asian Plants

  • Conder, Josiah. The Flowers of Japan and the Art of Floral Arrangement
  • Kilpatrick, Jane. Gifts from the Gardens of China: The Introduction of Traditional Chinese Garden Plants to Britain, 1698-1862. London: Frances Lincoln, 2007.
  • Kitamura, Fumio and Ishizu Yurio. Garden Plants of Japan. Tokyo, Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai, 1963.
  • Kuck, Loraine E. The Art of Japanese Gardens. 2006
  • Li, Hui-Lin. The Garden Flowers of China. New York: Ronald Press Co. [1959]
  • Valder, Peter Valder, The Garden Plants of China. Portland, Or. : Timber Press, 1999.
  • Wang, Lianying. Chinese Tree Peony. Beijing, P.R. China : China Forestry Pub. House, 1998.

 


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The KU Center for East Asian Studies has affiliated faculty in numerous departments and schools across the University. If you are a KU faculty member with teaching or research interests related to East Asia, learn more about becoming an affiliated faculty member.

 
CEAS M.A. Program

The KU Center for East Asian Studies offers an M.A. program in Contemporary East Asian Studies.This interdisciplinary degree focused on 20th and 21st century East Asia provides students with in-depth interdisciplinary knowledge of a selected East Asian country (China, Korea, or Japan); a broad knowledge of modern East Asia; and social science research skills and methods appropriate to international area studies.

For more information about this M.A. program including specific requirements for admission, visit www.ceas.ku.edu/degrees, or contact Ayako Mizumura, Assistant Director of CEAS, by email (ceasma@ku.edu) or call 785-864-1478.

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