Prof. Max Woodworth of the Department of Geography will be offering a new course in Spring 2017 titled "Urban China: Space, place, and urban transformation." It will be listed as Geography 5503. Interested students may register via Buckeyelink.
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The East Asian Studies Center, along with the other units of the Office of International Affairs, moved to a new location on August 1. Please note that our offices are no longer in Oxley Hall. We are now located on the first floor of Enarson Classroom Building.
The East Asian Studies Center and the Department for East Asian Languages and Literatures hosted a Japanese interpretation workshop Monday, May 9 - Friday, May 13. The workshop was led by Dr.
Call for Papers: The 28th International Japanese-English Translation Conference will provide an opportunity for professionals and researchers working on translation and/or interpreting involving the Japanese language to exchange ideas and information.
For four hours on Friday April 22, the Department of East Asian Languages & Literatures (DEALL) hosted its 35th annual LangFest, the now-famous variety show in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Students performed skits, songs, speeches, and da
The East Asian Studies Center invites you to view the electronic publication of the Academic Year 2015-2016 EASC expOSUre newsletter.