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19th Annual Graduate Student Conference on East Asia

19th Annual Graduate Student Conference on East Asia

Friday,  5 February 2010 and Saturday, 6 February 2009

Nearly a hundred graduate students presented papers on all aspects of East Asian studies, including history, economics, business, political science, literature, art history, and religion. Three panels were related to business, trade or politics: “International Relations in East Asia”; “Contemporary Politics in East Asia”; and “Global Politics and East Asia.” This event was co-sponsored by the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, as well as several other centers at Columbia. 

 
 
 
 

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