IASA cosponsored Summer Workshop “Studies of Asian Arts, Religion, and History” was held successfully in Fudan University, June 23 – July 3, 2015

Annual Summer Workshop “Studies of Asian Arts, Religion, and History”, sponsored by National Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies, Fudan University, cosponsored by East Asian Studies Department and Program, Princeton University and Institute for the Advanced Study of Asia, the University of Tokyo, completed all of its courses on July 3, 2015.
Professor Yasushi OKI (Institute for the Advanced Study of Asia) gave a 3-hour-lecture on June 27, titled “Publishing and Literature in Late Ming Dynasty”. Discussion among the participants lasted for two hours afterwards.
This year’s Participants are 40 graduate students who are specialized in Asian studies. Some of the participants from Princeton University, Yale University, Heidelberg University and other universities in the US and Europe. There are also participants from Fudan University, the University of Tokyo and Hiroshima University in Japan, Seoul University and Yonsei University in South Korea etc.
Participants asked many questions, made fruitful discussions at each seminar. They also visited Shanghai Museum, Jiading Confucius Temple, Xujiahui St. Ignatius Cathedral between seminars. On the final day, all of the participants made academic presentations on Asian studies and obtained certificates of completions at the graduation ceremony,. This summer workshop will be held again next year. Students from universities in different regions are welcomed to join us.


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