Expert to discuss Chinese political economy and explain why US-China relationship is so consequential to global economy and environment.
East Asian Studies
Members of the Grinnell community are invited to events on November 9 & 10
Tracy Pa ’15 and Isaiah Tyree ’15 earn federal grants to study abroad in the spring; Pa in Japan and Tyree in South Africa.
First-years examine the impact of China as an emerging superpower in the global economy.
Special topic course uses Chinese and Chinese-American food to reveal power relations and social constructs.
In this interdisciplinary concentration, you study Chinese and Japanese language and East Asian literature, history, music, philosophy, political science, and religion. You take classes in other disciplines, do an interdisciplinary research project during your senior year, and participate, if you wish, in off-campus study in China, Japan, or Taiwan.