Asian Studies Program

Past 2005-2006 Events

Sept. 7 Asian Studies Colloquium — Aisulu Masylkanova ’06
“ Visiting Hiroshima”
Oct. 5
Asian Studies Colloquium — Kelli Burton ’06
“Hip to be Tao: Taoism in America”
Nov. 3 Prof. bell hooks and Daya Singh Sadhu
” Diversity in Spirituality: Implications for Wellness”
Nov. 9. Asian Studies Colloquium –
Dr. James Dontje, Dr. Eileen McKiernan-Gonzalez, and Dr. Jeff Richey

“Three Views of India”
Nov. 10 Ensemble Kaboul
” In Exile: Instrumental and Vocal Music from Afghanistan”
Dec. 7 Asian Studies Colloquium — Jason Fults ’06
“ The Practice of Science in Asia”
March 1 Asian Studies Colloquium –
Lucy Lyons ’07, Katie Mitzel ’07, and Hannah Robuck ’06

“ Investigating Yunnan”
March 15 Asian Studies Colloquium – Aren Majilang ’06,
“The Art of Muay Thai”
April 12 Asian Studies Colloquium — Rebekah Hall ’06
“ Religion in Japan”
Saturday,
April 29

1:30 p.m.
“The Iliad and the Shijing: Poems of Peace”
Dr. Steven Shankman (University of Oregon)
Frost Building, Room 218
Sponsored by Asian Studies Program, Bluegrass Ancient Studies Seminar, Department of Foreign Languages, General Studies Program, and Office of the Dean and Provost
Tuesday,
May 2
12 p.m.
“Buddhism and Christianity: The Parallel Teachings”
The Rev. Thich Hang Dat (Ten Thousand Buddhas Summit Monastery)
Draper Building, Danforth Chapel
Sponsored by Asian Student Union, Asian Studies Program, Buddhist Student Association, Campus Christian Center, International Center, and Department of Philosophy and Religion
Tuesday,
May 2
3 p.m.
“Meditation and Its Application in Daily Life”
The Rev. Thich Hang Dat (Ten Thousand Buddhas Summit Monastery)
Draper Building, Fireside Room
Sponsored by Asian Student Union, Asian Studies Program, Buddhist Student Association, Campus Christian Center, International Center, and Department of Philosophy and Religion

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