Emily Baum, a scholar of modern Chinese history, focuses on mental illness in early 20th century China in Dickinson’s annual Flaherty Lecture in Asian Studies.
Experts in military strategy, national security and Korean culture will share ideas regarding the current situation on the Korean Peninsula.
Journalists often seek out Dickinson professors for expert commentary and analysis on a range of important issues.
International directors, writers, performing artists and scholars bring the world to campus and into the classroom.
The author of a new book on Hollywood’s partnerships with China visits Dickinson for a special lecture.
After dancing barefoot on contaminated ground, Eiko Otake delivers searing, otherworldly performances on campus, presenting work that's transformed her four-decade career.
Acclaimed performance artist Eiko Otake will perform in several locations on Dickinson's campus.
Dickinson professors leave the classroom far below for a dizzying hobby.
The 2016-17 Flaherty lecturer took a hard look at American views of Asia and its peoples, as reflected in, and shaped by, the politics and work of Clint Eastwood.
New Scholar Garden transforms a flat stretch of grass into an inviting new space.
Internationally acclaimed American musician Kenny Endo returns to Dickinson for a concert and taiko drumming workshop.
The Peking opera is coming to campus, presenting a thrilling blend of song, traditional music, storytelling, choreography, acrobatics, dramatic costume and makeup, and martial arts.
Kenny Endo brings his 40th-anniversary tour to Dickinson for a special performance in Japanese drumming.
The Italian Club takes on the East Asian studies department in the ultimate culinary showdown.
Drummer and East Asian studies major Alex Dillon ’17 discusses his college-decision process, the unexpected joy of dance and the importance of appreciating others’ creativity.
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