A new series where we ask our instructors about their early lives, career development and proudest accomplishments. Our fifth interview features Dr. Peter Nosco, Professor in Japanese History and Culture. Quick Facts Dr. Peter Nosco has been teaching at UBC since 2003 Published in (co-ed. with Simone Chambers), Dissent on Core Beliefs: Religious and Secular Perspectives (Cambridge Univ. […]
Back by popular demand, the Department of Asian Studies will be doing another limited run of our Asian Studies Letterman jackets (last ordered in 2014)! As we will only be ordering 50, pre-order a jacket today to make sure that you get one. Also, with pre-order, you can get your name or a message custom […]
Some 250 campus and community members showed up on the rainy evening of November 22 at the Frederic Wood Theatre for a screening of Yellowing, a mesmerizing documentary about the 2014 Umbrella Movement of Hong Kong.
On Saturday November 19, 2016, the BC “Chinese Bridge” Mandarin Singing Contest for University Students was held at UBC. About 60 students from eight post-secondary institutions over BC participated in the contest. Out of the 18 prizes in total, UBC students won 9 of them. Congratulations to all the prize winners and every UBC student […]
A new series where we ask our instructors about their early lives, career development and proudest accomplishments. Our third interview features Dr. Bruce Fulton, Associate Professor in Korean literature and literary translation.
I study the political and intellectual history of early China. My dissertation is focused on the period of about 300 BCE. This was a period of history when people were beginning to ask some fascinating and original questions about some big topics that we’re still struggling with today: how to organize a state, how to balance individual desires with collective needs, and what it means to be ethical during a period of upheaval.