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Jul 27 2020
Zoë Gioja, M.A. '19, graduated last year with a master’s degree in East Asian Studies. During her time at Stanford, Zoë’s research centered on the history of the Women’s Bureau in Korea, which was established under U.S. military government following the end of World War II. “The research topic I...
Jun 25 2020
Sasha Chanko, M.A. '21, is pursuing his master’s degree at the Center for East Asian Studies. At Stanford, Sasha’s research centers on a combination of religious studies, history and international relation, with a focus on secularization in contemporary Japan and how it is affecting Buddhist...
Jun 24 2020
In an effort to build community and connection during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Center for East Asian Studies invited alumni, students and visitors to share personal narratives of how the pandemic is impacting their work and community. Check out one these spotlights from our community below.
Jun 22 2020
Won-Gi Jung (BA '20, History and East Asian Studies) was awarded the 9th annual Korea Program Prize for Writing in Korean Studies, for his paper "The Making of Chinatown: Chinese migrants and the production of criminal space in 1920s Colonial Seoul."