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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.

Mailing Lists

CEAS Weekly Digest

A weekly email newsletter highlighting center events and announcements.

Graduate Student Announcements

Job postings, conference announcements and funding opportunities for graduate students across all disciplines with research interests in East Asia.

HORIZONS Alumni Newsletter

For Stanford alumni and anyone else wishing to keep up with current happenings in the Stanford East Asia community.
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Announcements

CEAS Postdoc publishes new article

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

2014 HORIZONS Alumni Newsletter

Read about the East Asia Library opening, new faculty publications, student awards and more!
> View Digital Magazine
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Visiting Scholar Spotlight

CEAS is delighted to have 10 visiting scholars on campus this spring. > READ MORE

Events

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

The Continuing Allure of Hayao Miyazaki
Frederik L. Schodt

Thursday, April 23, 2015

'In Manchuria' with Michael Meyer, award-winning author
Michael Meyer

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Developing Responsible Leaders in China: a Challenge for Business Schools?
Henri-Claude de Bettignies

Tuesday, May 05, 2015

Making a Rural Modern in Early Twentieth Century China
Kate Merkel-Hess

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Consuming Civility: Writings on Tea Culture for Women, 1720-1920
Rebecca Corbett

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Rivers to Railways: The Evolution of Manchuria into Northeast China
Cyrus Chen

> ALL EVENTS