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Events: Triangle East Asia Colloquium
The Triangle East Asia Colloquium (TEAC) was established in 1972 to promote dialogue and collaboration between East Asian studies faculty at the three major research universities in the Triangle Area-Duke University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. TEAC has since expanded to include East Asian specialists and other interested scholars from across North Carolina and the Southeast.
Faculty at the three Triangle universities take turns in organizing the TEAC annual conference. Financial support is provided by the three founding universities and by the Department of Education Title VI grant. The Asian/Pacific Studies Institute provides administrative support for TEAC.
The 2015 TEAC is "Chinese and Comparative Legal Histories Memorial Symposium in Honor of Jonathan K. Ocko". Jonathan Ocko (May 29, 1946 - Jan 22, 2015), was a renowned historian of modern China and esteemed professor at NC State University. TEAC 2015 is organized by Professor Nicole Barnes, Duke University and is scheduled for April 13, 2015, Thomas Room in Lilly Library, 1:00-5:30pm.
"Sex Work and Trafficking in East Asia"
February 8, 2014
Organized by North Carolina State University
Withers 331, NC State University
Registration (now closed)
"Art about Art in East Asia"
April 12-13, 2013
Organized by Dr. Wei-Cheng Lin and Dr. Li-ling Hsiao, UNC-Chapel Hill
Ackland Museum of Art, UNC-Chapel Hill
"China and the World"
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Organized by Sucheta Mazumdar, Department of History, Duke University
Boyd Seminar Room, 229 Carr Building, Duke University East Campus
"Recent Trends in the Study of Science and Technology in East Asia"
April 30, 2011
Organized by David Ambaras and Jonathan Ocko, Department of HIstory, North Carolina State University
Withers 331 on the NC State campus.
"Animals in East Asian History and Culture"
April 16 and 17, 2010
Organized by Barbara Ambros, Department of Religious Studies, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
University of North Carolina, Saunders Hall, Room 220