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East Asia is home to almost a quarter of the world's population and accounts for a fifth of its economic activity. Chinese, by a large margin, is the most widely spoken language on Earth. But its size and economic standing are by no means the only reasons for studying the region. Few areas of the world combine the length of history and the contemporary dynamism of East Asia. Home to one of the world's oldest, richest and most diverse stores of cultural expression, East Asia plays a crucial role in shaping world culture—today as it has for centuries past.

The Department of East Asian Studies offers students the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the histories, cultures, and societies of this fascinating and critically important part of the world.

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The Return of the Vanishing Formosan

Talons and Fangs of the Eastern Han Warlords

The Ghost of Liaozhai: Pu Songling's Ghostlore and Its History of Reception

Cultural Expressions of Tokugawa Japan and Chosŏn Korea: an Analysis of the Korean Embassies in the Eighteenth Century

Migrant and Border Subjects in Late Choson Korea


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