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  UVM Asian Studies Program Spring 2013

Message from the Director

Molly Thurlow

In a rich variety of ways throughout 2012, students and faculty in the Asian Studies Program at UVM explored the fascinating cultural, social and political dynamics of the East and South Asian worlds both here on campus and overseas.  This edition of our annual e-Newsletter features an array of stories, photos, and videosLuke Dorfman at Buddhist Monastery that bring those adventures to life – provocative lecture events in Burlington, a new study-tour program in Nepal, and several student and faculty sojourns in China and Japan. 

Michael Hoffman

Knowledge of Asian societies and languages are essential for any student interested in pursuing a career path related to everything from international business and commerce, to law and education, to social and environmental policy. 

Will Liew with Host FamilyStudents in UVM’s Asian Studies Program, such as those featured here, are preparing themselves well indeed to meet the challenges of today’s global community.

Erynn Hauk

We hope you enjoy learning about our program and welcome all and anyexpressions of interest in and support of what we do at here at UVM.

Prof. Esselstrom at Hiroshima Castle

 

Erik Esselstrom
UVM Department of History
Director, Asian Studies Program

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University of Vermont
94 University Place
Old Mill A506
Burlington, VT 05405
802-656-1096
Email: global@uvm.edu
www.uvm.edu/~global/asian/