The next Dean’s Symposium event will be “East Asian Studies” on Tuesday, Feb. 16 in the Center for the Arts (Building 1P), Room 223 from 2:30pm to 4:00pm.

This spring, we inaugurate CSI’s interdisciplinary program in East Asian Studies, and three faculty members will discuss their scholarly interests and recent work in the field. A cultural geographer discusses his research on the Japanese civilian experience of air raids in World War II, and how he has made that work accessible in a new book and a bilingual digital archive. A philosopher proposes that the sixth-century (BCE) teachings of Confucius can illuminate our 21st-century understanding of how to lead an ethical life. A historian analyzes how events of World War II and the early Cold War shaped the East Asia of today, and speculates about future developments.

More information is available online.

Join us for this CC CLUE event. Refreshments will be served.