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April 26, 2021
This week at the UW, watch the play Rosmersholm, attend a book talk, and more.Featured on UW News 
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April 26, 2021
Four University of Washington faculty members are among the leaders in academia, business, philanthropy, the humanities and the arts elected as 2021 fellows of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious honorary societies.Featured on UW News 
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April 21, 2021
This week at the UW, attend a talk on Gender in the E.U, visit the Henry Art Gallery, and more.Featured on UW News 
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April 7, 2021
Wondering what other AL&L students do after they graduate? Considering your own path as June and graduation approaches? Check out these recent features on two amazing AL&L alumnae: Maggie Thorpe (majored in Japanese and Communications ) Emily Shea (majored in Chinese). Humanities First, a new First Year... Read more
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March 17, 2021
Maya Lin's mother, Julia Lin, graduated with a Ph.D. in Chinese language and literature from the UW and is mentioned in this article.Featured on The New York Times 
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March 17, 2021
Maya Lin's mother, Julia Lin, graduated with a Ph.D. in Chinese language and literature from the UW and is mentioned in this article.Featured on The New York Times 
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February 25, 2021
Izumi Matsuda-Kiami, teaching professor of Japanese, was recently awarded the 2021 Leslie Birkland Award by the Washington Association of Teachers of Japanese (WATJ). She teaches a variety of Japanese language classes in the Department of Asian Languages and Literature. The Leslie Birkland Award, given annually, recognizes one teacher who has made lasting contributions to the Japanese teaching profession and teacher community in Washington.... Read more
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February 23, 2021
This week at the UW, attend Fermented Face with Candice Lin, the School of Drama's dis/re/connection, and more.Featured on UW News 
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November 30, 2020
Interview conducted by Elizabeth Self, Graduate Program Advisor. Kevin Tahmoresi ’20 recently graduated with a doctoral degree in Chinese literature from the Department of Asian Languages and Literature. His dissertation, entitled “The Wenyuan yinghua: Selecting Refined Literature,” focuses on a Tang dynasty poetry and prose anthology that, until now, has been little researched in the West. It explores the Wenyuan yinghua’s importance in the reception and... Read more
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November 30, 2020
Kevin Tahmoresi (PhD Chinese literature 2020) is interviewed about his interests in the intersection of technology with the humanities.Featured on UW News 
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