These are just some highlights of recent faculty work exploring this region. For additional faculty publications, please visit the Brandeis Faculty Guide.
China's AIDS Response -- Critical Turning Points
by Joan Kaufman
Immortal Wishes: Labor and Transcendence on a Japanese Sacred Mountain
by Ellen Schattschneider
Renewing the Pacific Partnership
co-authored by Peter Petri
East Asia’s combination of dynamic economies and rich, ancient cultures makes this region the focus of intense interest at Brandeis. The community of people coming and going between Brandeis and the countries of the region is small enough to encourage close, collegial relations between students and faculty, and large enough to support high-quality colloquia and a variety of workshops, film series and clubs. There is faculty expertise in East Asian economics, politics, literature, anthropology and art. Study abroad to experience the cultures of the region and heighten language capabilities is a top priority of the growing East Asia Studies Program.
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