Center for Asian Studies
The Center for Asian Studies at UGA was established to promote research, teaching, and service on international and cross-cultural issues and problems in Asia.
The Center for Asian Studies exists to nurture and guide academic programs and exchanges, primarily on Asia , for students, faculty, and appropriate staff members. While these programs focus on language and area studies, they also involve students and faculty from law, business, agriculture, education, journalism, veterinary medicine, as well as the arts and sciences.
Series of Colloquium in Asian Studies
Special Lecture by Rongbin Han
- A special lecture on Combating Corruption Online: Citizen Participation and State Responses in China
Rongbin Han is an Assistant Professor in the Department of International Affairs, University of Georgia. He received his Ph.D. from University of California, Berkeley in 2012, under the supervision of Kevin J. O’Brien. He was born in East China’s Jiangsu Province and got his bachelor degree in International Studies from Peking University, Beijing, China. He also received a Master of Social Sciences from National University of Singapore in 2006.
♣ Time: Wednesday, September, 23rd, 2015, 3:30 PM
♣ Place: 102 MLC, UGA
Asian Film Studies: The Land of Many Palaces...More News>>
Center for Asian Studies launched the Asian Film Series at 214 Miller Learning Center on April 1, 2015 . The inaugural film chosen for this new series was The Land of Many Palaces, a documentary made in 2014 by Ting Song and Adam James Smith. Co-director Adam Smith attended this event and had a Q-&-A session with audience after the screening.