Faculty in the Department of Asian Languages and Literature pursue their study of Asian languages and cultures primarily through the medium of text, but they represent a wide range of disciplinary interests, including linguistics, philosophy, history, literature, visual arts, and cultural studies. They participate in collaborative research projects that extend throughout the UW community and beyond.
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Bi, Nyan-Ping. Interpersonal Communication: Strategies for Developing Students’ Interpersonal Writing Abilities (author and narrator), an interactive online module, AP World Languages and Cultures, College Board, New York, October 2015. https://cb.collegeboard.org/ap-training-modules/world-languages-cultures/developing-interpersonal-writing-abilities/
Salomon, Richard and Joseph Marino. 2014. “Observations on the Deorkothar Inscriptions and Their Significance for the Evaluation of Buddhist Historical Traditions.” Sōka daigaku kokusai bukkyōgaku kōtō kenkyūjo nenpō 創価大学国際仏教学高等研究所年報 Annual Report of The International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology at Soka University 17: 27-39.