Newsletter

Current Newsletter

Fall 2016 Edition

  • Includes information on the "Tokyo: High City and Low City" NEH Summer Institute, the Japan Foundation's Institutional Project Support Program Grant Activities, student accomplishments and awards (including the Omar K. Carrion Scholarship), Undergraduate/Graduate Student and Alumni News, as well as a spotlight on Dr. Asuka Mashav, and other faculty news.

Past Newsletters

Fall 2015 Edition

  • Includes information on the new National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Grant, the Japan Foundation's Institutional Project Support Program Grant, student accomplishments (including a Worlds Ahead graduate), Undergraduate/Graduate Student and Alumni News, as well as a spotlight on Dr. Amy Marshall and Dr. Hitomi Yoshio, and other faculty news.

Fall 2014 Edition

  • Includes information on the Japan Foundation's Institutional Project Support Program Grant, Dr. Amy Marshall as new Japanese History Assistant Professor, the new Chinese Area Studies major, student accomplishments (including a Worlds Ahead graduate), Undergraduate/Graduate Student and Alumni News, as well as a spotlight on Dr. Li Ma (Mali), Naoko Komura, Dr. Bin Xu, and other faculty news.

Fall 2013 Edition

  • Includes information on the Japan Foundation's Institutional Project Support Program Grant, new Asian World Affairs Track, student accomplishments (including two Worlds Ahead graduates), Dr. Shenggao Wang as new Chinese Instructor, Iwami Kagura Japanese Shinto Dance Performance, Linguistics Symposium, as well as a spotlight on Dr. Julie Zeng and other faculty news.

Fall 2012 Edition

  • Includes information on the new Japanese Area Studies Major, conference on Zen Master Dōgen, the joint Southern Japan Seminar & Midwest Japan Seminar, student news and achievements, including a Worlds Ahead graduate, and a faculty spotlight on Masako Kubota.

Fall 2011 Edition

  • Includes information on the new Chinese Studies Professors, FIU as the new Florida Center for NCTA, the Japan Teach-In, the new Chinese Studies Teaching Assistantship, student news and achievements, and a faculty spotlight on Dr. Nathan Katz.

Fall 2010 Edition

  • Includes information on the Board of Governors’ Program Review process, NCTA Summer Session, student news, and a faculty spotlight on Dr. Matthew Marr.

Fall 2009 Edition

  • Includes information on new home within the School of International and Public Affairs, student news, and a faculty spotlight on Naoko Komura.

Fall 2008 Edition

  • Includes information on new Dual Asian Studies MA/International Relations PhD, student news, and a faculty spotlight on Li Ma.

Fall 2007 Edition

  • Includes information on Asian Studies Grant activity, Dr. Heine's Emperor Award, student news, and a faculty spotlight on Andrea Mantell-Seidel.

Fall 2006 Edition

  • Includes information on the launch of the Asian Studies M.A. Program, student news, and a faculty spotlight on Laura Nenzi.