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KOPACZ AND NGUYEN SELECTED FOR NEH SUMMER INSTITUTES

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Two Eastern Kentucky University professors have been selected to participate in a 2018 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Institute.

EKU History/Asian Studies Professor’s Story One of Promise, Heartbreak, Resilience, and Success

History/Asian Studies Professor’s Story One of Promise, Heartbreak, Resilience

On the first day of any of her classes at Eastern Kentucky University, History/Asian Studies Professor Dr.

CHAUTAUQUA LECTURE: Dr. Kimberly Hoang (U of Chicago) to Present “Money Movers: Ethnography of Desire in Gray Economies in Southeast Asia”

CHAUTAUQUA LECTURE: Dr. Kimberly Hoang (U of Chicago) to Present “Money Movers:

Combined Women’s History and Asian Studies keynote address, this presentation is free and open to the public. Attendance slips will be provided.

Dr. Kimberly Hoang (U of Chicago) to Present Chautauqua/ASN/WGS Lecture

Dr. Kimberly Hoang (U of Chicago) to Present Chautauqua/ASN/WGS Lecture

Award-winning sociologist and author Kimberly Hoang will present “Money Movers: Ethnography of Desire in Gray Economies in Southeast Asia

New Book Examines Japanese Aesthetics

New Book Examines Japanese Aesthetics

Originally published on January 18, 2018 at http://stories.eku.edu/people/new-book-examines-japanese-aesthetics. For more information about Dr. Minh Nguyen’s book, New Essays in Japanese Aesthetics, please visit:

EKU Grad to Discuss "Life, Love and Work in China"

EKU Grad to Discuss "Life, Love and Work in China"

Jeffery McNeil will give a “Colonel Perspective” on “Life, Love and Work in China” when he returns to his alma mater, Eastern Kentuck

“Life, Love, and Work in China: An EKU Colonel Perspective”—Monday, February 19, 4 PM, Crabbe Library 108

JEFFERY MCNEIL

EKU Asian Studies
presents

 

“Life, Love, and Work in China: An EKU Colonel Perspective”
Monday, February 19, 4 PM
Dick Mayo Allen Auditorium (Room 108)
John Grant Crabbe Main Library
Eastern Kentucky University

Warm EKU Colonel Welcome to Dean Toshitsugu Otake, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan

Warm EKU Colonel Welcome to Dean Toshitsugu Otake, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific Univ

Monday, February 5, 5-7 PM
Atrium, Business and Technology Center

Which BIBLE? Whose INTERPRETATION? What about RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY? Scholarly Panel Discussion

Which BIBLE? Whose INTERPRETATION? What about RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY? Scholarly Pan

The Kentucky Department of Education has recently stated that public schools may offer elective social studies courses on the Bible. The American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky has suggested that there are “serious fundamental and constitutional issues” with “Bible Literacy” courses.

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