Center for Asian Research

Connecting Asia Globally Through Language & Culture

FLAS Information & Upcoming Events

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FLAS

Asia-Related Courses at ASU

Asia-Related Courses at ASU

Please click on the image for a list of Asia-Related courses offered at Arizona State University. The list is updated for every semester.

Asia Matters For America

Asia Matters For America

Why does Asia Matter for America? Find out more at asiamattersforamerica.org

FLAS Fellows I

FLAS Fellows I

FLAS 2018-2019 Pt 1

FLAS Fellows II

FLAS Fellows II

FLAS 2018-2019 Pt 2

Career & Internships

Career & Internships

Career Abroad 2021

Career Abroad 2021

Global Asia Lecture Series - Southeast Asia Freshwater Biodiversity

Global Asia Lecture Series - Southeast Asia Freshwater Biodiversity

Global Asia: Vernacularizing Nature

Global Asia: Vernacularizing Nature

Global Asia in a Multipolar World 2021 Lecture Series

Global Asia in a Multipolar World 2021 Lecture Series

Newsletters

Faculty Research Workshop : Rob Tuck

Faculty Research Workshop : Rob Tuck

Global Asia Lecture Series: Revolutionary Communication & Global Emancipation Colonial Indonesia

Global Asia Lecture Series: Revolutionary Communication & Global Emancipation Colonial Indonesia

Global Asia Lecture Series - Politicization of Racism and Casteism

Global Asia Lecture Series - Politicization of Racism and Casteism

Tantric Text Practices in India & Indonesia

Tantric Text Practices in India & Indonesia

2022 Annual Staley Lecture

2022 Annual Staley Lecture

GLOBAL ASIA LECTURE SERIES: SINOPHONE MEETS SIAMOPHONE

GLOBAL ASIA LECTURE SERIES: SINOPHONE MEETS SIAMOPHONE

Global Asia Lecture: Recognition, Framing, and Surveillance of Pakistan's "Non-Muslims"

Global Asia Lecture: Recognition, Framing, and Surveillance of Pakistan's "Non-Muslims"

Giving Form to the Formless: The Introduction of Anthropomorphic Imagery in Daoist Practice

Giving Form to the Formless: The Introduction of Anthropomorphic Imagery in Daoist Practice

Water-Ink: Recalibrating 20th Century Chinese Painting

Water-Ink: Recalibrating 20th Century Chinese Painting

Ritual Architecture of Early Imperial China

Ritual Architecture of Early Imperial China

Global Asia Lecture Series: Imperial Japan & Improvement Agriculture in Mongol Lands

Global Asia Lecture Series: Imperial Japan & Improvement Agriculture in Mongol Lands

Polluting Dreams in Han-Period

Polluting Dreams in Han-Period

Global Asia Lecture Series: Slavery in Southeast Asia

Global Asia Lecture Series: Slavery in Southeast Asia

Anime, Manga, & Japanese Pop Culture

Anime, Manga, & Japanese Pop Culture

Faculty Research Workshop: Faheem Hussain

Faculty Research Workshop: Faheem Hussain

Kūkai on Truth Vs. Beauty

Kūkai on Truth Vs. Beauty

Faculty Research Workshop: Nicholas Williams

2021 Annual Lecture on Asia

2021 Annual Lecture on Asia

Elite Asians & American Racial Hierarchy Video

Elite Asians & American Racial Hierarchy Video

Center for Asian Research 2021 Annual Lecture - Elite Asians and American Racial Hierarchy

A Closer Look at the Floating World 

You can make an appointment to view these prints at the Jules Heller Print Study Room at ASU Art Museum by emailing Brittany Corrales at brittany.corrales@asu.edu or calling 480-965-6656. There will be an online exhibition of the Hundred Ghost prints donated by Darlene Goto to ASU Art Museum in 2019 and 2020. 

A Closer Look at the Floating World 3 8 2021