Satisfying Our Curiosity About Food and Culture in the Asia Pacific and More

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We are pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of Asia Pacific Perspectives. In vol. 16, no. 2 (2020), we present the multifaceted ways in which scholars in the humanities and social sciences are looking at food and culture in the Asia Continue reading Satisfying Our Curiosity About Food and Culture in the Asia Pacific and More

Announcing New Merit Fellowships for Students in Asian Studies

Is studying Asia your passion? If so, we want to hear from you! The USF Center for Asia Pacific Studies is pleased to partner with the USF Asian Studies program to announce the call for applications for its Merit Fellowships Continue reading Announcing New Merit Fellowships for Students in Asian Studies

Asia Pacific Studies at USF: Faculty Highlight (Genevieve Leung)

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Genevieve Leung is the program director of Asian Pacific American Studies and Critical Diversity Studies and affiliated faculty in the Asia Pacific Studies MA program. She will be the new academic director of the MA in Asia Pacific Studies starting Continue reading Asia Pacific Studies at USF: Faculty Highlight (Genevieve Leung)

Nathalie Lopez Del Valle, 2020 Center for Asia Pacific Studies Summer Stipend recipient

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Congratulations to Nathalie Lopez Del Valle, recipient of the Center for Asia Pacific Studies Summer Stipend for 2020! Nathalie, a 2nd-year student in the MA in Asia Pacific Studies program is spending the summer studying Korean at the Sejong Institute Continue reading Nathalie Lopez Del Valle, 2020 Center for Asia Pacific Studies Summer Stipend recipient

Asia Pacific Studies at USF: Faculty Highlight (Wei Yang Menkus)

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Professor Wei Yang Menkus is an Associate Professor in the USF Department of Modern and Classical Languages. She is currently serving as Program Director of Asian Studies as well as Program Coordinator for the minor in Chinese Studies. She teaches Continue reading Asia Pacific Studies at USF: Faculty Highlight (Wei Yang Menkus)

Asia Pacific Studies at USF: Faculty Highlight (James Zarsadiaz)

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        James Zarsadiaz is an Associate Professor of History and Director of the Yuchengco Philippine Studies Program (YPSP) at USF. His research revolves around his interest in Asian American studies and Filipino American history. He currently teaches Continue reading Asia Pacific Studies at USF: Faculty Highlight (James Zarsadiaz)

USF Center for Asia Pacific Studies Summer Book Club 

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Want to keep engaged with the Asia Pacific over the summer? Need suggestions for a good book to read? Want to discuss interesting topics with those who share your interest in the Asia Pacific? Join us at the end of Continue reading USF Center for Asia Pacific Studies Summer Book Club