SPRING 2014 EAS APPROVED COURSES (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
CANCELLED. WILL BE RESCHEDULED IN SEPTEMBER.
Friday, April 19, 2013, 12:00 pm, Seelye Hall 207. Park Kangho (Consul General of ROK in Boston) will give a lunchtime lecture on "The Uncommon, Common North Korea: The North Korean Situation Today." Pizza and beverages will be served. Get the Poster
New EAS cross listed course for fall 2013
ARH 223 (01): Architecture of East Asia
This course explores a diverse range of architecture in China, Japan, and Korea from ancient to contemporary times. We will investigate the major architectural types in East Asia--including cities, temples, palaces, gardens, and houses--as well as individual monuments, such as Japan's Himeji Castle and the 'Bird's Nest' Olympic stadium in Beijing. In addition to examining the architectural history of these sites, we will discuss thematic issues related to design, space, landscape, ritual, memory, and modernity. Students will also develop a deepened understanding of one aspect of East Asian architectural history through an in-depth research project on a well conceived topic.
Tuesday/Thursday, 9:00 to 10:20 AM
Instructor: Aurelia Campbell
sUMMER INTERNS and position opening
ChART Contemporary, a Beijing-based art curatorial lab, is seeking summer interns. The firm is also looking to hire a full-time assistant. For more information about ChART, see http://www.chartcontemporary.com.
If interested, email Mr. Gardner in EAS/HST at firstname.lastname@example.org
Aic seeks full-time education consultant
AIC is a growing education company focused on changing China's schools regionally and nationally. They operate out of nine cities across China (Beijing, Chengdu, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Shenzhen, Wuhan, Xi'an, Zhengzhou), primarily mentoring students one on one to develop their character, improve their writing abilities and help them understand universities in the United States. For more information and details on how to apply, please click on the link below. More information may also be had by visiting: www.jq-edu.com or at www.facebook.com/ARelations.
BLOG ON CHINESE ENVIRONMENT
Check out Professor Gardner's new blog on the Chinese environment and society: China Musings
internship openings with chart contemporary in Beijing
Info on Undergraduate Opportunities