The Asia Center
Connecting Asia Globally Through Language & Culture
Global Asia Lecture Series: The Malleable Nature of Early Modern Japanese Rituals
Join us on Friday, February 17th at 11:00 AM on Zoom to attend the lecture by Prof. Daniele Lauro, Asian History, Arizona State University. Titled "The Malleable Nature of Early Modern Japanese Rituals: the Case of the Shogunal Pilgrimage to Nikko," this talk examines the political uses and significance of rituals of the Tokugawa shogunate. Lunch will be provided to those who RSVP.
Global Asia Lecture Series: Home-based work opportunities on online platforms and gender equity in Cambodia & Thailand
Join us on Friday, February 24th at 11:00 AM to attend the lecture by Prof. Hue-Tam Jamme, Geographical Sciences & Urban Planning, ASU. Titled "Home-based work opportunities on online platforms and gender equity in Cambodia & Thailand," this talk a comparative case study in Thailand and Cambodia on how increased in business opportunities to work from home relates to women's capabilities and empowerment in Southeast Asia.
Sage Family Southeast Asian Studies Scholarship
ASU offers an annual scholarship of $4,000 for an undergraduate student to spend several weeks traveling in Southeast Asia, ordinarily (but not necessarily) over the summer. The recipient must be a full-time undergraduate student during the Spring Semester 2023 and have completed 56 hours, or four semesters, of study.
Global Asia Lecture Series: Myanmar's Revolutionary Situation
The Asia Center at ASU would like to invite you to join our fourth lecture in the Global Asia Lecture Series. As part of ASU's commitment to global engagement, sustainability and future-oriented knowledge and research, the Asia has organized a series of virtual lectures for the 2022–23 academic year on the theme of "Global Asia in a Multipolar World." This virtual lecture series highlights research from prominent scholars in an array of disciplines in the humanities, social sciences and beyond, broadly centered on Inter-Asian networks and flows of ideas, peoples and texts across national and linguistic borders. This lecture will be provided by Miriam Kingsberg Kadia, Professor of Modern Japan at University of Colorado Boulder.
Global Asia in a Multipolar World 2022-2023 Lecture Series
As part of ASU's commitment to global engagement, sustainability, and future-oriented knowledge and research, the Center for Asian Research has organized a series of virtual lectures for the 2022-2023 academic year on the theme of "Global Asian in a Multipolar World." This virtual lecture series highlights research from prominent scholars in an array of disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, and beyond, broadly centered on Inter-Asian networks and flows of ideas, peoples, and texts across national and linguistic borders.
Asia Matters For America Matters For Asia
Did you know that Arizona export $9.5 billion worth of goods and services to Indo-Pacific Region? Or that 73% of international students in the State of Arizona are from the Indo-Pacific? According to the 2020 Report by EAST-WEST Center, Arizona and Asia has very strong connection.
Please see below for our featured past events and Asia Studies Information. For a complete list of past events, click here.
Asia Matters For America
Asia-Related Courses at ASU
Internship & Career at the Department of State
A woman's guide to everyday life
The Fiction of Ninja
2022 Staley Lecture
Anime, Manga, & Japanese Pop Culture
Politicization of Racism & Casteism
Rohingya Refugees' Key Challenges & Innovations
Elite Asians & the Re-worlding of American Racial Hierarchy
FLAS Fellows I
FLAS Fellows II
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 email@example.com 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.