Lecture by Deberniere Janet Torrey (Assistant Professor of World Languages and Cultures, University of Utah) will be coming to FIU to speak on "The Origins of Christianity in Korea" on Monday, January 23, 2017 from 11:00-12:00 PM in DM 190. Click here to view the flyer.
Learn about all things Asian related at FIU and have fun doing so. Visit the Asian related club and department tables. Games, Music, Martial Arts Demonstrations, Prizes and More.
Check out the video from last semester's event!
Dr. Morten Schlütter is Associate Professor of Chinese Religion and Buddhist Studies at the University of Iowa and Director of Center for Asia-Pacific Studies. He will be giving a lecture on "Chinese Religion and Society" on Monday, February 13, 2017
Join us for a day of celebration for the 2017 Chinese New Year! The Year of the Rooster will be a powerful one, with no middle of the road when it comes to moving forward. This event is free and open to the public. Dinner will be provided. Please invite your friends and family members to join us.
Take a trip to old Japan with William Scott Wilson as he travels the ancient Kiso Road, a legendary route that remains much the same today as it was hundreds of years ago. The Kisoji, which runs through the Kiso Valley in the Japanese Alps, has been in use since at least 701 C.E. In the seventeenth century, it was the route that the daimyo (warlords) used for their biennial trips— along with their samurai and porters— to the new capital of Edo (now Tokyo). The natural beauty of the route is reno
Have you ever wanted to go to an academic conference or present your research to peers?
Conferences open your world to new ideas and ways to do your research as well you the ability to network with people in your field.
Join us for the opening reception of an exhibition featuring beautiful reproductions of the powerful art of Romio Shrestha. Shrestha's work reflects the living Nepalese and Tibetan artistic tradition of creating elaborate scroll painitngs (thangka) as a support for meditation and inner contemplation. Click on the flyer for more details.
Join us for a timely and compelling conversation with Japanese Fulbright Scholars who will share their thoughts on Japan's current and dynamic process of reinvention. Topics covered include: current challenges, women's empowerment, environmental law and corporate innovation. Sponsored by the Green School, the Asian Studies Program and the Consulate General of Japan in Miami.
Our first Cool Japan event in the spring of 2016 went amazingly so we have decided to do it again this year. The event is in collaboration with a number of the other Asian related clubs as well as the Japanese Consulate and will feature Japanese pop culture and traditional elements.
The Asian Studies Graduate Student Organization is working with the Film Department to continue our screening series with the 2nd film in the award winning trilogy about Musashi Miyamoto. Afterwards stay for the karaoke. Snacks will be served. Click for more info. on the event.
Recent events highlighted the remarkable achievements of two outstanding Jewish singer-songwriters, Bob Dylan, the Nobel Laureate for Literature in 2016, and Leonard Cohen, who passed away a few weeks after the prize was announced. This event features an introduction by Distinguished Prof. Tudor Parfitt, lectures on Dylan by Dr. Steven Heine and on Cohen by UC-Santa Barbara Dr. Elliott R. Wolfson. Musical accompaniment by Aaron Fishbein will feature songs by Dylan and Cohen.
The Asian Studies Graduate Student Organization and the Japan Club invites all FIU students to come enjoy an evening together culminating the end of the spring semester. Come say goodbye to all those whom are graduating. Food and drinks will be served.
The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens proudly announces the establishment of a yearly Japanese traditional music education program. Join renowned professional musicians, koto player Dr. Joseph Gashō Amato and shakuhachi player Professor Christopher Yohmei Blasdel at FIU for a special presentation. Learn about Japanese traditional musical instruments, the 13-string koto and shakuhachi, with our visiting artists. Observe and hear a demonstration of the instruments by Dr. Minako Waseda.
Fall 2017 courses can now be viewed on our website. For questions or concerns about registration or general advising, please make an appointment with an advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 305-348-1914.
Join us for the Fall 2017 Asian Studies Reception!
All Faculty and Students are welcome.
At 2:30 PM, Dr. Steven Heine will be announcing the new recipient of the Omar K. Carrion Scholarship.
Food and Refreshments will be served.
For questions, please contact Asian Studies at 305-348-1914 or email@example.com.