The Department extends its congratulations to Sara Osenton (PhD Candidate) on being chosen to receive this year’s Northeast Asia Council (NEAC) Graduate Student Best Paper Prize for her paper “Historicizing the Cyborg: Bodies Broken by War and the Cultural Imaginary.” The award will be presented in March 2018 at the annual Association of Asian Studies (AAS) conference in Washington, DC. The Award consists of a printed citation, a financial award and travel support to the AAS conference. Congratulations Sara!
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
- EASGSU Presents Area Studies, Capital, and the Anthropological Difference
- Jackman Humanities Institute Presents Savage States: Settler Governance in an Age of Sorrow
- EAS Speaker Series: Mobility and Borders between Russia and Asia: Claiming Korean Migrants in the Late Nineteenth Century by Dr. Alyssa Park
- Munk School Presents How ‘North Korea Factors’ Shaping Japan-South Korea Relations
- EAS308 Students Reveal the Wonder of Maps!