The Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies promotes the awareness, understanding and knowledge of Asia both within and beyond the University community and provides a forum for integrated and interdisciplinary research and teaching on Asia.

The Liu Institute's primary regions of focus are East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia.


Boren Scholar: Jeremy Cappello Lee

Author: Patrick Deegan


Jeremy Cappello Lee ('17, minor in Asian Studies), has been awarded a 2017 Boren scholarship. The Boren Scholarship is a highly competitive, prestigious national award for undergraduate research in world regions critical to U.S. interests, and underrepresented in study abroad. Mr. Cappello Lee's own work will take him to Korea during the 2016-17 academic year. The Liu Institute also supports Mr. Cappello Lee through its undergraduate research award. Our sincere congratulations go out to him on this achievement milestone!…

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Chinese Language Textbooks & Teaching — Authors Meet Teachers and Students

Author: Patrick Deegan

Chinese Pedagogy Workshop

National Pedagogical Workshop on Campus:
Chinese Language Textbooks & Teaching — Authors Meet Teachers and Students

The Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures hosted a Chinese Pedagogical Workshop, “Chinese Language Textbooks & Teaching–Authors Meet Teachers and Students,” on Saturday, April 9, 2016, with the generous support from Center for Study of Languages and Cultures, Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning, Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies, and Office of Undergraduate Studies for Arts and Letters.…

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Newly Acquired Chinese Digital Archives at the Hesburgh Libraries

Author: Patrick Deegan

Thanks to two acquisitions grants with supporting funds from scholars at Notre Dame, the Liu Institute, and the Hesburgh Libraries, we are pleased to announce the following digital databases:

1. 晚清期刊全文数据库(1833-1911). Wan Qing qi kan quan wen shu ju ku (1833-1911) =  Late Qing dynasty periodical full-text database (1833-1911)…

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Console-ing Passions at Notre Dame (Day 3)


Location: McKenna Hall

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Console-ing Passions at Notre Dame: An international conference on television, video, audio, new media, and feminism

June 16–18, 2016
McKenna Hall

Console-ing Passions was founded in 1989 by a group of feminist media scholars and artists looking to create a space to present work and foster scholarship on issues of television, culture, and identity, with an emphasis on gender and sexuality.  The first Console-ing Passions conference was held at the University of Iowa in 1992, and the University of Notre Dame hosted the event in 2000.  The Department of Film, Television, and Theatre and the Gender Studies Program are delighted to bring this important conference back to our community.…

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