College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

On & Off Campus East Asian Events for Spring 2019:

Upcoming Events:

April 19, (3 - 5 pm, Room 455, Watson Library) - East Asian Studies Research Forum - Contact Vickie Doll or Michiko Ito for more information

April 26, (1 - 4.30 pm, Kansas Room, Kansas Union) - Sustainability Symposium - Keynote Speaker: Ke Zhang of Hohai University

April 27, (1 - 4 pm, Room 2112, Learned Hall, School of Engineering) - Kite Making Workshop 

Past Events:

February 18, (9.30 - 10.45 am, Spencer Museum of Art, Rm 208) - Dr. Mindy Landeck - "Wabi warlords, early modern Japanese tea praxis, and military elites"

February 21, (12 - 1 pm, 318 Bailey Hall) - Tea & Talk #1 - Dr. Tiffany Hong - "Manga, Marvel and the Murakamiverse: Comic Studies and Murakami Haruki"

February 21, (4 - 7 pm, Daisy Hill Commons) - International Jayhawk Festival

February 28, (3 - 4 pm, The ECM - 1204 Oread Avenue) - Coffee & Tea Talk - Tasting of Coffee & Tea with our friends at CLACS & KASC

March 5, (7 - 9 pm, Liberty Hall - 644 Massachusetts Street) - Hieu Minh Nguyen - "Not Here" reading & book signing.

March 7, (12 - 1.30 pm, Hall Center for the Humanities Conference Hall) - Hall Center for the Humanities, Resident Fellow Seminar -  Dr. Maki Kaneko -  "Memory Insurgent: Migration, Hiroshima, and Internment in the Art of Jimmy Tsutomu Mirikitani"

March 20, (3 - 4.30 pm, 318 Bailey Hall) - CEAS Guest Lecture -  Dr. Jamie J. Zhao - "The Rap of China: Local Queer, Global TV, Authentic Chinese & Western Decadence"

March 28, (12 - 1 pm, Brosseau Learning Center, Spencer Museum of Art) - Artist Talk by Hong, Bo and Lin Zhang - Journey to the West by the Three Sisters 

March 28, (4 - 5.30 pm, English Room, Kansas Union) - Transpacific Speaker Series - Dr. Davorn Sisavath - "Laos Geographical Landscape: From Landlocked to Landlinked"

March 29, (1 - 2 pm, 318 Bailey Hall) - Grad Student Event - Dr. Davorn Sisavath - "Meet and greet with lunch provided"

April 4, (12 - 1 pm, 318 Bailey Hall) - Tea & Talk #2 - Dr. Alexander Diener - "Axial Development in Mongolia: Intended and Unintended Effects of New Roads"

April 11, (12 - 1 pm, 318 Bailey Hall) - "Chinese Art in America" - Edward Gui 

April 12, (1- 2 pm, Pine Room, Kansas Union) - Tea & Talk #3 - Dr. Sarah Mellors - "Sex and Birth Control in China During the Cultural Revolution and the Sent-Down Youth Movement"


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