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April 11, 2012

Classical Music of North India – April 15, 2012

University of Oregon School of Music & Dance – World Music Series

CLASSICAL MUSIC OF NORTH INDIA
Celebrating the 90th anniversary of the birth of Ali Akbar Khan

Aashish Khan, sarod
Pranesh Khan, tabla

SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 3:00 PM.  BEALL CONCERT HALL.

Tickets:  $12 General Admission, $8 Students & Seniors.  Available from the UO Ticket Office (541-346-4363; tickets.uoregon.edu), or at the door.

For more information, contact Mark Levy at 541-346-2852 or mlevy@uoregon.edu

Co-sponsor:  Oregon Humanities Center’s Endowment for Public Outreach in the Arts, Sciences, and Humanities

Aashish and Pranesh Khan are the sons of the legendary Ustad Ali Akbar Khan (April 14, 1922 – June 18, 2009). Aashish, a faculty member at the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, is a master of the sarod, a plucked lute, which he learned from his illustrious grandfather (also the teacher of Ravi Shankar) Baba Allauddin Khan. Since the 1950s Aashish has performed throughout India and the world, and is considered to be one of the most distinguished musicians of the Seniya Beenkar and Seniya Rababiya Gharana music lineages. With Pandit Ravi Shankar, he has worked on many musical projects, including the films of Satyajit Ray, Sir Richard Attenborough’s “Gandhi,” and David Lean’s “A Passage to India.” Aashish has also collaborated with musicians such as George Harrison, Ringo Starr, and Eric Clapton. Aashish will be accompanied by his younger brother Pranesh Khan on the tabla. Pranesh was also initiated into music by his grandfather, and has had the honor of studying with acclaimed tabla masters Pandit Shankar Ghosh, Ustad Alla Rakha, Ustad Zakir Hussain, and Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri.

February 20, 2012

Addressing Violence in the Lives of South Asian Women

January 30, 2012

Lessons of Fukushima – Feb 24, 2012

The Center for Asian Studies and the Center for Sustainable Communities are pleased to inform you of an exciting event taking place at Willamette University next month: a two day symposium on the “Lessons of Fukushima” on February 24-25, 2012. It will take place Friday afternoon from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm and continue again on Saturday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. All events are in Paulus Lecture Hall, Rm. 201 at the Law School.

The keynote address will be delivered by Brett Walker at 3:15 pm on Friday Feb. 24th. He will be speaking on “The 3.11 Triple Disaster and Japan’s Environmental Past.”  Professor Walker is Regents Professor at Montana State University the author of several books including Toxic Archipelago: A History of Industrial Disease in Japan (2010), winner of the George Perkins Marsh Prize for Best Book in Environmental History.

A complete schedule of the symposium as well as abstracts of the papers to be presented may be found at: www.willamette.edu/events/fukushima

Symposium panels will address:
-the health and environmental implications of the March 11, 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster;
-the management of communication and information during this crisis and related events;
-the social and cultural responses to the crisis in Japan and beyond — including the testimony of members of our campus community;
-the politics of nuclear regulation and anti-nuclear advocacy;
and the role of charitable organizations, volunteers, Mercy Corps, and citizen groups in assisting recovery efforts.

The symposium is designed to be accessible to a general audience and the format is intended to foster conversations. On Saturday Feb. 25 from 10 am-2 pm WU students will be presiding over a family-friendly activity room next to Paulus Lecture Hall that will feature informational displays, documentary footage, and lessons in folding origami peace cranes. Please mark this important event on your calendar and help us to spread the word to students and community members alike.

For more information, please feel free to contact Warren Binford (Law) <wbinford@willamette.edu>, Ron Loftus (CLA) <rloftus@willamette.edu>, or Cecily McCaffrey (CLA) <cmccaffr@willamette.edu>.

January 24, 2012

CAPS Visiting Faculty/Courtesy Appointments Database

Current

2014

Xiaomei Cai, South China Normal University, China

Xiaohong Chen, Huaihua College, China

Yongrok Choi, Inha University, Korea

Min Hou, Foreign Language School At Taiyuan University, China

Suqing Hu, Hunan University, China

Heejung Jung, Chosun University, South Korea

Hyong-yol Kim, Dong-eui University, Korea

Young-Min Kim, Dongduk Women’s University, South Korea

Sanghyun Kim, Kyungpook National University, South Korea

Jeongwong Lee, Kyonggi University, Korea

John Lehman, University of Aslaska Fairbanks, USA

Chunmei Li, South China Normal University, China

Haixia Li, Shanghai University, China

Misao Makino, American International Institute of Educational Research, Japan

Byungchae Rhee, Chungnam National University, South Korea

Song Nai Rhee, Northwest Christian University, Japan

Ji Hyun Song, Anyang University, Korea

Rui Guo, Xuzhou Kindergarten Teachers College, China

2013

Byungchae Rhee, Chungnam National University, South Korea

Sang Hyuk Park, TV Producer, South Korea

Sangtaek Lim, Pusan National University, South Korea

Chunmei Li, South China Normal University, China

Hosuk Choi, Pukyong National University, South Korea

Mary Erbaugh, Independent Scholar, USA

Seokwoo Kim, University of Seoul, Korea

Soo Jin Kim, Dongyang Mirae University, Korea

Ann Wetherell, Portland State University, USA

Joon Youn Kim, Korean University, South Korea

Youngsoo Goh, Tezukayama University, Japan

Jeong-Young Seong, Chungbuk National University, South Korea

Kyu Yeol Park, University of Ulsan, South Korea

Tong Wen, Jinan University, China

Tsutomu Hattori, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan

Jong-Ho Lee, Korea University Business School, South Korea

2012

Sangtaek Lim, Pusan National University, South Korea

2011

Hua Wang, Jinan University, China

Jun Kyung Ryu, Sungshin Women’s University, South Korea

Jiho Jang, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea

Taik-young Hamm, University of North Korean Studies, South Korea

Feng Yueran, Minzu University, China

Debasish Chaudhuri, Vivekenand International Foundation, India

Lori Meeks, University of Southern California, USA

Yeon Kwan Park, Chungwoon University, South Korea

Seong Keun Yi, Sungshin Women’s University, South Korea

2010

Yutong Yu, Peking University, China

Ann Wetherall, Portland State University, USA

Kyeong Kim, Hanyang Women’s College, South Korea

Rong Hu, Southwest China University, China

Lin Zhang, Dalian Maritime University, China

Eunhan Bae, Dankook University, South Korea

2009

Yu Hong Yao, Tongli University, China

Song Nai Rhee, Northwest Christian College, USA

Teruo Sakurada, Hannan University, Japan

Feng Dan, Sun Yat-sen University, China

Ming Hong, Minzu University, China

Sue Jean Kang, The Dong-A Daily Newspaper, South Korea

2008

Patricia Thorton, Portland State University, USA

Myung-hee Jim, Chungju National University, South Korea

Pat Lucas, University of China, China

Bruce Gilly, Portland State University, USA

Chaozhi Zhang, Sun Yat-sen University, China

Chuke Wu, Central University for Nationalities, China

Zhuoni Wang, Renmin University of China, China

Sang Duk Lee, Sunmoon University, South Korea

Jae-il Kwon, Seoul National University, South Korea

2007

Woo Soo Park, Hankuk University, South Korea

Cong Cao, Levin Graduate Institute of International Relations and Commerce, USA

Weihong Peng, Central University for Nationalities, China

Hua Hu, Chinese Women’s University, China

An Suk Son, Kanagawa University, Japan

Seong-Ryong Lee, National Election Commission, South Korea

Hyun Suk Cho, Seoul National University of Technology, South Korea

Tao Hu, State Environmental Protection Administration, China

2006

Young Rai Kim, Chungbuk National University, South Korea

Hei Jin Ahn, Dankook University, South Korea

Min-Yeong Jeong, Seowon University, South Korea

Yonghi Kim, National Election Commission, South Korea

Jae-Jin Lee, Hanyang University, South Korea

Hongdong Kim, Cultural Heritage Administration, Korean Government, South Korea

Young Mok Chung, Seoul National University, South Korea

2005

Mary Erbaugh, Univerity of Oregon, USA

2004

Chang-Suk Chung, Dongduk Women’s University, South Korea

Inheun Choi, Inha University, South Korea

Kyeung-Sin Park, University of Ulsan, South Korea

Moon Hyun Nam, Seoul Economic Daily, South Korea

2003

Bing Shi, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

2002

Feng Yi, Institute of East Asian Studies, France

Kojiro Nakamura, Yokohama National University, Japan

Young-Mi Kim, Sangmyung University, South Korea

Byung-chul Jung, Chonnam National University, South Korea

2001

Hou Zhen Ping, Xiamen University , China

Ichiji Ishii, House of Councillors, Japan

Dong-Ki MIN, National Assembly of Korea, South Korea

Ki-Sung Koo, National Assembly of Korea, South Korea

Joo Hong Kim, University of Ulsan, South Korea

Hong-Kyung Kim , Sungkyunkkwan University, South Korea

Choong-Sik KWON, Office for Government Policy Coordination, South Korea

Dong-Jin Son, Dongguk University, South Korea

Ravi Lonkani, Payap University, Thailand

2000

Tao Hu, State Environmental Protection Administration, China

Sirilaksana Khoman, Thammasat  University, Thailand

September 7, 2011

CAPS Small Grant Recipients

Spring 2011
Sunyoung Kim, EALL
$350

Ying Chen, Linguistics
$100

Ying Chen, Linguisticsuistics
$300

Faith Kreskey, Art History
$400

Rachel Wallner, Asian Studies
$400

Patrick Terry, EALL
$350

Kaori Idemaru, EALL
$300

Jean Wu, EALL
$200

Spring 2010

Maureece Levin, Anthropology
$200

Chengbei Zhang, Archaeology
$350

 

Linda Konnerth, Linguistics
$350

Rory Walsh, Anthropology
$200

Miwako Okigami, EALL
$180

Lucy Shultz, Philosophy
$350

Dan Wood, Linguisticsuistics
$280

Alisa Freedman, EALL
$280

Kathi Carpenter, International Studies
$350

Spring 2008

Maureece Levin, Anthropology
$300

Brian Butler, Linguistics
$250

Tam Nguyen, Linguistics
$250

Christopher Hagan, International Studies
$100

Shangrila Wynn, Environmental Studies/Geography
$400

Irina Shport, Linguistics
$200

Katherine Seikel, Anthropology
$300

Jonathan Edward Banks, Linguistics
$400

Alisa Freedman, EALL
$100

Spring 2007

Maureece Levin, Anthropology
$180

Russell Meeuf, Eng
$300

Miyoko Nakajima, EALL
$300

Katherine Seikel, Anthropology
$100

Yipeng Shen, EALL
$200

Irina Shport, Linguistics
$70

Daniel Wood, Linguistics
$200

Kun Yue, Linguistics
$400

Erin Cline, Phil
$400

Alisa Freedman, EALL
$400

Kimiko Tsukada, EALL
$200

Fall 2011

Wing Shan Ho, EALL
$450

Gennie Nguyen, Anthropology
$350

Gwendolyn Hyslop, Linguistics
$450

Yu Zhang, EALL
$200

Marjolijin Kaiser, EALL
$300

Irina Shport, Linguistics
$400

Kyle Shernuk, EALL
$300

Xiaoquan Raphael Zhang, EALL
$100

Gyoung-Ah Lee, Anthropology
$200

Fall 2009

Anna Pucilowski, Linguistics
$400

Bryna Tuft, EALL
$450

Gwendolyn Hyslop, Linguistics
$400

Daisuke Miyao, EALL
$250

Bob Felsing, Library
$400

Fall 2008

Tung-yi Kho, Sociology
$300

Wenjia Liu, EALL
$300

Daniel Wood, Linguistics
$200

Tristan Grunow, History
$200

Jean Wu, EALL
$200

Lamia Karim, Anthropology
$300

Alisa Freedman, EALL
$300

Daisuke Miyao, EALL
$300

Miwako Okigami, EALL
$350

Tam Nguyen, Linguistics
$200

Yipeng Shen, EALL
$250

Colleen Laird, EALL
$350

Ying Chen, Linguistics
$150

Kyoung-ho Kang, Linguistics
$150

Irina Shport, Linguistics
$150

Susan Guion, Linguistics
$200

Alisa Freedman, EALL
$100

Fall 2007

Brian Bogart,
$250

Daniel Wood,
$400

Linda Konnerth,
$400

Daisuke Miyao,
$350

Alisa Freedman,
$350

Fall 2006

Deanne Goforth, International Studies
$300

Colleen Laird, EALL
$400

Gwendolyn Lowes, Linguistics
$400

Tung-yi Kho, Sociology
$400

Irina Shport, Linguistics
$400

Biswarup Sen, Journalism
$400

Mark Levy, Music
$200

Jonathan Wei, Student Life
$100

2010-11 Events

2010-11 Events

Summer Term Events

Conference
The 23rd North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-23)
June 17-19, 2011
HEDCO Building, UO Campus
For more info, please click here.
Film Screening
“Enemies of the People:  One Man’s Journey to the Heart of the Killing Fields”
Thursday, June 30, 2011
Willamette Hall, Room 110
7:00 pm
For more information on the film, please  click here
Symposium
“China’s Revolution in Information Technology: Ethical Issues”
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
UO Law School – Room 142
7:30 pm
For more info, please click here.

 

Spring Term Events

Japan 199: New Japanese Cinema
Tuesdays at 7:00pm in Lillis 282
March 29: 5 Centimeters per Secon
April 5: Air Doll
April 12: Millennium Actress
April 19: Tokyo Sonata
April 26: About Her Brother
May 3: Shinobi: Heart Under Blade
May 10: Fish Story
May 17: Swing Girls
May 24: Yatterman
May 31: Summer Wars
Contact: alisaf@uoregon.edu
Jeremiah Lecture
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
“Challenging the 18th Amendment and the NRO (National Reconciliation Ordinance), or How to Stop the Cycle of Coup d’etats in Pakistan?”
Miangul Hassan Aurangzeb, Barrister-at-Law Advocate, Supreme Court of Pakistan
Gerlinger Lounge
4:00 pm
Cinema Pacific
Focus on China
April 6-10 2011
Please visit: cinemapacific.uoregon.edu
This event is cosponsored by the UO Confucius Institute.



China Food Studies Workshop
Monday, April 11, 2011

Panelists Include:
Ina Asim, History, University of Oregon
Daniel Buck, Geography, University of Oregon
Françoise Sabban, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
Mark Swislocki, Arts and Humanities, NYU Abu Dhabi
Joanna Waley-Cohen, History, NYU
Knight Library Browsing Room
1:00-3:30 pm  
This event is cosponsored by the UO Confucius Institute. 

 

 

 

 

Jeremiah Public Lecture
Monday, April 11, 2011
“Reflections on Pets in Twentieth Century China”
Mark Swislocki, Department of History, NYU Abu Dhabi
Knight Library Browsing Room
4:00 pm

Japan Disaster Relief Events
“Tragedy in Tohoku: A Roundtable Discussion of the Japanese Earthquake/Tsunami Disaster and its Aftermath”
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
3:30-5:00
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
Koto Concert featuring Mitsuki Dazai
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

These events are free and open to the public; donations will be collected for Mercy Corps’ Oregon Japan Relief Fund.
World Music Series
Friday, April 15, 2011
Classical Music of North India
Kartik Seshadri, sitar
Arup Chattopadhyay, tabla
Beall Concert Hall
8:00 pm This event is sponsored by the School of Music and Dance.
Jeremiah Public Lecture
Monday, April 18, 2011
“Drivers of Globalization: From the Developmental State to the Rise of Lead Firms in the Asian Newly Industrialized Economies”
Professor Henry Wai-chung Yeung,  Department of Geography, National University of Singapore
Knight Library Browsing Room
3:30 pm

This event is cosponsored by the Department of Geography and the Lundquist College of Business Center for Sustainable Business Practices.
“North Korea’s Politics of Survival”
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Mel Gurtov, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Portland State University Mills International Center  EMU
2:00 pm
This talk is presented by LiNK UO and cosponsored by the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies.
Shanghai EXPO 2010: Economy, Ecology, and the 2nd COming of Capitalism in China
Thursday, May 5, 2011
David Leiwei Li, Professor of English & Collins Professor of the Humanities
Browsing Room, Knight Library
12:00 pmSponsored by the UO Confucius Institute and Oregon Humanities Center.
“Project 85 as X-cultural Ecriture”
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Claire Huot, Department of Germanic, Slavic, and East Asian Studies, University of Calgary and Robert Majzels, Department of English, University of Calgary
EMU Gumwood Room
3:00 pmThis event is cosponsored by the UO Confucius Institute.
Jeremiah Public Lecture
Thursday, May 19, 2011
“Korea in the Japanese Colonial Gaze”
Taylor Atkins, Department of History, Northern Illinois University
McKenzie Hall, Room 375
3:30 pmThis event is cosponsored by the Department of History
Jeremiah Public Lecture
Thursday, May 26, 2011
“How Filipino Veterans Joined the Greatest Generation: Transnational Politics and Postcolonial Citizenship, 1945-2009”
Christopher Capozzola, Associate Professor of History, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Knight Library Browsing Room
3:30 pm

This event is cosponsored by the Department of Ethnic Studies and the Department of History.

Winter Term Events

Northwest China Council and World Affairs Council presents
Thursday, February 3, 2011
“The Role of Law in China’s Strained ‘Harmonious Society'”
Professor Margaret Lewis, Associate Professor, Seton Hall
UO White Stag  Building in Portland, Room 142/144
12:00 pm
This event is free, but please click here to register.

This event is supported by the National Committee on U.S.-Chin Relations’ Public Intellectuals Program, which is funded by the Henry Luce and C.V. Starr Foundations.  It is also sponsored by the UO’s National Resource Center for East Asian Studies.
Jeremiah Lecture
Monday, February 7, 2011
“Social, Cultural, and Linguistic Dimensions of Creative Language Use in China’s Internet”
Hongyin Tao, Chinese Language and Linguistics, UCLA
Knight Library Browsing Room
3:30 pmThis event is cosponsored by the UO Confucius Institute.
Jeremiah Lecture
Friday, February 18, 2011
“The Origins of Domesticated Water Buffalo in China: An Interdisciplinary Approach”
Li Liu, Sir Robert Ho Tung Professor in Chinese Archaeology, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Stanford University
Condon Hall, Room 204
4:00 pmThis event is cosponsored by the UO Confucius Institute.
Contemporary Chinese Cultural Studies
Tuesday, March 8 2011 at 12pm
“Imagining Atrocity: The Nanjing Massacre on Film and the Curious Case if Scarlet Rose.”
An Illustrated Talk by Michael Berry, Ph.D., UC Santa Barbara
Mills International CenterThis event is sponsored by the UO Confucius Institute.
The Robert D. Clark Honors College presents:
“Adopted Territory: Transnational Korean Adoptees and the Politics of Belonging”
Eleana J. Kim
Clark Honors College Library, 3rd floor Chapman Hall
Thursday, March 10, 2011 at 4pm

This event is sponsored by Clark Honors College, Center for Asian and Pacific Studies, Center for the Study of Women in Society, Global Oregon, Department of History, and CHC Kaleidoscope.
Author Talk
“Pop Culture from a Multipolar Japan”
Roland Kelts, Author and Journalist
Knight Library Browsing Room
March 10, 2011 at 4:00 pm

This event is cosponsored by the Department of East Asian Languages and Literature.

Fall Term Events

China Town Hall: Local Connections, National Reflections
Monday, October 18, 2010
University of Oregon White Stag Building – Portland
5:00 pm
For a complete schedule, please click here.This event is cosponsored by the UO Confucius Institute.
Taiwan Film Festival
October 20-22, 2010
Willamette Hall,  Room 110
For a complete festival schedule, please click here.
Lorwin Lectureship/Jeremiah Lecture
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
“Mass Weddings and Garment Factories: The Reintegration of the LTTE Women Fighters in Postwar Sri Lanka”
Cricket Keating, Women’s Studies, The Ohio State University
McKenzie Hall, Room 221
4:00 pm

 

CAPS/Asian Studies Annual Reception
Thursday, November 4, 2010
Mills International Center
3:30 – 5:00 pm
Jeremiah Lecture
Friday, November 5, 2010
“The Magic of Concepts: Wang Yanan and His 1930s Critique of Social Science”
Rebecca Karl, Associate Professor of East Asian Studies & History, New York University
McKenzie Hall, Room 375
12:00 pmThis event is cosponsored by the UO Confucius Institute.
Jeremiah Lecture
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
“All Disease Comes from the Heart: The Pivotal Role of the Emotions in Classical Chinese Medicine”
A talk by Heiner Fruehauf, PhD, Lac
McKenzie Hall, Room 229
5:30 pmThis event is cosponsored by the UO Confucius Institute.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Workshop Talk and Discussion
Saturday, November 20, 2010
“Modern Girl Culture and Working-Class Women in Interwar Japan”
Barbara Sato, Professor of History at Seikei University in Japan
McKenzie Hall, Room 375
1:00 pm

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