The Center for East Asian Studies (CEAS) is one of the most active interdisciplinary programs on the Stanford campus. A designated Department of Education Comprehensive East Asia National Resource Center, CEAS works with all schools, departments, research centers, and student groups to facilitate and enhance all aspects of East Asia-related research, teaching, outreach and exchange across the Stanford campus. Our vibrant M.A. degree program, active schedule of public lectures and colloquia, competitive student grants, and K-16 outreach programs provide Stanford and the greater peninsula community with a wealth of resources for research on and learning about East Asia.

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CEAS Postdoc Publishes Article

Rebecca Corbett, Postdoctoral Fellow in Japanese Studies at CEAS (2013-2015), published "Crafting Identity as a Tea Practitioner in Early Modern Japan: Otagaki Rengetsu and Tagami Kikusha" in the U.S.-Japan Women's Journal.

Stanford Partners with Community Colleges to Internationalize Curriculum

How does a community college instructor begin to tackle a lack of global awareness exhibited by her students? She spends an afternoon at Stanford with leading faculty and experts, as well as other community college faculty, to discuss issues of importance to the global community.


Monday, October 12, 2015

Do Parliaments Help or Hurt Economic Progress in Democratizing Countries? The Case of Myanmar, with Notes on Indonesia
Lex Rieffel

Thursday, October 15, 2015

FILM SCREENING--Eddie Adams: Saigon '68 (18 min) US/Vietnam

Thursday, October 22, 2015

FILM SCREENING--Tashi and the Monk (40 min) Bhutan/India/Nepal/Tibet

Friday, October 23, 2015

FILM SCREENING--My Dad's a Rocker (29 min) China

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

RICSRE Faculty Seminar Series - “The LONG History of America-China Relations”
Gordon Chang

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

New Trends in the North Korean Fiction Which Emerged with the Rise of Kim Jong Un
Tatiana Gabroussenko

CEAS events for this academic year are finished. Forthcoming events will be announced in early September.