We are glad to post information about relevant Asia-related events occuring at CU and along the Front Range on our Non-CAS Events page. Please provide the date, time, title, a short blurb, and contact information, as well as any other information that you would like to include.

Information about "non-CAS events" (events not sponsored by CAS) may now also be included in our monthly event digest. The CAS monthly digest is sent out at the beginning of each month to those on our listserve and provides detailed information about CAS sponsored events for the next six weeks.

Please send information (date, time, location, contact for questions and a short description) about the event you would like to be included in our digest by the 25th for the following month's digest. For example, information about an event received before March 25 will be included in April's digest, which will be sent out in early April. We appreciate the information as far in advance as possible.


 

Gender and the Precarity of China-Led Development in Africa 2019.10.21

Non-CAS Event Monday, October 21 at 12pm Light Lunch Provided at 11:45am Institute of Behavioral Science, 1440 15th St. First Floor Meeting Room 155A with Robert Wyrod, Assistant Professor, Department of Women and Gender Studies and the International Affairs Program (CU-Boulder) Since the turn of the millennium, China has succeeded in becoming the major new actor in the transnational field of development. Its ambitions are evident across a large swath...
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Info Session: Tang Funded CU Global Seminar: Discovering Urban China (Beijing, Xi’an, Shanghai, & Hangzhou, China) 2019.10.23

Non-CAS Event Wednesday, October 23 at 5pm C4C S341 Info Session: Tang Funded CU Global Seminar: Discovering Urban China (Beijing, Xi’an, Shanghai, & Hangzhou, China) Faculty Director: Colleen Berry, Asian Studies October 23rd 5:00 pm C4C S341
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Reading Other People’s Mail: Japanese Studies and Wartime Intelligence 2019.10.24

Non-CAS Event Thursday, October 24 @ 5PM Hellems 241 Professor Peter Kornicki, University of Cambridge The attack on Pearl Harbor and the entry of Japan into the war in December 1941 caught the Allies linguistically unprepared for war. Hardly any American or British universities offered courses in Japanese; there were plenty of Nisei in the US and Canada but they were interned as a security risk. Australia had launched courses...
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Info Session: CU Global Seminar: Primates of Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City, Cat Tien, & Da Nang, Vietnam) *NEW for summer 2020! 2019.10.29

Non-CAS Event Tuesday, October 29 at 5pm UMC 425 Info Session: CU Global Seminar: Primates of Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City, Cat Tien, & Da Nang, Vietnam) *NEW for summer 2020! Faculty Directors: Bert Covert and Jonathan O’Brien, Anthropology October 29th 5:00 pm UMC 425
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Hong Kong in Turmoil: Implications for the United States and China 2019.11.04

Non-CAS Event Monday, November 4 at 12pm Sie Complex—5th Floor—Maglione Hall University of Denver 2201 S. Gaylord St., Denver CO 80208 A panel discussion with four former American Consul Generals in Hong Kong. Professor Suisheng Zhao - Moderator Ambassador Kurt Tong - Consul General in Hong Kong and Macau (2016-2019) Ambassador Stephen M. Young - US Consul General in Hong Kong (2010-2013) Ambassador Richard Boucher - US Consul General in...
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The Colorful World of Japanese Prints: Competition, Globalization, and Technology 2019.11.04

Non-CAS Event Monday, November 4, 2019 at 5:30-6:45pm Center for British and Irish Studies, Norlin Library Sarah E. Thompson is a curator of Japanese art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, one of four curators working with the largest collection of Japanese art outside Japan. With degrees in linguistics from Harvard and Japanese art from Columbia, she taught Japanese and Asian art history at Vassar College, Oberlin College, and...

Pizza and Perspectives 2019.11.14

Non-CAS Event Arabian Peninsula November 14 | Noon to 1 p.m. Attend a Pizza & Perspectives (P&P) lunchtime gathering this semester to learn more about our students from Arabian Peninsula. P&P features a panel of students sharing their perspectives on their culture, life in the U.S., and life back home. This event is free and open to the entire campus community. All of the fall 2019 Pizza & Perspective sessions...

Pizza and Perspectives 2019.12.04

Non-CAS Event South East Asia December 4 11:30 a.m. to 12 :30 p.m. Attend a Pizza & Perspectives (P&P) lunchtime gathering this semester to learn more about our students from South East Asia. P&P features a panel of students sharing their perspectives on their culture, life in the U.S., and life back home. This event is free and open to the entire campus community. All of the fall 2019 Pizza...