Sponsored by the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, the East Asian Studies Workshop aims at promoting intra- and inter-departmental communication among faculty, graduate students, and visiting scholars who share research and teaching interests in East Asia in the Stanford community. In particular, it is intended to foster stronger ties between EALC faculty and graduate students across the China-Japan-Korea divide as well as greater cross-disciplinary exchange among East Asian Studies scholars across the humanities and social science disciplines, including literature, linguistics, history, art history, religion, philosophy, anthropology, sociology, and political science. It is also intended to enhance graduate student professionalization. The workshop meets once a month during the academic year and engage in a variety of activities determined by its participants.
Our workshops can be found on our Events webpage, beginning with "EAS Workshop." If you might not be able to attend this session but have suggestions you would like to make for future workshop activities, please feel free to email your ideas to our 2020-21 faculty sponsor Haiyan Lee (http://email@example.com) and graduate student coordinators, Maciej Kurzynski (http://firstname.lastname@example.org) and Lin Meng-Walsh (http://email@example.com). For those interested, you may also request to join our mailing list so that you are aware of any upcoming events: https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/eas-workshop