*The 2018 Poetry and Mini-Fiction Contest is underway. Student submissions are due Monday, April 2 and can be completed online here: http://tinyurl.com/hr3wkzx Really nice prizes are presented at the Department Awards Lunch on May 1.
*Katherine Bowie, President of the Association for Asian Studies and Professor of Anthropology at UW-Madison, presents an Asian Studies Spring Seminar on April 3, from 11:30-1:00p.m. in the Harmon Room, Library, Lunch will be served.
*Colloquium on China Lecture Series: Dr. Caroline Frank, American Studies, Brown University. Thursday April 5, Carnegie 206, 5:00-6:30 p.m. “Rebellion, Sovereignty, and An East Indies Trade for a New Nation.”
*Capstone Presentations are April 17 and April 19, ArtCom 102, starting at 4:45 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
Chinese Language and Culture Major Requirements and Japanese Language and Culture Major Requirements have been revised. Starting in Fall 2018, students will develop a major plan with a focus on Chinese or Japanese Language and Culture in consultation with an advisor. All plans will include no fewer than 8 courses (32 credits). Students majoring in either discipline will attain language proficiency, complete a minimum of four country-focused content courses, successfully complete a Study Away experience, and will complete a Capstone course or honors thesis. Students should contact their advisor with questions.