This workshop will bring together scholars, community historians, librarians, archivists, curators, digital humanities experts and students to develop a South Asian Canadian Digital Archive (SACDA) and a network of South Asian Canadian Studies.
All transfer and returning Arts Undergraduate students are welcome to join us for our Welcome Back Lunch on Imagine Day (2nd, 3rd and 4th years). Come learn about the Asian Studies Experience and join the Asian Studies community.
The University of British Columbia’s Department of Asian Studies Presents a Conversation Titled: Virtual Ninja Manifesto: Ethics, Violence, Video Games, and Martial Arts Educated in Cambridge, Keio (Tokyo), and Oxford Universities, host Chris Goto-Jones is Professor in Philosophy and Dean of Humanities at the University of Victoria. He is also a Professorial Research Fellow at […]
This year’s lecture, titled “UK wartime training in Japanese, the importance of being able to read Oshima Hiroshi’s despatches to Tokyo and why it was all kept secret so long,” will be held on November 16th and feature guest speaker Dr. Peter Kornicki (Cambridge University). Thursday, November 16, 2017 Time: TBA Asian Centre Auditorium, 1871 […]
The conference focuses on new advances in Cantonese Linguistics, including new approaches to theory and data, methodologies, and applications. New research on geographical variations, overseas speaker communities, and pedagogical issues are especially welcome.