Events: Archives

Fall 2009 - Spring 2015

SPRING 2015

April 20, 2015
Screen/Society--"Trash"
Introduced by Miguel Rojas-Sotelo, with discussion to follow
7:00 pm
Griffith Film Theater

A Conversation with South Korean Writers, Lim Chul-Woo and Han Kang, on "The Politics of Witnessing: The Kwangju Massacre after Thirty-Five Years"
5:00 pm
Perkins Library, Room 217

Workshop- "Climate Change, Water, Resilience and Transformation in South and Southeast Asia"
1:15 pm
Franklin Center Room 240
Organized by Profs. Sucheta Mazumdar and Nicole Barnes, Duke University
Workshop also sponsored by Mellon Foundation

April 17, 2015
Cine-East: Studio Ghibli Discussion with Eileen Chow, AMES
7:00 pm
White Lecture Hall

April 16, 2015
Cine-East: "The Tale of the Princess Kaguya"
Introduced by Professor Eileen Chow, AMES/Q&A
7:00 pm
White Hall

April 15, 2015
Speaker Series- Vladimir Tikhonov, University of Oslo
Namminjon: socialist revolution and Minjung culture in the 1970s
4:30 pm
Friedl Room 225, Duke East Campus

April 13, 2015
Screen/Society-Cine-East: "The Wind Rises"
Introduced by Professor Eileen Chow
7:00 pm
White Hall

April 8, 2015
Reception and Art Exhibit "Precarious Living"
Meet Artist and Scholar Tong Lam
John Hope Franklin Center 1st Floor Main Gallery
2204 Erwin Road

April 7, 2015
Screen/Society-Cine-East: East Asian Cinema--"26 Years"
Introduced by Professor Hae-Young Kim, AMES
7:00 pm
White Hall

April 6 - May 29, 2015
Art Exhibit "Precarious Living"
by Artist and Scholar Tong Lam
John Hope Franklin Center 1st Floor Main Gallery
2204 Erwin Road

April 4, 2015
Japanese Speech Contest
1:00 pm
Perkins Library Room 217
Cosponsored by AMES

April 1, 2015
Screen/Society--Cine-East: East Asian Cinema--"Sparks of Fire"
Introduced by Prof. Xi Lian, Duke Divinity School
7:00 pm
Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater

March 31, 2015
Rethinking Global Cities, Reading Group: Tokyo - Shunya Yoshima, University of Tokyo
12:00 pm
Franklin Center Room 240

March 30, 2015
APSI Speaker Series and Rethinking Global Cities - Shunya Yoshima, University of Tokyo
Visualizing Postwar Tokyo: Bombing, The Olympics, Youth Culture and the Marginal
4:30 pm
East Duke 108

March 25, 2015
Screen/Society--Cine-East: East Asian Cinema--"The Land of Many Palaces" (Q&A to follow)
Introduced by Yueran Zhang '15, Q&A to follow with director Adam James Smith
7:00 pm
Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater

March 23, 2015
Screen/Society--Reel Global Cities Film Series--"The Lunchbox"
Introduced by Professor Sumathi Ramaswamy (History)/Discussion to follow
7:00 pm
Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater

March 2, 2015
Speaker Series - Franziska Seraphim, Boston College
Geographies of Justice: On the Spatial Architecture of the Allied War Crimes Trial Program after World War II
4:00 pm
Carr 229

February 25, 2015
Screen/Society--AMI Showcase/Cine-East: East Asian Cinema--"Goodbye, Dragon Inn"
Introduced by Shambhavi Kaul, Arts of the Moving Image
7:00 pm
Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater

Speaker Series - Huanming Yang, Professor and President of BGI-China (and Xiao-Li Tian)
Impacts of Studies Across Social and Beomedical Sciences on Healthy Aging--Views from a Genomics Scientist
4:00 pm
Carmichael Building, Michelle P. Winn Memorial Lecture Hall

February 20, 2015
East Asian Language Pedagogy Research Cluster
Professor Bumyong Choi
4:30 pm
John Hope Franklin Center Room 028

Science and Modern Taxonomies of Knowledge in Chinese Buddhism
Erik Hammerstrom, Pacific Luthern University
4:00 pm
Perkins Library Room 118

January 28, 2015
Screen/Society--Reel Global Cities Dubai--"City of Life"
7:00 pm
Griffith Film Theater

January 27, 2015
Is North Korea Religious" An Unexpected Aspect of a Secretive Society
Donald Baker, University of British Columbia
4:00 pm
Perkins Library 118
Sponsored by APSI, AMES and Dept. of Religion

January 21, 2015
Wednesdays@The Center - Duke Engage South Korea
12:00 Noon
John Hope Franklin Center 240
Sponsored by APSI, JHFC and AMES

 
 
FALL 2014

November 12, 2014
Speaker Series - Patricia Maclachlan, University of Texas at Austin
A Tale of Two Capitalisms: the Japanese Post Office at the Crossroads of Reform
4:30 pm
Perkins Library Room 217, Duke West Campus

November 10, 2014
Screen/Society--Cine-East: East Asian Cinema--"Seven days in Heaven" Taiwanese Film
7:00 pm
White Lecture Hall, Room 107, Duke East Campus

November 8, 2014
Chinese Traditional Concert & Workshop
RTP Chinese Music Ensemble, Presenter
7:00 pm
East Duke 201 (Nelson Music Room), Duke East Campus

November 6, 2014
"Just Beat it!" Popular Legacies of Cultural Revolution Culture
Professor Barbara Mittler, Chair, Institute of Chinese Studies, University of Heidelberg and Director, Heidelberg Center for Transcultural Studies
4:30 pm
Carr Room 229, Duke East Campus
Reception to follow

October 30, 2014
Reading Group - Rethinking Global Cities: Focus on Tiananmen Square/Beijing
Prof. Fabio Lanza, History, University of Arizona & Terril Jones (Tiananmen Square photojournalist)
6:00 pm
Franklin Center 240
Reading group limited to faculty and grad students
Cosponsor: Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES)

Speaker Series - Fabio Lanza, Department of History, University of Arizona
Taking China Seriously: Global Maoism and Asian Studies in the Long Sixties
3:00 pm
Friedl 225
Cosponsors: Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES)

October 29, 2014
Screen/Society--Cine-East: East Asian Cinema--The Memory Project--"Huamulin, Boy Xiaoqiang"
7:00 pm
Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater
FILM SCREENING: "Huamulin, Boy Xiaoqiang" (Li Xinmin, 2013, 76 min, China, Chinese w/ English subtitles, DVD)

East Asian Religions Cluster - A Contemporary Formulation of Doctrinal Classification: Ven. Sheng Yen and His Formation of the Dharma Drum Lineage
Jimmy Yu, Professor, Florida State University
4:00 PM
Perkins Library 118
Modern scholars typically present Chan as a tradition that eschews word and language. In this talk, Professor Yu will present a different picture by focusing on a case study of a contemporary Chan movement and shows how Sheng Yen (1930-2009) developed a doctrinal Classification that unified all of the Buddhist teachings under the rubric of Chan. Perkins Library 118

October 28, 2014
Screen/Society--Cine-East: East Asian Cinema--The Memory Project--"Self-Portrait: Dreaming at 47km"
7:00 pm
White 107 (White Lecture Hall)

Chinese Studies Information Night
5:45 pm
Trent Hall, Room 242

The Memory Project Reception with Filmmakers of "Self Portrait"
5:00 pm
Thomas Room, Lilly Library

October 24, 2014
Screen/Society--Cine-East: East Asian Cinema--The Memory Project--"Trash Village"
7:00 pm
White Lecture Hall

October 23, 2014
The Memory Project Reception and Short Clips

4:00 pm
Perkins Library Room 217

October 21, 2014
The Memory Project Panel Discussion & Reception
5:00 pm
Smith Warehouse, Bay 4, C105 "Garage"
Presenters: Ralph Litzinger, Tom Rankin, and Guo-Juin Hong

October 20, 2014
Screen/Society--Reel Global Cities Film Series--Beijing Besieged by Waste
Introduced by Professor Calvin Hui, Chinese Studies, The College of William and Mary
7:00 pm
Griffith Film Theater


October 9, 2014
Speaker Series - Eng-Beng Lim, Assistant Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies Program
Dartmouth College
Sensate Queerness in the Boy Harem
4:00–5:30 pm
Room 225 Friedl Building (Duke East Campus)
Sponsored by APSI, AMES and AMI

September 29, 2014
Speaker Series - Leta Hong Fincher, Author and Ph.D., Sociology, Tsinghua University, Beijing
Leftover Women: The Resurgence of Gender Inequality in China
12:00 pm
John Hope Franklin Center Room 240

September 28, 2014
Autumn Festival in the Culberson Asiatic Arboretum

12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Culberson Asiatic Arboretum, Sarah P. Duke Gardens

September 2, 2014
Screen/Society--Cine-East - Nowhere to Call Home: A Tibetan in Beijing
7:00 pm
White
(Jocelyn Ford, 2014, 76 min., USA/China, in Mandarin and Tibetan with English subtitles, DVD)
Introduced by Prof. Ralph Litzinger
Q&A with director Jocelyn Ford
Cross-listed with Reel Global Cities Film Series


SPRING 2014

April 28, 2014
Triangle China Forum - Rewriting the Chinese City
Christian de Pee, Associate Professor Chinese History, University of Michigan
"Modernism without Modernity: Writing the City in Eleventh-Century China"
and
Eileen Cheng-yin Chow, Visiting Associate Professor of Chinese and Japanese Cultural Studies, Duke University
"The Rules of the Game: Critical Play and Pedagogy and the Miss L.A. Chinatown Missing!Game"
Discussant: Robin Visser, Associate Professor, Chinese Literature, UNC-Chapel Hill
3:00 pm
Smith Warehouse, Bay 4, C105 (the Garage)
Organized by the Triangle China Forum and spnsored by Asian/Pacific Studies Institute

April 26, 2014
2014 Triangle Japanese Pedagogy Workshop, Ken-ichi Miura, Trainer
Workshop organized by Professor Hitomi Endo, AMES
Sponsored by Triangle Center for Japanese Studies, Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, and Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Duke University

April 21, 2014
Screen/Society --AMI Showcase--NightScene - Q&A to follow with director Cui Zi'en
7:00 pm
Griffith Film Theater
Sponsored by Asian/Pacific Studies Institute and Program in Arts of the Moving Image (AMI)

April 17, 2014
Speaker Series - Jun Uchida, Dept. of History, Stanford University
Reading the Diary of an Omi Merchant: Nakae Katsujiro and His Travel to America
4:30 pm
Perkins 217

April 11, 2014
Cultural Politics in East Asia
Presenters:Lara Kusnetzky and June Hee Kwon
Friedl 225
Sponsors: Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES) and Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI)

April 9, 2014
Where Have All the Sunflowers Gone: Dispatches from the Taiwan #OccupyCongress Student Movement

Presenters: Chang Chen and Liao Yun-Chang
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
John Hope Franklin Center 130-132
Sponsors: Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES) and Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI)

April 05, 2014
Pedagogy workshop for teachers of Chinese language in North Carolina: Chinese Connections: K-16 Education of Chinese Language and Culture in North Carolina
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
John Hope Franklin Center 240
Sponsors: Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI) and Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES)

April 3-6, 2014
Conference - Remapping a Discipline: Modern Chinese Literatures
Sponsors: Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES), Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI), Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI), and Literature

April 1, 2014
China Under the New Leadership: An Era of Great Transformation

Cai Fang, Professor and Director of the Institute of Population and Labor Economics at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences-"From Demographic Dividend to Reform Dividend"
and
Pan Jiahua, Professor and Director of the Institute of Urban Development and Environment Studies, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences - "China's Contribution toward Global GHG Emissions Reduction"
3:00 pm
270 Gross Hall, Duke University
Sponsored by Asian/Pacific Studies Institute and the Chinese Population and Socioeconomic Studies Center

March 31, 2014
Speaker Series -Nicholas Pearce, University of Glasgow
From the Imperial Summer Palace, Peking: Loot, Provenance and the Politics of Restitution

6:00 - 7:30 pm
East Duke 204A
Sponsors: Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI) and Art, Art History & Visual Studies

March 29, 2014
Duke Japanese Speech Contest
1:00 - 4:00 pm
Location: Perkins Library 217
Sponsors: Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES), Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI), and College of Arts and Sciences

March 27, 2014
Author Workshop on Science Studies AS Area Studies
Presenter: Sarah Pinto (Anthropology, Tufts)
6:00 - 8:00 pm
East Duke Parlors
Sponsors: Cultural Anthropology, Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES), Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI), Dean of Humanities, Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI), and Women's Studies Program

March 24, 2014
Paradox of the Post-Cold War in Asia, Workshop II: "Independence": Okinawa, Taiwan and Beyond
Presenter: Keynote Speaker: Tomiyama Ichiro, Doshisha University;
Roundtable Discussion: Annmaria Shimabuku, University of California and
Wendy Matsumura, Furman University
Sponsors: Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI) and Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES) 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
John Hope Franklin Center 240

March 19, 2014
Speaker Series - M. William Steele, Department of History, International Christian University
Across the Tama: Bridges and Roads, Rivers and Rocks
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Sociology-Psychology 129

March 18, 2014
James Steintrager speaking: The Fate of King Hu: Action, Misdirection, and the Making of a Minor World Cinema
5:30-7:30 pm
Smith Warehouse - Bay 4, C105 "Garage"
Sponsors: Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI), Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES), Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI), and Program in Arts of the Moving Image (AMI)

March 5, 2014
Screen/Society--Cine-East - Paradox of the Post-Cold War in Asia:The Sandwich Man
7:00 pm
White
(HOU Hsiao-hsien, 1983, 105 min, Taiwan, in Chinese w/English subtitles, Color, DVD)
"Paradox of the Post-Cold War in Asia" mini-series

February 28, 2014
"Paradox of the Post-Cold War" Film and Workshop Series - Workshop I: Paradox of the Post-Cold War in Asia: Korean War and Beyond?
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Franklin Center 240

February 28, 2014
Spring Workshop on Science Studies as Area Studies
Multiple Speakers
9:00 am- 5:00 pm
East Duke Parlors
Sponsored by Women's Studies Program, AMES, APSI, Cultural Anthropology, and Dean of Humanities

February 27, 2014
Screen/Society--Cine-East - People’s Park with Director J.P. Sniadecki
7:00 pm
White Auditorium
(J.P. SNIADECKI,  2012, 78 min, U.S.A., in Chinese w/English subtitles, Color, DVD)
Introduced by Prof. Ralph Litzinger, Cultural Anthropology
**Q&A with filmmaker J.P. Sniadecki to follow**

February 21, 2014
East Asian Language Pedagogy - Jean Wong
Associate Professor
Department of Special Education, Language and Literacy, The College of New Jersey
What Does it Take to "Do" the Talk
4:30–6:00 pm
Franklin Center Room 028 (Duke West Campus)

February 21, 2014
Speaker Series - Ryuichi Abe
Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University
The Shadow of Xuanzang: On the Question of Yogacara and Shingon Lineages in Late Heian Japanese Buddhist Painting
1:00–2:30 pm
Room 218, Perkins Library (Duke West Campus)

February 19, 2014
Screen/Society--Cine-East - Welcome to Dongmakgol
7:00 pm
White Auditorium
(Kwang-Hyun PARK, 2005, 133 min, South Korea, in Korean w/English subtitles, Color, DVD)
"Paradox of the Post-Cold War in Asia" mini-series

February 18, 2014
Educator Workshop - Natural Disasters in Asia: Representations & Responses
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Old Chemistry Building, Rm 116 (Duke West Campus)

February 13, 2014
Author Workshop on Science Studies AS Area Studies
Michitake Aso, Professor, Department of History, University at Albany
6:00 - 8:00 pm
East Duke Parlors
Sponsored by Cultural Anthropology, AMES, APSI, Dean of Humanities, DGHI, and Women's Studies Program

February 5, 2014
Screen/Society--Cine-East - Paradox of the Post-Cold War in Asia" series--Jiseul
7:00 pm
Griffith
(Meul O., 2012, 108 min, South Korea, in Korean w/ English subtitles, Color, DVD)
"Paradox of the Post-Cold War in Asia" mini-series

January 18, 2014
Educator Workshop: Natural Disasters in Asia: Representations & Responses

9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Old Chemistry 116

January 17-19, 2014
Southeast Conference/Association for Asian Studies 53rd Annual Meeting
Duke University
Sponsored by Association for Asian Studies, Association for Asian Studies Council of Conferences, Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, Carolina Asia Center, Duke University Libraries, and U.S. Department of Education Title VI

January 17, 2014
Screen/Society--Cine-East -Always-Sunset on Third Street
(Takashi Yamazaki, 2005, 132 min, Japan, in Japanese with English subtitles, Color, DVD) 
7:00 pm
White Auditorium
Introduced by Prof. Simon Partner, History, Director of APSI
Screening held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Jan 17-19, 2014



FALL 2013

December 9, 2013
Triangle China Forum - Medicine Without Borders in Premodern Asia
C. Pierce Salguero, The Abington College of the Pennsylvania State University
Buddhist Medicine in Medieval China
and
Pamela D. Winfield, Elon University
Religion and Healing in Premodern Japan
4:00–5:30 pm
240 Franklin Center
Sponsored by the Triangle China Forum

November 19, 2013
Triangle China Forum - Judd Kinzley, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Oil, Soviet Planning and the Hidden Roots of Economic Inequality in China's Far West
3:00 pm
Friedl 225
Sponsored by the Triangle China Forum

November 18, 2013
Screen/Society--Cine-East - From Up On Poppy Hill
7:00 pm
White
(Goro MIYAZAKI, 2011, 91 min, Japan, in Japanese with English subtitles, Color, BluRay)
Introduced by Prof. Eileen Chow, AMES

November 14, 2013
Speaker Series - Ian Miller
Department of History, Harvard University
Tokyo Electric: Japan in the Age of Global Energy
4:00–5:30 pm
Room 225, Friedl Building (Duke East Campus)

November 14, 2013
Vigilant Ethnicity: The Cultural Politics of Korean Chinese Communist Party Members in Yanbian, China - June Hee Kwon
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sponsors: Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES) and Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI) Location: John Hope Franklin Center 028

November 14, 2013
Yucheng Liang
Speaker
Organized by Nan Lin

November 11, 2013
Screen/Society--Cine-East - Old Dog / Khyi rgan
7:00 pm
White
(Pema Tseden, 2011, 88 min, China/Tibet, in Tibetan with English subtitles, Color, DVD)
Introduced by Prof. Ralph Litzinger, Cultural Anthropology

November 6, 2013
Screen/Society--Cine-East - Bandhobi
7:00 pm
White
(SHIN Dong-Il, 2009, 107 min , South Korea, in Korean with English subtitles, Color, DVD)
Introduced by Prof. Nayoung Aimee Kwon, AMES

November 4, 2013
Screen/Society--Cine-East -High Tech, Low Life
7:00 pm
White
(Stephen T. MAING, 2012, 87 min , China/USA, in Mandarin with English subtitles, Color, DVD)
Introduced by Prof. Ralph Litzinger, Cultural Anthropology (discussion to follow)

November 2, 2013
Workshop on Urbanization
Series: Duke-UNC Global History-Asian Studies Initiative: Global Asia, New Asia
9:00 am-5:00 pm
Sponsors: Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI), Arts & Sciences (A&S), Center for South Asia Studies, and Duke University Center for International Studies (DUCIS)
Location: Chapel Hill N.C.

November 1, 2013
Speaker Series - Aaron Gerow
Departments of East Asian Languages and Literatures and the Film Studies Program
Yale University
Nakai Masakazu and the Problem of Japanese Film Theory
3:00–4:30 pm
Room 225, Friedl Building (Duke East Campus)

Wed, Oct. 30, 2013
Screen/Society--Cine-East - A Touch of Sin
7:00 pm
Griffith
(JIA Zhangke, 2013, China, 125 min., in Mandarin with English subtitles, Color, BluRay)
NORTH CAROLINA PREMIERE

October 29, 2013
Mellon Seminar - Water, Environment and Urbanization
Jennifer Turner, Director, China Environment Forum at the Woodrow Wilson Center
Choke Point: Cities
Water-Energy_Food Confrontations in China and India

4:00 pm
Perkins 217

October 28
Gender-Based Violence in South Africa
Series: Duke-RTI Professors, Practitioners and Students in Conversation
4:30-6:00 pm
Sponsors: Duke Center for International Development (DCID), Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI), Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS), Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies (CSEEES), Duke Islamic Studies Center, Duke University Center for International Studies (DUCIS), and Duke University Middle East Studies Center
Location: Sanford Rhodes Conference Room

October 4-5
Conference - Bordering the Borderless: Faces of Modern Buddhism in East Asia
McClendon 5th Floor Media Room
Sponsored by: Duke's Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI) and Religion and Asian & Middle Eastern Studies departments; Research Institute for Korean Studies at Korea University (RIKS); The Anguk Seon Center Foundation; Young Do Cultural Center Foundation; Duke's Office of Global Strategy and Programs; Arts and Sciences; Triangle Center for Japanese Studies; Carolina Asia Center; Duke Korea Forum

September 22
Asian Arts Day in the Asiatic Arboretum
12:00 - 3:00 pm
Sarah P. Duke Gardens
Sponsors: Sarah P. Duke Gardens and Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI)

September 18, 2013
Speaker Series - Nancy Stalker
Associate Professor
Departments of Asian Studies and History University of Texas at Austin
Budding Fortunes: Ikebana as Industry and Cold War Culture
3:00–4:30 pm
Room 217, Perkins Library (Duke West Campus)



SPRING 2013

May 18, 2013
2013 Triangle Japanese Pedagogy Workshop
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
John Hope Franklin Center Room 240, Duke University
Sponsored by Triangle Center for Japanese Studies and APSI

May 4, 2013
New Faces in China Studies Conference-Duke University (Mellon-funded Workshop)
Allen Building Board Room, Duke University
Sponsored by Tianjian Shi Memorial Fund, Mellon Foundation, Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, Program for the Study of Democracy, Institutions, and Political Economy, and Program in Asian Security Studies

May 3, 2013
China's Presence in Africa: A Multidisciplinary Symposium
Sanford Rhodes Conference Room
Co-sponsored by Africa Initiative, Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI), Nicholas School-Miscellaneous Events, Sanford School of Public Policy, and Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI)

April 26, 2013
Andrew Gordon, Harvard University, Speaking on
"Remembering Japan's Experiences with Disaster: Japan Disaster Digital Archive"
6:30 PM
Old Trinity Room, West Union
Sponsored by the Duke East Asia Nexus (DEAN) with support from the Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, the Department of History, the University Cultural Fund, and the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

April 26, 2013
Luncheon: “Contemporary Japan” – Andrew Gordon, Harvard University
12:30-2:00pm
Faculty Commons, (A/V Room), Duke
Hosted by the Duke East Asia Nexus (DEAN) with support from the Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, the Department of History, the University Cultural Fund, and the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

April 19, 2013                           
Screen/Society--Cine-East - "Embracing / Ni tsutsumarete"
Discussion led by Leo Ching and Takushi Odagiri   
7:00 PM   
White Auditorium
Also sponsored by Program in the Arts of the Moving Image & AMES          

April 12, 2013                                                                                               
Screen/Society--Cine-East - "The Mourning Forest/ Mogari no Mori”   
7:00 PM     
White 107
Also sponsored by Program in the Arts of the Moving Image & AMES                                              

April 12, 2013              5:00 PM - 8:00 PM                 
April 13, Sat.               8:30 AM– 5:30 PM
Triangle East Asia Colloquium (TEAC) - “Art about Art in East Asia”
Ackland Museum of Art, UNC-Chapel Hill
Colloquium of  UNC-CH, N. C. State and Duke and other specialists and interested scholars. 
Hosted this year by UNC-CH                         

April 11, 2013                     
Discussion with Professor Thomas LaMarre 
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM     
Sponsored by Japanese Critical Studies Group (Triangle Center for Japanese Studies)
Gray Building Room 210

April 5, 2013                                                                     
Transnational North Korea and Northeast Asia: Migration and Urbanization Workshop    
9 AM - 5:00 PM 
Breedlove Room, 204 Perkins Library
Also sponsored by Korea Forum, Program in the Arts of the Moving Image and AMES, etc.

April 4, 2013                                                   
Screen/Society--Cine-East - "Dooman River / Tumangang”                                  
Q&A with Zhang Lu follows film
7:00 PM                  
UNC Global Educ. Ctr., UNC-CH
Also sponsored by Program in the Arts of the Moving Image & AMES          

April 3, 2013                                  
Screen/Society--Cine-East - "Desert Dream / Kyŏnggye”
Introduced by Prof. Nayoung Aimee Kwon (AMES)
Q & A with filmmaker Zhang Lu follows screening
6:00 PM Reception in Old Trinity Room, West Union Bldg.
7:00 PM  Film in Griffith Film Theater

March 30, 2013 (Sat.)
Workshop on YAN Lianke's Fiction
1:00-4:00 PM
Smith Warehouse - Bay 4, C105
Sponsored by AMES and APSI

March 30, 2013 (Sat.)
Japanese Speech Contest
1:00 - 4:00 PM
Perkins Library Room 217

March 29, 2013      
Speaker Series - Yan Lianke
“Ten Views on Book Banning in China”
3:00 PM          
Franklin Center Room 240

March 28, 2013        
Triangle China Forum - Cynthia Brokaw
“Book Culture and Intellectual Life on the Frontiers of the Qing Empire”
3:30 PM                      
Franklin Center Room 230

March 27, 2013                             
Speaker Series - Michael Bourdaghs
“Psychology, Possessive Individualism, and Natsume Soseki”
3:00 PM
Breedlove Room, 204 Perkins Library

March 21. 2013
Speaker Series - Ben Tran
“Reportage as Autoethnography: Vietnamese Intellectuals and Colonial Prostitution”
12:00 Noon
Breedlove Room, 204 Perkins Library

March 20, 2013                             
Screen/Society--Cine-East - “Our School / Uri hakkyo”
Introduced by Prof. Nayoung Aimee Kwon (AMES)
7:00 PM
White Auditorium

March 6, 2013                        
Screen/Society--Cine-East - “Goodbye, Pyongyang/Ku (tbaiP’yongyang)”
Introduced by Prof. Nayoung Aimee Kwon (AMES)
7:00 PM 
White Auditorium

February 28, 2013                                
Speaker Series - Jun Okada
“Post Asian American: Institutional History, Neoliberalism, and Recent Asian American Independent Film and Video”
4:00 PM
Breedlove Room, 204 Perkins Library

February 27, 2013                       
Screen/Society--Cine-East - “Souls of Zen: Buddhism, Ancestors, and the 2011 Tsunami in Japan”
Q&A with Tim Graf follows   
7:00 PM
Center for Documentary Studies Auditorium

February 22, 2013                           
“Encounters: with the music of our time” presents the Ciompi Quartet, with guest artists from Kyo-Shin-An Arts
8:00 PM
East Duke 201 (Nelson Music Room) 

February 22, 2013                          
E. A. Lang. Pedagogy - Phyllis Larson
“Content-based Instruction: A Catalyst, not a Panacea”
4:30 PM
Franklin Center Room  240    

February 21, 2013                     
An Evening at J-Hall with Yoko Reikan Kimura
7:00 PM

February 21, 2013             
Japanese Music Performance and Talk: James Nyoraku Schlefer and Yoko Reikano Kimur
4:00 PM 
Biddle 1 (Biddle Lobby)  

Followed by a reception and a chance to speak to the musicians informally.  Schlefer and Kimura will perform in concert with the Ciompi Quartet and oboist Joseph Robinson on Feb. 22 at 8 pm in the Nelson Music Room, East Duke Building                                                                                                                                 

February 20, 2013 
Cine-East Film Series - “The Journals of Musan/Musan ilgi”
7:00 PM 
White Auditorium                   

February 20, 2013                       
Triangle China Forum - Carla Nappi
“The People of Paper: Articulating Manchu Skeletons” 
3:00 PM 
Breedlove Room, 204 Perkins Library

February 20, 2013                     
JAPANESE TRADITIONAL MUSIC CONCERT
A Performance for K-12 Students
10:00 - 11:00 AM
Reynolds Theater, in Duke University’s Bryan Center (Free)

February 15, 2013 
An Insider's View on North Korea: A Talk with Two Student Refugees
6:30 - 8:30 PM
Fitzpatrick Center Schiciano Auditorium
Sponsored by Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES), Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI), International Comparative Studies (ICS), Kenan Institute for Ethics, Department of Religion, Sanford School of Public Policy, and Duke Human Rights Center (DHRC)

February 15, 2013
Triangle China Forum - Film Screening and Workshop "Social Activism and Independent Media in Taiwan"      
2:00 - 5:00 PM                  
Perkins 217

February 11, 2013
Triangle Center for Japanese Studies - Marc Steinberg,           
“What Happened to the Media Mix? Or, On the Rise of ‘Contents’ in Japan 
4:00 PM 
Friedl 225

February 7, 2013                        
Cine-East Film Series - "Writing in Water”
Q&A with Angela Zito follows film 
7:00 PM 
White Auditorium       

February 6, 2013                       
Cine-East Film Series - “A Schoolgirl's Diary”
7:00 PM 
Griffith Film Theater              

February 6, 2013 
Speaker Series - Jindong Cai & Sheila Melvin
“Rhapsody in Red- How Western Classical Music Became Chinese” 
5:30 PM    
Herring Room, 0014W Divinity

January 24, 2013
Triangle Center for Japanese Studies: “Philosophy and Answerability: Historicism, the Question of the Present, and Japan’s World Historical Mission”
Harry Harootunian, Max Palevsky Professor of History, Emeritus, in the University of Chicago, Adjunct Senior Research Professor, Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University, and is currently a Visiting Professor in the Literature Program at Duke
4:00 PM
FHI Garage, Smith Warehouse, Bay 4, C105, Duke Campus

January 23, 2013
Screen/Society--Cine-East Film Series: "The Flower Girl"
7:00 PM
White (White Lecture Hall)



FALL 2012

November 26, 2012
Taiwan Forum: Diaspora as Mind: Making Sense of the Experiences of the Japanese Silent Minority in Taiwan in the Context of 'Multiculturalism' and 'Postcoloniality
3:15 PM
Friedl 225
A phenomenon of benign neglect in postwar, Taiwan has been the plight of ethnic Japanese, most of whom were married to ethnic Taiwanese, who settled or continued to live after the colonial era and the restoration of a Chinese Nationalist (KMT) regime. While the rise of indigenization in recent years has shed light on the oppressed history of Taiwanese and aboriginal first peoples as well as a need to recover sources of traditional culture and identity among politically repressed groups, through critical multiculturalism, few have advocated the plight of long settled non-Han ethnicities, who were subject to the same conditions of cultural assimilation and political anonymity. This event is co-sponsored by the Taiwan Forum. Contact: 919 668-2603

November 14, 2012
Screen/Society--Cine-East: Japan Foundation Film Series--"Hanging Garden"--35mm Print!
7:00 PM Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater
Film Screening--"Hanging Garden" (Toyoda Toshiaki, 2005, 113 min, Japanese w/ English subtitles, Color, 35mm)
Part of the Japan Foundation Film Series--Made Possible by the Japan Foundation (NY Office)

Nov. 13, 2012
Cine-East Film Series: "Let the Wind Carry Me"
7:00 pm
White 107 (White Lecture Hall)

November 7, 2012
Speaker Series - Gregory Levine
Associate Professor, History of Art Dept., Univ. of California-Berkeley
Captured Buddhas
3:00-4:30 PM
East Duke 108

November 5, 2012
Screen/Society--Cine-East: Japan Foundation Film Series--"Dog in a Sidecar" (35mm)
7:00 PM
Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater
Film Screening--"Dog in a Sidecar" (Negishi Kichitaro, 2008, 94 min, Japanese w/ English subtitles, Color, 35mm)

October 29, 2012
Information Night for Chinese Studies at Duke
6:00 PM
Learn about Spring 2013 AMES classes, the Chinese Major and Minor, the Duke Study in China Program, the East Asian Studies Certificate, scholarships to study in China and Taiwan, and more! Pizza and drinks will be served. For additional information: 919-668-2603
Languages 114

October 29, 2012
Screen/Society--Cine-East: Japan Foundation Film Series--"A Stranger of Mine"
7:00 PM
Film Screening--"A Stranger of Mine" (Uchida Kenji, 2004, 98 min, Japanese w/ English subtitles, Color, 35mm) --Part of the Japan Foundation Film Series--Made Possible by the Japan Foundation (NY Office)
Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater

October 26, 2012
Screen/Society--Cine-East Series: The Memory Project--"Satiated Village" w/ director Zou Xueping
7:00 PM
White 107 (White Lecture Hall)
Film Screening--"Satiated Village" (Zou Xueping, 2011, 88 min, China, Chinese with English subtitles, DVD)

October 26, 2012
The Memory Project: Talk with Wu Wenguang

5:00 pm
Thomas Room in Lilly Library, Duke East Campus

October 25, 2012
7:00 PM
Screen/Society--Cine-East Series: The Memory Project--"Self-Portrait and Dialogue with My Mother"/"Self-Portrait With Three Women" w/ Zhang Mengqi
White 107 (White Lecture Hall)
Live Performance & Film Screening w/ Zhang Mengqi: "Self-Portrait and Dialogue with My Mother" (performance) and "Self-Portrait With Three Women" (Zhang Mengqi, 2010, 70 min, China, Chinese with English subtitles, Color, DVD).

October 24, 2012
Film Screening--"Luo Village: Me and Ren Dingqi"
7:30 PM
(Luo Bing, 2010, 80 min, China, Chinese with English subtitles, DVD)
Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater

October 24, 2012
6:30 PM
Screen/Society--Cine-East Series: The Memory Project--Opening Reception with the FilmmakersOpening Reception with the filmmakers for the Cine-East/Memory Project Series (Four Chinese film directors present their work exploring elder villagers' memories of the "3-Year Famine" (1959-1961)). The reception is in Schaefer Mall (Bryan Center upper level).

Followed by a screening of "Luo Village: Me and Ren Dingqi" (Luo Bing, 2010, 80 min, China, Chinese with English subtitles, DVD) at 7:30 pm in Griffith Film Theater, with director Luo Bing

October 24, 2012
Speaker Series - Christopher Gerteis
Lecturer in the History of Contemporary Japan, Dept. of History, School of Oriental and African Studies, Univ. of London
Risky Business: Corporations Shaping Public Memory in Contemporary Japan
3:00-4:30 pm
204 Perkins Library (Breedlove Room)
Cosponsored by the Triangle Center for Japanese Studies

October 24, 2012
"Knocking on Memory's Door with a Video Camera"
12:00 PM
Four Chinese filmmakers discuss their work in "The Memory Project," gathering memories of the "Great Famine" (1959-1961). Led by Wu Wenguang, one of the founding figures of Chinese independent documentary film, the project is based at Coachangdi Workstation in Beijing.
John Hope Franklin Center 240

October 17, 2012
Cine-East Film - "Treatment" (Wu Wenguang, 2010, 80min, China, Mandarin with English subtitles, Color/BW, DVD) --
7:00-8:30 pm
Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater

October 9, 2012
Speaker Series - Todd Henry
Assistant Professor, Dept. of History, Univ. of California-San Diego
“Chosǒn Renaissance”: The Decolonization of Public Space in Contemporary Seoul
3:00–4:30 pm
Breedlove Room, 204 Perkins Library, Duke West Campus
Cosponsored by Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Department and Department of Religion

October 4, 2012
Cine-East Film Series: "The King and the Clown"

7:00 pm
White 107 (White Lecture Hall), Duke East Campus

Cine-East Series Film Screening -- (Lee Jun-ik, 2005, 119 min, South Korea, Korean w/ English subtitles, Color, DVD
Introduced by Prof. Nayoung Aimee Kwon, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

September 23 (Sunday)
Asian Festival Day at Duke Gardens
12:00-3:00 pm
Sarah P. Duke Gardens, Duke University

September 19
Speaker Series - Li Zhang
Professor and Chair, Department of Anthropology, University of California-Davis
Refashioning the Self through New Therapeutics in Post Socialist China
3:00–4:30 pm
Room 225 Friedl, Duke East Campus
Cosponsored by Department of Cultural Anthropology and AMES

September 7
Speaker Series - Bradley Davis
Assistant Professor, Department of History, Eastern Connecticut State University
Flags in the Dust: Bandits and Powerbrokers in the China-Vietnam Borderlands, 1865-1924
4:00–5:30 pm
Boyd Seminar Room, 229 Carr, Duke East Campus
Cosponsored by Department of History



SPRING 2012

May 11-12, 2012
"Development and Displacement"
Workshop organized by Carlos Rojas and Ralph Litzinger

April 18, 2012
Speaker Series - Xiaoli Tian
Professor and Director, Center for Human Population Genetics, Institute of Molecular Medicine
Peking University, Beijing
"Human Environments, Genetics and Healthy Aging"
3:00–4:30 pm, Breedlove Room, 204 Perkins Library, Duke West Campus
Cosponsored by CPSES

April 17, 2012
Screen/Society--Cine-East Series--"Let The Wind Carry Me"
7:00 PM, Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater

April 16, 2012
Screen/Society--Cine-East Series--"An Exposure of Affected Hospital"
7:00 PM, Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater

April 6, 2012
Speaker Series - Melanie Trede
Professor, Institute of East Asian Art History, Heidelberg University
Toyota Visiting Professor 2011-12, Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan
"Picturing Hachiman: Using the Past to Serve the Present"
3:00–4:30 pm, Room 204B East Duke, Duke East Campus
Cosponsored by Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Dept. of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, and the Triangle Center for Japanese Studies (TCJS)

April 4, 2012
Screen/Society--Cine-East Series--"The Way Home"
8:00 PM, White 107 (White Lecture Hall)

April 2, 2012
"North Korea under Three Kims"
4:15 pm, Social Sciences 139 LaBarre

March 26, 2012

Screen/Society--Cine-East Series--"Sketches of Kaitan City"
8:00 PM, Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater

March 23, 2012
"The Acquisition of Subject Pronominal Expression by L2 Chinese Learners"
4:30 PM, John Hope Franklin Center 230-232

March 20, 2012
Screen/Society--Cine-East Series--"Chan Is Missing

8:00 PM, White 107 (White Lecture Hall)

March 12-13
"Regions and Regionalism: (East) Asia in a Global World"
Workshop organized by Dominic Sachsenmaier
Rubenstein Room 200, Sanford Institute, Duke West Campus

March 1
Speaker Series - David Slater
Associate Professor, Cultural Anthropology and Japanese Studies
Sophia University, Tokyo
"Incurring Debt; Picturing Death: Japanese Family Albums Washed Away in Tsunami Waters"
3:00–4:30 pm
Room 225 Friedl, Duke East Campus
Cosponsored by the Triangle Center for Japanese Studies (TCJS)

February 29
"Ethnicity and Urbanism"
4:00-5:30
240 Franklin Center

Speakers: 
Herbert Tam, Curator/Director of Exhibitions, Museum of Chinese in America
"Vernacular Architecture in Chinese Communities"

Dwayne Dixon, Doctoral Candidate in Cultural Anthropology, Duke University
"The City and the City"

Discussant:
Eileen Cheng-yin Chow, Visiting Associate Professor of Chinese Cultural Studies, Duke University 

Sponsored by the Triangle China Forum on Urbanization and Migration (with support from the Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, the Franklin Humanities Institute, the Provost's Office, and UNC Carolina Asia Center and the UNC Center for Global Initiatives).

February 28
Triangle China Forum - Howard French, Columbia School of Journalism & former NY Times Africa and China correspondent
"China in Africa"
3:30-5:00 pm
FHI Garage in Smith Warehouse

The talk is sponsored by the Africa-China reading group, the Duke Africa initiative, and the Triangle China Forum on Urbanization and Migration (with support from the Franklin Humanities Institute, Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, the Provost’s Office, and UNC Carolina Asia Center and the UNC Center for Global Initiatives).

February 19
Cine-East - "Profound Desires of the Gods"
8 pm, White Hall
Intro. by Takushi Odagiri, Dept. of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies

February 9
Cine-East - "When China Met Africa"
8 pm, White Hall
(Mark and Nick Francis, 2010, 75 min. France/UK, English, DVD)

Screening followed by discussion led by Stephen Smith, African and African
American Studies and Ralph Litzinger, Cultural Anthropology

February 1
Speaker Series - Takushi Odagiri
Visiting Professor, Department of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
Duke University
"Self-Awareness, Dialectics, and Intelligibility: On Nishida’s Idea of
History"
4:00–5:30 pm
Breedlove Room, 204 Perkins Library, Duke West Campus
Cosponsored by Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (AMES), Franklin Humanities Center, and Department of Religion

January 26
Speaker Series - Shu-Mei Shih
Professor, Department of Comparative Literature; Asian Languages and Cultures; and Asian American Studies
University of California-Los Angeles
"Racializing Area Studies, Defetishizing China"
3:00–4:30 pm
Room 240 Franklin Center, 2204 Erwin Road, Duke West Campus
Cosponsored by Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES)

January 23
Summer Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship Information Session for Undergraduate Students
4:00-5:00 PM
Perkins Library 218

January 18
Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship Information Session for Graduate Students
4:00-5:00 PM
John Hope Franklin Center 240



FALL 2011:

December 9, 2011
Revisiting the Body: Corporeal Imaginations from Late Imperial to Contemporary China
4:00-6:00 pm, Breedlove Room, 204 Perkins Library
Organized by the Triangle China Forum, with support from APSI, FHI and AMES

December 2, 2011
Reconfiguring Class: Fashion, Consumption and Labor in Contemporary China
4:00-6:00 pm, Breedlove Room, 204 Perkins Library
Organized by the Triangle China Forum, with support from APSI, FHI and AMES

December 1, 2011
Duke in China Programs Information Session
4:30-5:30 pm, Perkins Library 218

November 30, 2011
Cine-East Film Series - Seopyeonje
8:00 pm
White Hall
(Im Kwon-taek, 1993, 112 min, S. Korea, in Korean w/English subtitles, DVD)
Introduced by Young Eun Chae, Dept. of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies

November 16, 2011
Cine-East Film Series - Beijing Taxi
8:00 pm, White Hall
(Miao Wang, 2010, 78 min, China/USA, in Mandarin w/English subtitles, DVD)
Introduced in person by Director Miao Wang followed by Q & A moderated by Ralph Litzinger, Dept. of Cultural Anthropology
Additional support for Director Miao Wang's visit provided by the Department of Cultural Anthropology, the Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, the Department of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, the Literature Program, and the Center for International Studies at Duke University

October 28, 2011
Marié Abe, Boston University
"Sounding Imaginative Empathy: Musical Advertisement on the Streets of Contemporary Japan"
4:30 pm
104 Mary Duke Biddle Building
Sponsored by Duke Univ. Music Dept., in association with AMES and APSI

October 24, 2011
Cine-East Film Series - My Fancy High Heels
8:00 pm
Griffith
(Ho Chao-ti, 2010, 56 min, Taiwan, in Mandarin w/English subtitles, DVD)
Introduced by Guo-Juin Hong, Dept. of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies

October 22, 2011 (Saturday)
Triangle East Asia Colloquium (TEAC) - "China and the World"
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
The Boyd Seminar Room, 229 Carr Bld., Duke East Campus

October 21, 2011
Speaker Series - Peter C. Perdue, Professor, Department of History, Yale University
Strange Parallels in Central Eurasia? Mongols and Turks in the Early Modern Era
4:00–5:30 pm
Room 217 Perkins Library, Duke West Campus

October 3, 2011
Speaker Series - Lori Meeks, Associate Professor, Departments of Religion and East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Southern California
Making Sense of the Blood Bowl Sutra: Early-Modern Commentaries on Women's Salvation in Japanese Buddhism
4:30–6:00 pm
York Room, 229 Gray, Duke West Campus
Co-sponsored by UNC's Carolina Asia Center and Duke Religion Department

September 28, 2011
"A Conversation with Actor Yang Lixin"
7:00 pm
Gothic Reading Room, Perkins Library
Co-sponsored by AMES and the China Triangle Forum

September 27, 2011
Cine-East Film Series - Aftershock
7:30pm
Griffith Theater
(Feng Xiaogang, 2010, 135 min, China, in Mandarin w/English subtitles, 35mm)
Introduced by Eileen Cheng-yin Chow, Dept. of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, followed by Q & A with assistant director Eric Le Yang, ‘11

September 19, 2011
Speaker Series - Jean Ma, Assistant Professor, Department of Art and Art History, Stanford University
Sounding Out the Modern Girl: The Songstress of Chinese Cinema
4:00–5:30 pm
Breedlove Room, 204 Perkins Library, Duke West Campus
Also sponsored by the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Program in the Arts of the Moving Image, and the Franklin Humanities Institute

September 14, 2011
Cine-East Film Series - Nobody Knows
8pm
White Hall
(Koreeda Hirokazu, 2004, 141 min, Japan, in Japanese w/English subtitles, DVD)
Introduced by Anne Allison, Dept. of Cultural Anthropology

September 9, 2011
Mini-conference - "Chinese Earthquakes: Representations and Ramifications"
4:00-6:00 pm
Rm 240 Franklin Center
Organized by the Triangle China Forum, with support from APSI, the Franklin Humanities Institute, and the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies


SPRING 2011:

June 23-24, 2011
2011 Duke University Summer Institutes on East Asia for Educators

Elementary and Middle School Educators
Thursday, June 23, 2011
8:30am-5:00pm, Perkins Library, Duke University

Middle and High School Educators
Friday, June 24, 2011
8:30am-5:00pm, Perkins Library, Duke University

May 8, 2011
Ganbare! Nippon & Triangle Disaster Relief
6:00 pm
Page Auditorium, Duke University
Hosted by the Nippon Club of the Triangle, with additional event support provided by Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, Duke University & International Focus, Inc

April 30, 2011
The Triangle East Asia Colloquium (TEAC)
"Recent Trends in the Study of Science and Technology in East Asia"
10:00 am
Withers 331 on the NC State campus

April 26, 2011
Helen Hardacre, Reischauer Institute Professor of Japanese Religions and Society, Harvard University
"State Shinto in Manchukuo"
4:30–6:00 pm York Room, 229 Gray, Duke West Campus

April 19, 2011
C. Pierce Salguero, Asst. Professor of Asian History, Penn State University, Abington College
"Buddhist Medicine: The Role of Religion in the Transnational Translation of Medical Knowledge"
4:30pm
York Room, Gray Building
Cosponsored by Department of Religion

April 15-17, 2011
Chinese Cinemas: Reframing the Field
Organized by Carlos Rojas, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Duke University
Sanford Center, Auditorium 04

April 15, 2011
Seungsook Moon, Professor and Chair, Department of Sociology, Vassar College
"Living with the U.S. Military Empire in South Korea: Camptown Women and the KATUSAs"
3:00–4:30 pm
Room 240 Franklin Center, 2204 Erwin Road, Duke West Campus

April 11, 2011
Tianjian Shi Memorial Service
3:00 pm
Rare Book Room, Perkins Library

Tianjian Shi Memorial Lectures: Andrew J. Nathan, Columbia University, and Suisheng Zhao, University of Denver, speaking on "China's Development in Its Implications for the World"
5:00 pm
Goodson Chapel, Gray Building (Duke Divinity School)

April 10, 2011
"Rashomon" (Japan, 1950), Cine-East: East Asian Cinema, Kurosawa & Philosophy series
7:00 pm, Richard White Auditorium

April 7, 2011
"Turning Point 1977" (China, 2009), Cine-East: East Asian Cinema, followed by Q & A and panel discussion
7:00 pm, Richard White Auditorium

March 31, 2011
"Ikiru" (Japan, 1952), Cine-East: East Asian Cinema, Kurosawa & Philosophy series
7:00 pm, Richard White Auditorium

March 24, 2011
Bonnie Tsui, Independent Author
"American Chinatown: A People’s History of Five Neighborhoods"
4:30–6:00 pm
Room 217 Perkins Library, Duke West Campus

March 20, 2011
"Go" (Japan, 2001), Cine-East: East Asian Cinema
7:00 pm, Richard White Auditorium

March 18, 2011
Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Professor, Modern Culture and Media, Brown University, "Crisis, Crisis, Crisis, or The Temporarily of Networks"
12:00 Noon
Link Classroom #3, Perkins Library, Duke West Campus
Talk is sponsored by the Trans-Asian Media Cultures working group (which is itself supported by FHI and APSI) and the Program in Literature.

Kären Wigen, Professor, Dept. of History and Director, Center for East Asian Studies, Stanford University
"Geographies of Restoration: The Curious Career of an Ancient Province in Early Modern Japan"
4:00–5:30 pm
The Boyd Seminar Room (229 Carr Building), Duke East Campus

March 1, 2011
Paul Groner, University of Virginia, "What did it mean to be a monk in pre-modern Japan? Reflections on the history of monasticism in Japanese Tendai"
4:30 pm
The York Room, Gray Building Room 229, Duke West Campus
Cosponsored by Department of Religion

February 21, 2011
"Parking" (Taiwan, 2008), Cine-East: East Asian Cinema, Classics of Taiwan Series,
7:00 pm, Griffith Film Theater

February 14, 2011
Ru-Shou Robert Chen, Associate Professor, Department of Radio & Television, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
"The Current State of Taiwan Cinema"
4:00–5:30 pm
Room 240 Franklin Center, 2204 Erwin Road, Duke West Campus

"Cape No. 7" Taiwan, 2008), Cine-East: East Asian Cinema, Classics of Taiwan Series, Q&A with Director
7:00 pm, Griffith Film Theater

January 31, 2011
"The Terrorizers" (Taiwan, 1985), Cine-East: East Asian Cinema, Classics of Taiwan Series
7:00 pm, Griffith Film Theater

January 24, 2011
"Dust in the Wind" (Taiwan, 1986), Cine-East: East Asian Cinema, Classics of Taiwan Series
7:00 pm, Griffith Film Theater

January 14, 2011
Chinese Film Theory Workshop, org by Guo-Juin Hong, AMES, Duke Univ; and Jason McGrath, Dept of Asian Langs. and Lit, Univ of Minnesota-Twin Cities

January 20, 2011
"Secret Reunion" (S. Korea, 2010), Cine-East: East Asian Cinema
7:00 pm, Richard White Auditorium


FALL 2010:

December 9, 2010
Speaker Series - William Kirby, T.M. Chang Professor of China Studies; Spangler Family Professor of Business Administration; Director, Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University
“The Chinese Century? Business and Education in the 21st Century”
3:00–4:30 pm
Room 217 Perkins Library, Duke West Campus

December 3, 2010
Triangle Japan Forum - Simon Partner, speaking on Mummies, Mudras and Madmen: In Search of God in the Mountains of Japan
4:00 pm
Phillips Hall, Room 328, UNC-Chapel Hill

December 2, 2010
Speaker - Ling Zhang, Author of "Aftershock"
"Seeing is Not Believing - from Aftershock to Gold Mountain Blues”
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Sociology/Psychology 130
Talk is organized by the Trans-Asian Media Cultures working group and is co-sponsored by the Office of the Provost, Asian Pacific Studies Institute, and Asian & Middle Eastern Studies.

November 30, 2010
Cine-East Asian Film Series - Chicken Poets
8:00 pm
Richard White Lecture Hall, East Campus

November 15, 2010
Speaker Series - Jonathan Abel, Assistant Professor, Department of Comparative Literature, Pennsylvania State University
“The Language of Slaves: Nakano Shigeharu’s Redactionary Literature”
4:45–6:15 pm
Room 240 Franklin Center, 2204 Erwin Road, Duke West Campus

November 2, 2010
Cine-East Asian Film Series - Oxhide
8:00 pm
Richard White Lecture Hall, East Campus

October 27, 2010
Speaker Series - Brett Walker, Regents’ Professor and Chair, Department of History, Philosophy & Religious Studies, Montana State University
“Toxic Archipelago: A History of Industrial Disease in Japan”
3:00–4:30 pm
Breedlove Room (204 Perkins Library), Duke West Campus

October 21, 2010
Cine-East: East Asian Film Series - 1428
7:00 pm
Richard White Lecture Hall, East Campus

October 18, 2010
Speaker Series - Ang Li, Writer and Novelist, Taiwan
“Writing Sex and Politics in Chinese in Taiwan”
3:00–4:30 pm
Room 240 Franklin Center, 2204 Erwin Road, Duke West Campus

October 5, 2010
Cine-East: East Asian Film Series - The Ants
8:00 pm
Richard White Lecture Hall, East Campus

October 1, 2010
Chinese Paintings Collection - presented by Paul Wang
2:00 pm
Breedlove Room (204 Perkins Library), Duke West Campus

September 28, 2010
Cine-East: East Asian Film Series - Mother
8:00 pm
Richard White Lecture Hall, East Campus

September 23, 2010
Speaker Series - Homay King, Associate Professor, Department of History of Art and Program in Film Studies, Bryn Mawr College
“Anabasis: Looking for Antonioni in Asia”
3:00–4:30 pm
Breedlove Room (204 Perkins Library), Duke West Campus

September 21, 2010
Cine-East: East Asian Film Series - The Good, The Bad, The Weird
8:00 pm
Richard White Lecture Hall, East Campus


SPRING 2010:

May 27, 2010
Cine-East: East Asian Film Series (in conjunction with the Nasher Museum of Art exhibit, Displacement: The Three Gorges Dam and Contemporary Chinese Art - Up the Yangtze
7:00 pm
Nasher Auditorium

May 24, 2010
Screening of biographical documentary about D. T. Suzuki, "A Zen Life: D. T. Suzuki". Film will be followed by a roundtable discussion with Luis Gómez, Mark Blum, and James Dobbins.
4:30-7:30 pm
LINK Classroom #4, Perkins Library, Duke West Campus

May 13, 2010
Cine-East: East Asian Film Series (in conjunction with the Nasher Museum of Art exhibit, Displacement: The Three Gorges Dam and Contemporary Chinese Art -
Bing Ai
7:00 pm
Nasher Auditorium

May 8-9, 2010
Southeastern Association of Teachers of Japanese (SEATJ)
Rooms 217 and 218 Perkins Library, Duke West Campus

April 29, 2010
Cine-East: East Asian Film Series (in conjunction with the Nasher Museum of Art exhibit, Displacement: The Three Gorges Dam and Contemporary Chinese Art - Still Life
7:00 pm
Nasher Auditorium

April 26, 2010
Cine-East: East Asian Film Series - Memento Mori
8:00 pm
Griffith Film Theater

April 23, 2010
Korean Teachers' Workshop
10:00 am-3:00 pm
Old Trinity Room, West Union Building, Duke West Campus

April 20, 2010
Cine-East: East Asian Film Series - Pacchigi! (We Shall Overcome Someday)
8:00 pm
Griffith Film Theater

April 16-17, 2010
Triangle East Asia Colloquium (TEAC): "Animals in East Asian History and Culture.
Organized by Barbara Ambros, UNC-Chapel Hill

April 15, 2010
Cine-East: East Asian Film Series (in conjunction with the Nasher Museum of Art exhibit, Displacement: The Three Gorges Dam and Contemporary Chinese Art - Rainclouds Over Wushan
7:00 pm
Nasher Auditorium

April 15, 2010
Ou Ning, artist, filmmaker, and curator: brief talk and lunch-time conversation
12:00-1:30 pm
Friedl Room 225, Duke East Campus

April 14, 2010
Cine-East: East Asian Film Series - Shanghai Triad
8:00 pm
Griffith Film Theater

March 27, 2010
Japanese Speech Contest
1:00-4:00 pm
Room 217 Perkins Library

March 21, 2010
Workshop: "Viral Knowledge: Infection and Information in Twenty-first Century China"
10:30 am - 4:30 pm
Breedlove Room, Duke West Campus
Organized by Carlos Rojas
Co-sponsored by APSI, Ames, International Studies and CCK Foundation

March 1, 2010
Cine-East: East Asian Film Series - Welcome to Dongmakgol {tentative}
8:00 pm
Griffith Film Theater

February 27, 2010
Chinese Language Forum "Educating for Advanced Chinese Language Learning"
Noon-4:30 pm
Room 204 Perkins Library (Breedlove Room), Duke West Campus
Co-sponsored by AMES

February 26, 2010
Speaker Series - Suisheng (Sam) Zhao, Professor and Executive Director, Center for China-US Cooperation, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver and Editor, Journal of Contemporary China
"US-China Relations During the First Year of the Obama Administration"
3:00–4:30 pm
Room 218 Perkins Library, Duke West Campus

February 19, 2010
Celeste Kinginger, Professor of Applied Linguistics, Penn State University
"Language Socialization in Study Abroad"
4:30pm-6:00pm
Room 217 Perkins Library, Duke West Campus
Cosponsored by E. A. Language Pedagogy Research Cluster, AMES

February 17, 2010
Speaker Series - Susan Brownell, Professor, Department of Anthropology and Languages, University of Missouri, St. Louis
"Taking the Olympic Spirit into the Earthquake Disaster Zone: Global, National and Local Meanings of the Beijing Olympics"
12:00–1:30 pm
Room 217 Perkins Library, Duke West Campus

February 11, 2010
In Search of the Meaning of Circles
A lecture and calligraphy demonstration with Kazuaki Tanahashi, master calligrapher, artist, peace activist and Buddhist translator.
4:00pm - 5:30 pm
Perkins Library - Room 217, Duke West Campus
Free and open to the public

February 9, 2010
Cine-East: East Asian Film Series - Tokyo Sonata
8:00 pm
Griffith Film Theater

January 21, 2010
Speaker Series - Wei-Cheng Chu, Associate Professor of English, Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Taiwan University, and Fulbright Scholar
"The Intriguing Case of Queer Taiwan: A Glocal Comparative Account"
4:30–6:00 pm
Room 204 B East Duke Building, Duke East Campus


FALL, 2009:

November 19, 2009
Cine-East East Asian Film Series: Morning Sun (documentary film)
7:00 pm
White Hall, Duke East Campus

November 18, 2009
Speaker Series - Anne Walthall, Professor, Department of History
University of California, Irvine
"Introducing the Gun: Masculinity and Shoguns"
4:00–5:30 pm
Breedlove Room (204 Perkins Library) Duke West Campus

Cine-East East Asian Film Series: The Game of Their Lives (documentary film)
7:00 pm
White Hall, Duke East Campus

October 29 & 30, 2009
Cine-East East Asian Film Series: Departures
7:00 pm and 9:30 pm on Oct. 29 & Oct. 30
Griffith Theater (Bryan Center) Duke West Campus

October 23, 2009
Speaker Series - Thomas D. Conlan, Associate Professor, Departments of History and Asian Studies
Bowdoin College
"Myth, Memory and the Mongol’s Invasions of Japan"
3:00–4:30 pm
Breedlove Room (204 Perkins Library) Duke West Campus

October 21, 2009
Cine-East East Asian Film Series: Dear Pyongyang (documentary film)
7:00 pm
White Hall, Duke East Campus

October 15, 2009
Speaker Series - Jin-Kyung Lee, Associate Professor, Department of Literature
University of California, San Diego
"Military Labor and Military Prostitution Across South Korea, Vietnam and the United States, 1960s-1970s"
3:00–4:30 pm
Breedlove Room (204 Perkins Library) Duke West Campus

October 11, 2009
Cine-East East Asian Film Series: Spring in My Hometown
8:00 pm
White Hall, Duke East Campus

September 30, 2009
Cine-East East Asian Film Series: Rouge
8:00 pm
Griffith Theater (Bryan Center) Duke West Campus

September 25, 2009
Speaker Series - Jason McGrath, Associate Professor, Department of Asian Languages and Literatures
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
"The Libidinal (a)political: Repression, Masochism, and Generic Residua in Contemporary Chinese Cinema"
3:00–4:30 pm
Breedlove Room (204 Perkins Library) Duke West Campus

September 9, 2009
Cine-East East Asian Film Series: Meishi Street and The Gangster's God (Double Feature documentary films)
7:00 pm
White Hall, Duke East Campus

September 1, 2009
Speaker Series - Wen-shan Yang, Professor and Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Sociology and Program for Historical Demography, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
"Light at the End of the Tunnel: Can Uxorilocal Marriage Solve the Problem of Sex Ratio Imbalance in China? Lessons from the Historical Experience of Taiwan"
3:00–4:30 pm
McKinney Room (329 Sociology/Psychology) Duke West Campus



 

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