Preparing students for careers in academia and industry in East Asia for over 150 years
On May 21, 2019, Professor Christopher Atwood, Graduate Chair in EALC, received an honorary doctorate from National Mongolia University.
With the gift of the Arthur Tress Collection of Japanese Illustrated Books, the Penn Libraries has secured one of the best – if not the best – most complete and widest-ranging collections of Japanese illustrated books in the United State
Professor Steinhardt has been named the 2019 recipient of the 2019 College Art Association Award for Distinguished Teaching of Art History. The award was present on February 13 in New York during the CAA's annual conference. Awardees wer
The Autobiography of Arjia Rinpoche
Arjia Rinpoche is one of the most prominent Buddhist teachers and lamas to have left Tibet. He was recognized at the age of two by the Panchen Lama as a major reincarnation and was the abbot of Kumbum Monastery. He…
In programs of world and Philadelphia premieres, the Daedalus Quartet, Penn’s quartet-in-residence, illustrates how centuries of cultural cross-pollination has enriched our artistic and spiritual life.
Dr. Molly Des Jardin (Penn Libraries), Paul Vierthaler (William & Mary)
This workshop focuses on current and emerging digital projects and methods for East Asian studies, which use primary sources written in classical and modern Chinese,…