Instructor Tibetan & Himalayan Studies
The Center for Asian Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder invites applications for a non-tenure track half-time instructor position in Tibetan & Himalayan Studies. A PhD in a relevant field (such as Anthropology, Geography, History, Literature, Religious Studies, or Tibetan & Himalayan Studies) is required at the time of appointment. The appointment begins August 2021.
Review of applications will begin on January 15, 2021.
Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, CAS staff will be working remotely and the office will be closed until further notice. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to reach someone. Check our events page for details about our planned virtual events.
Welcome to the Center for Asian Studies
Our Mission and Values
The Mission for the Center for Asian Studies is to provide a physical space where Asia-related interests intersect and find a whole greater than the sum of their parts, and where student and community-driven initiatives to embrace different world views have a home. The Center seeks to build a space where core projects of the university’s ‘academic futures’ are experimented with, explored, and realized, including student-centered learning, interdisciplinary teaching and research, and building an international culture on our campus and beyond. Recognizing that there has never been a more pressing time to understand this complex and diverse region, whether one lives within or far beyond its borders, CAS strives to facilitate active engagements with and within Asia, while making Asia as accessible as possible to the whole of the CU Boulder community.
The Center for Asian Studies strives to be a space of community, curiosity and respectful engagement with Asia. We view the area studies endeavor as a necessary yet distinct complement to disciplinary knowledge, and recognize the historic and geographic centrality that Asia has and continues to play in the human venture. Rather than treating Asia as an object of knowledge, however, we aspire to learn from Asia through self-critical intellectual inquiry, realizing a broader, more grounded, and more nuanced understanding of the human experience.
2020-2021 Annual Theme: Sound and Noise in ASIA
Faculty Highlight: Asian Studies Program Director Lauren Yapp
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China Made is a partnership between the Center for Asian Studies (CAS) at the University of Colorado, Boulder and the Hong Kong Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Hong Kong (HKIHSS), and is supported by an Asian Responsive Grant from The Henry Luce Foundation.
Center for Asian Studies
Center for Asian Studies
CASE Building, Suite E330
Boulder, CO 80309-0366
Timothy Oakes, Director
Danielle Rocheleau Salaz, Executive Director
Lauren Yapp, Asian Studies Program Director