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CEAS Electronic Publications on KU ScholarWorks

CEAS Electronic Publications

The Center for East Asian Studies has been publishing works by KU East Asia faculty as well as other scholars since 1962. In recent years, our publications have been digital and housed on KU ScholarWorks, an open access site managed by the KU libraries. The East Asia Library has digitized past publications and posted them on KU ScholarWorks, so now all past CEAS scholarly publications can be found in digital form using the links below. You can do a general search of our publications, or you can go straight to a list of CEAS publications arranged by subject.

CEAS Faculty Publications

KU ScholarWorks also houses open access digital versions of the works of CEAS faculty originally published elsewhere (see CEAS Faculty Works below).

Language Text Series

The Language Text Series is a series of readers originally compiled by Professor Wallace Johnson, and updated and edited by his colleagues following his death. These readers are designed to introduce students to Chinese language scholarship in the fields of art history, history, international relations, literature, sociology-anthropology, and law with an eye to helping students become familiar with the specialized Chinese language vocabulary in their fields.

Journal of Asian Legal History

The Journal of Asian Legal History was a digital journal published by Professor Wallace Johnson until his death in 2007.

Uyghur Textbook

Our most widely used digital publication is our Uyghur language textbook written by Engesaeth Tarjei, Mahire Yakup and Arienne Dwyer, the production of which was supported by Title VI funds from the Department of Education.

 

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Events
SWCAS & MCAA Joint Conference, 2014

CEAS will host a joint conference of the Southwest Conference of Asian Studies (SWCAS) &
the Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs (MCAA) in Lawrence, KS on October 3-5, 2014

Follow this link for more information.

Follow this link for registration.

Program Chair: J. Megan Greene, mgreene@ku.edu

New M.A. Program

The Center for East Asian Studies (CEAS) at The University of Kansas is offering a new M.A. program in Contemporary East Asian Studies, beginning in the 2014-2015 academic year. Full-time students with prior East Asian language training will be able to complete the degree within 12 months. For more information about this M.A. program including specific requirements for admission, visit www.ceas.ku.edu/degrees, or contact Ayako Mizumura, Assistant Director of CEAS, by email (ceasma@ku.edu) or call 785-864-1478. You can also download our program flyer (PDF) Please share this information with your friends, colleagues and students! We are looking forward to hearing from you.

New CEAS Study Abroad Program

The University of Kansas recently participated in the Kakehashi Project-Bridge for Tomorrow, a 10-day study abroad trip to Japan for 23 students from Kansas universities. In the 2014-15 school year CEAS will host a group of students from Japan.

The KU School of Arts has a few photos from a course this summer on Papermaking & Printmaking in Japan. Take a look!
KU School Of The Arts
I love wandering the halls of the KU Department of Visual Art in the Art & Design Building. There's always so many interesting things to see. Here are a few gems to see now from the summer class, Papermaking & Printmaking in Japan.

KU student tricks monkey flower into growing protective ‘hair’ Thanks to a KU Undergraduate Research Award (see more at http://ugresearch.ku.edu/student/fund/ugra), Sukhindervir Sandhu, a KU junior in biochemistry, figured out which genetic button to push to get a monkey flower, or Mimulus guttatus, to grow protective trichomes, or plant hair. Sandhu was able to track it down to a gene called SKP-1. By silencing SKP-1, he discovered that gene regulates plant hair growth in monkey flowers.


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