On display until October 1, 2019 at the I.K. Barber Learning Centre (1st floor): Curated by Dr. Anne Murphy and CISAR Research Associate Raghavendra Rao K.V. The works on view on the ground floor of the I.K. Barber Learning Centre resulted from a series of residencies and exhibitions in India and the UK in 2018-9 […]
Each summer, the UBC Himalaya Program hosts a set of community-engaged Nepali and Tibetan language courses. These courses that blended classroom instruction with experiential learning off-campus at various Nepali and Tibetan community sites. Catch a glimpse at what these innovative courses are like!
What could “secularity” mean in the case of Bhutan? Khyentse Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow Dagmar Schwerk’s explores the relationship between religion and politics and “secularity” in pre-modern and modern Bhutan.
UBC’s Asian Studies’ faculty, staff and students were saddened to hear of the recent passing of Alireza Ahmadian. Alireza was a passionate supporter of our initiative to establish Persian Language and Iranian Studies within the Department, with which he first became acquainted in 2010 as an enthusiastic undergraduate student. Our Head of Department, Professor Ross […]
To practice their Korean language skills and learn more about Korean culture, the class visited the English Language Institute and shared their experiences about learning a new language and culture with nine Korean students who voluntarily attended the event.
Interested in what you can do with a degree in Asian Studies? For our new video series, our Asian Studies students interview alumni on their career path, how they became interested in Asian Studies and for any advice they would give to current students. In this episode, fourth year Student Mason Leung (BA'20) interviews alumnus Zining Wang (BA '18).
Interested in what you can do with a degree in Asian Studies? For our new video series, our Asian Studies students interview alumni on their career path, how they became interested in Asian Studies and for any advice they would give to current students. In this episode, fourth year Honours Student Elliot Cheung interviews alumnus Jimmy Mitchell (MA '95).