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East Asia National Resource Center

The University of Michigan East Asia National Resource Center is the co-effort of the Nam Center for Korean Studies, the Center for Japanese Studies, and the Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies

Upcoming Activities

Registration Now Open!

2018 Professional Development Workshop on Teaching about East Asia | Music for the Masses: History, Culture and Social Change in East Asia Through Song & Melody

Friday, May 4, 4:30-9pm and Saturday, May 5, 9-4pm

Participants are strongly encouraged to attend programming for both days, but it is possible to attend only the Friday or Saturday session.

This University of Michigan East Asia centers at the International Institute are offering a two-day immersion workshop to support educators in deepening their skills and knowledge in teaching about East Asia! This year’s workshop will focus on music as a tool for learning and approaching the study of social movements, culture, attitudes and trends in East Asia.

Read more about the workshop.

Past Activities

University of Michigan Professional Networking Conference for Master’s Students in East Asian Studies

April 13-14, 2018

The University of Michigan Professional Networking Conference for Master’s Students in East Asian Studies is a two-day conference that provides participating MA students an opportunity to share research with their peers and network with leading professionals active in East Asia. Participants will not only build presentation experience, but also gain valuable insight into post-graduation paths available to them in both the academic and professional spheres.

Read more about this conference.