• "What Do the Japanese People Want from Their Constitution?"
    September 04 4:00pm
    The Constitution of Japan is the oldest un-amended constitution in the world, but debates over its revision have picked up steam since 2012, when the Liberal Democratic Party returned to power. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has declared constitutional amendment to be one of his top priorities, but it is not clear whether the public shares his commitmen more »
  • East Asian Colloquium Series: Levi McLaughlin
    September 13 12:00pm
    ABSTRACT: Going by statistical measures, Japan routinely ranks as one of the world’s least religious countries, where as few as one in ten survey respondents self-identify as having religious faith. It is therefore striking to note the profound influence on Japanese politics wielded by religions and religion-inspired ideologues. A wide range of r more »
  • Korean Performing Arts Concert
    September 28 7:00pm
    The Global Pungmul Institute of Chicago brings the performing arts of Korea to Indianapolis! Experience the energy and artistry of traditional Korean music, with featured performances of song, drumming, dance and more. This concert is hosted by the Indiana University East Asian Studies Center, the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Ch more »
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