Stop by the FedEx Global Education Center for free food, games, prizes and more at the UNC Global Whistle-Stop Tour! In the atrium, use your ticket to visit each station to discover upcoming global events, programs, courses and other opportunities. It’s all part of Carolina’s Global Guarantee, our promise that a global education is available to all students. Outside, enjoy yard … Read more
Event Category: Southeast Asia
Almost 5 billion people—two thirds of the global population—now go online. The Internet has changed how we work, learn, govern, and fall in love. Yet despite its digital turn, geography has failed to grapple with the patterns and significance of … Read more
This mini-workshop, co-sponsored by the Carolina Asia Center and the Chinese Program in the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, will bring together a celebrated authors and academic experts to discuss Southeast Asian Sinophone Literature. 3-4pm 黎紫書 … Read more
Faculty and graduate students are cordially invited to a research mixer to talk shop about Southeast Asia. Launching collaborations under the umbrella of the new "Bringing Southeast Asia Home" (BSEAH) grant funded by the Luce Foundation, the mixer will convene faculty … Read more
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The Nyai Saraswati Gamelan and Angklung Ensemble presents its FALL CONCERT 2022 “JAZZ AND JASMINE” With Special Guest Artist: Dr. Heidi Radtke - Saxophone (UNC Music Dept.) on Lou Harrison's "Cornish Lancaran" and other pieces. Free Admission! After the concert … Read more
Please join us in a talk from Dr. Mai Na Lee, Associate Professor of History and Asian American Studies at University of Minnesota, entitled: Hmong Veterans of the Secret War and their Fight for Recognition in America. Hmong Americans are … Read more
The area studies centers at UNC and Duke partner with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction to offer globally-focused professional development during International Education Week. International Education Week, held in November annually, is a national week of the U.S. … Read more
Ethnic riots are a costly and all too common occurrence during political transitions in multi-ethnic settings. Why do ethnic riots occur in certain parts of a country and not others? How does violence eventually decline? Drawing on rich case studies … Read more
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of UNC President Dr. Frank Porter Graham negotiating the Renville Treaty during the Indonesian Revolution, and in recognition of Indonesia's recent chairmanship of the G20, the Carolina Asia Center and the Office of the Vice-Provost … Read more
The Carolina Asia Center supports diverse Asia-related events. However, CAC co-sponsorship of any talk, seminar, documentary screening, film screening, performance or celebration does not constitute endorsement of or agreement with the views presented therein. As an academic institution, we value diverse perspectives that promote dialogue and understanding.