This collection represents a sample of faculty work from the Asian Studies Program. The Asian Studies Program faculty members have an expansive knowledge of Asian cultures, civilizations, and societies, in a broad range of areas that include East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, with a focus on Japanese, Chinese, and other major East Asian Languages.


Submissions from 2013


Conquering Demons: The "Kirshitan", Japan, and the World in Early Modern Japanese Literature, Jan C. Leuchtenberger

Submissions from 2010

Are Jetsunmas female tulkus of the Sakya Khon family?, Elisabeth Benard

Sakya Jetsun Kushok Chime Luding's early life in Tibet, Elisabeth Benard

Women Religious Leaders In Japan's Christian Century, 1549-1650, Jan Leuchtenberger

Submissions from 2009

Sakya Jetsunmas-daughters of the Sakya Khon family, Elisabeth Benard


Taiwan Today: An Intermediate Course, Lo Sun Perry and Shou-hsin Teng

Submissions from 2006

Does IT Work? A Closer Look at Computer-Assisted Instructional Technology in the Chinese Language Classroom, Lo Sun Perry

Submissions from 1987

C. H. Wang's "The Weniard: A Chinese Epic in Shih Ching", Lo Sun Perry