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The EAL's 70th Anniversary Celebration
The Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library is celebrating its 70th Anniversary in 2018!
Exhibits and programs are available to view below.
East Asian Library Exhibition, Tours, and Presentation
- December 4, 2018: Bridging the Pacific for Seventy Years: Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library (1948-2018)
- Full Program Brochure (16 pages)
- About the Exhibit and Special Acknowledgments
Symposium and Exhibits
- November 2, 2018: Treasures of the Palace Museum (故宫藏美)
Author's Talk Series
The Author’s Talk is a presentation series launched by the Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library (EAL), as a token to commemorate the EAL’s 70th Anniversary and to create a venue that will enable the EAL to collaborate with faculty members across campus.
We encourage faculty members to share their research through the East Asian Library Author’s Talk series. Please feel free to get in touch with Hong Cheng (Chinese Studies Librarian), Tomoko Bialock (Japanese Studies Librarian), Sanghun Cho (Korean Studies Librarian), or Su Chen (Head of the EAL).
See below for a full list of programs in the Author's Talk Series:
- October 8, 2018: Li Min 李旻: Social Memory and State Formation in Early China
Workshop and Lecture
- May 2, 2018: A Grand Presentation of the Encyclopedia of Buddhist Arts
- June 5, 2018: Lecture and Workshop on Korean Romanization
- June 13-15, 2018: Three-Day Workshop on The History of the Book in China
- February 23, 2018: Film Screening of Traces of the Brush: The Heartprint of Fu Shen