The Carolina Asia Center is proud to host a book launch for the release of Questioning Borders: Ecoliteratures of China and Taiwan by Robin Visser, Professor and Associate Chair in the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies … Read more
Please join the UNC Department of Religious Studies for a colloquium talk hosted by Dr. Shahzad Bashir on September 27th! “Knowledge is not Territory: Episodes from the Archive for Early Colonial India” In the wake of historiographical movements … Read more
Stop by our table in the FedEx Global Education Center Atrium to ask questions about the various scholarship opportunities the Carolina Asia Center offers! We will have information on the Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship, Modern Indian Studies Student … Read more
A poster reading “Pemoeda: Dasar tiang Negara” (Youth: the Pillar of the Country), from a book of propaganda posters by an Indonesian collective of artists in the 1940s, presented to Frank Porter Graham during his time in Indonesia. Source: Frank … Read more
Round out Asia Week with a celebration of the Vietnamese Language Program at UNC! Enjoy Vietnamese food and games and sign a commitment to the expansion of Southeast Asian Studies.
Dr. Terese Gagnon, a post-doctoral fellow with the Bringing Southeast Asia Home project and housed in the Department of Anthropology, will give the first UNC Anthropology Colloquium of the year. In this talk I illustrate the ways in which the … Read more
As part of Diplomacy Week, join this panel discussion on careers in national security featuring Ned Kelly of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Office of Technology and Long Range Analysis and Matt Hasty. Moderated by Erinn Whitaker, Professor of the … Read more
Join the Carolina Asia Center for a film screening as part of our Korean diaspora series in Fall 2023. We are proud to screen "The Woman, The Orphan, and The Tiger" (2010) by Jane Jin Kaisen, a visual artist, filmmaker, … Read more
Join the Department of Music and Carolina Asia Center for an evening of Kathakali! We are excited to welcome Dr. Kaladharan Viswanath, emeritus of the Kerala Kalamandalam University for a lecture on Kathakali, as well as Manoj Kumar and his … Read more
As part of Diplomacy Week, join this student led panel discussion featuring Tar Heels who have participated in the Honors Seminar on Public Policy and Global Affairs and the UNC Global Affairs Washington Week.
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.