Category Archives: blogs

Resource: Asian/Asian Am Digital Studies

Dr. Anne Cong-Huyen, currently a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Asian American Studies at UCLA, has assembled a wonderful list of websites, projects, and individuals related to Asian / Asian-American Studies + Digital Humanities. As she writes: … Continue reading

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Job Opening: Study Abroad Coordinator, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Institution: The University of North Carolina at Pembroke Location: Pembroke, NC Education: MA Posted: 08/22/2013 Application Due: Open Until Filled This position is responsible for recruitment, programming, budgeting, implementation, and growth of the university’s study abroad and student exchange programs, … Continue reading

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Job Opening: Study Abroad Program Coordinator (Asia), University of Oregon (Eugene)

Via JETWit.com. Institution: University of Oregon (Eugene) Location: Eugene, OR Education: MA required Deadline: September 15, 2013 The Office of International Affairs is comprised of six units; Administration, International Student & Scholar Services, Study Abroad Programs; AHA International, the Mills International … Continue reading

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Job Opening: Program Assistant, East Asian Language and Civilizations, Harvard University

Institution:  Harvard University Location: Cambridge, MA Education: some college, BA preferred Posted August 22, 2013 Duties & Responsibilities: The EALC Program Assistant supports the administrative operations and communication initiatives in three offices of the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations (EALC): … Continue reading

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Job Opening: Study Abroad Advisor – International Studies & Programs, Central Washington University

Via JETWit.com. Institution: Central Washington University Location: Ellensburg, WA Education: BA or experience required, MA preferred Application screening date: 09/03/2013 Start date: 9/23/2013 Job Summary The Study Abroad Advisor (SAA)position is based in the Study Abroad and Exchange Programs (SAEP) … Continue reading

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Japanese-to-English Translation Basics

Originally posted on Contemporary Japanese Literature:
Once upon a time, when I was an undergraduate, I had the opportunity to take a translation seminar with one of the finest translators of Japanese literature into English. The course texts she selected…

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Resource: Black Tokyo

I was going to post this originally as a Fun Link Friday link, but while there’s definitely a lot of fun stuff on here, such as a recently posted video jokingly “hating” on tiny Japanese beer cans, Black Tokyo | … Continue reading

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Fun Links Friday: JapanCulture NYC

New York City is an incredible place for engaging in Japanese culture, and Japan-related activities. From restaurants to toy shops to art exhibits, festivals, lectures & talks, and lessons in traditional arts, at any given time, there is a lot … Continue reading

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Blog Review: Spoon & Tamago

As someone who works for an art magazine, I try to keep abreast of the latest in Japanese design. One website that I am particularly fond of is Spoon & Tamago. Created by husband-wife team Johnny (Tamago) and Tomomi (Spoon), this … Continue reading

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Resource: The Obakemono Project

Happy Halloween, everyone! You’re probably working on a costume for some party this weekend, so we’ll keep today’s resource brief. The Obakemono Project! Okay, so this isn’t a traditional resource per se, but it’s a really fun site having to … Continue reading

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