center for asian studies
The Center for Asian Studies at the University of California, Irvine is comprised of more than 40 interdisciplinary faculty members who study China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia and enhance the study of the many countries and cultures of Asia.
The center provides a forum for discussions across geographic and disciplinary boundaries both on campus and within the community.
Why Silicon Valley is NOT the Right Model for India's Tech Sector: Ethics, Politics, and Development Today
22 April, 2014
Kiang Lecture: Chin aur Hind: An Indian Subaltern's Travel Narrative of China in 1900-1901
1 May, 2014
11th Annual Kiang Lecture: “Chin aur Hind: An Indian Subaltern's Travel Narrative of China in 1900-1901'
1 May, 2014
Journalism from Below
22 October, 2014
Slumdogs vs. Millionaires: Inequality & Agrarian Distress in India
23 October, 2014
The controversy over a virtual Hajj for Muslims
7 October, 2014
Tom Boellstorff, anthropology professor, is quoted in Slate Oct. 7, 2014
On op-ed by Yang Su, sociology associate professor, is featured in the South China Morning Post Oct. 6, 2014
A clamp-down in crowded Beijing fails to stem migration
1 September, 2014
Wang Feng, sociology professor, is quoted in the Helsinki Times and Bloomberg News September 1, 2014