Public Programs on Asia
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Sat, April 5, 9:30 AM
Dr. Kenneth Brashier, Reed College
Chinese Hell Scrolls: Retribution, Ruin & Rebirth Illustrated
TUE, April 8, 6 PM
Dr. Cemil Aydin, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Understanding Muslim Admirers of Japan's Shinto Emperor: Entangled Histories of the Middle East and East Asia in the Age of Modern Empires 1939-1919
TH, April 17, 6 PM
Dr. Charles Keyes, Professor Emeritus, University of Washington
Asian There, Asian-Amaerican Here: Ethnicity in SE Asia and the USA
TH, April 24, 6:00 PM
Dr. John Breen, Int'l Research Centre for Japanese Studies, Kyoto, Japan
The Significance of Ise Shrine to Japanese History
Sat, MAY 3, 9:30 AM
Dr. Tracy Prince, Portland State Univ
Portland's Other Historic Chinese Garden: Organic Vegetables Farmers
Sat, June 14, 9:30 AM
Dr. Elise Wong, Essential Family Medicine
Chinese Medicine for Spring
Showcasing PSU public programs on Asia, exploring everything from current scholarly research to local and global perspectives on current affairs and cultural experiences; book talks and readings to demonstrations, workshops, and cultural presentations; visual art exhibitions to Asian film and performing arts.
A twice yearly lecture series featuring the success stories of local experienced professionals who engage with Asia professionally through their work.
Featuring lectures, exhibitions, performances, films, cultural presentations, etc. With support from the PSU Korean Program Endowment Fund.
Public lectures and events focusing on China, sponsored or co-sponsored by the Institute for Asian Studies, often in collaboration with our campus and community partners.
An annual memorial lecture honoring PSU '93 alumna, Trena Gillette, and her pursuit of education, enthusiasm for learning, and keen interest in Korean and Asian Studies.
A monthy program series co-produced with the First Saturday Program Committee, showcasing an array of diverse, educational and inspiring presentations which focus on the art, architecture, gardens and historical culture of China and East Asia, highlighting connections with the Pacific Northwest.