Student-faculty research team travels to China to examine what happens to Chinese villages in the wake of mass out-migration to urban centers.
Think creative writing is hard? Try writing in a non-native language! Mina Nguyen ’19 loves the challenge, and she's learning, tutoring and translating in several languages too.
Graduating senior earns teaching job with Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program.
Yoko Tawada to read excerpts of her novels, poems and essays in Japanese and German, with English translations.
Leigh Parrott ’18 has found a way to deeply explore all of her passions at Dickinson, from music and literature to East Asian languages and astronomy.
Flaherty Lecture brings a changing mental health landscape to light.
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.
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