October 13, 2015/ 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Taiwan Studies-A Cultural Turn: Diary Studies, Everyday Life, and the Issues of the “Colonial Modern”

UCLA faculty and graduate students are invited to attend a lecture and panel discussion presented as part of the UCLA Taiwan Studies Lectureship and the Asia Institute initiative East Asia in Regional and Global Perspectives.

Caroline Hui-yu Ts'ai
Research Fellow/Professor, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica

Responses by UCLA faculty from their respective fields:

  • Korea—John Duncan, Asian Languages & Cultures, UCLA
  • Japan—Katsuya Hirano, History, UCLA
  • China—R. Bin Wong, History & Asia Institute, UCLA


RSVP required.
Participants will be provided with the event location and a reading selection in advance.

The UCLA Taiwan Studies Lectureship is a joint program of the UCLA Asia Institute and the Dean of Humanities and is made possible with funding from the Department of International and Cross-Strait Education, Ministry of Education, Taiwan, represented by the Education Division, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Los Angeles.


Sponsor(s): Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies, Center for Korean Studies, Center for Chinese Studies, Asia Pacific Center, UCLA Dean of Humanities, Taipei Economic and Cultural Organization in Los Angeles