Susan Blakeley Klein participated in a podcast discussing her new book, Dancing the Dharma: Religious and Political Allegory in Japanese Noh Theater, for the New Books Network: New Books in Japanese Studies podcast series hosted by Jingyi Li, PhD candidate in Japanese History at University of Arizona.
(To access the podcast click on the link above.)
Hu Ying, Professor of Chinese, participated in the recent podcast 'Literature Out Loud' on the Chinese author Xue Yiwei, whose book Traveling with Marco Polo she is translating.
Pedagogical Innovation and Development Excellence Award
Ruohmei Hsieh, our Chinese Academic Coordinator, is the inaugural
recipient of the Pedagogical Innovation and Development Excellence Award for 2020-21, a newly instituted award in the School of Humanities.
Faculty Mentor Program Fellowship
Kristina Horn just received the Faculty Mentor Program Fellowship, one of only two given campus-wide.
Sara Newsome and Adam Reynolds received the prestigeous Fulbright Fellowships and are heading off to Japan in the fall.
This Women's History Month, meet UCI women who are shaping the future
Is the ocean the next frontier for humanities research? What happens if we embrace the ocean as a medium of exchange? Nature : Mono, an Environmental Humanities Podcast, asks these questions in its first season, titled "Oceanic Japan." Join Jon L Pitt, Assistant Professor as he interviews a range of academic scholars who engage with the notion of "Oceanic Japan." Visit: naturemono.com
2021 is the Year of the Ox. We invite you to join us to virtually celebrate the 2021 Lunar New Year event, put together by students and instructors in Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese. We hope you enjoy the video and wishing you a wonderful New Year!