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Area Studies Trip Reports

Wookjin Cheun (Slavic and East European Studies)
  • Faculty exchange with the University of Warsaw (November-December 2010)


    Marion Frank-Wilson (African, India, Global, and West European Studies)


    Luis González (Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese, and Latino Studies)
  • Spanish International Book Fair (September 2010, Barcelona)


    Akram Khabibullaev (Middle Eastern, Islamic, and Central Eurasian Studies)
  • Conference trip to Rhodes, Greece (October 2011)
  • Hungarian language learning trip to Budapest, Hungary (January-February 2011)


    Wen-ling Liu (East Asian and Tibetan Studies)
  • International Conference on Chinese Digital Publishing and Digital Libraries (July 2013)

    Ingrid Parent, the current IFLA President, gave the keynote talk "Going Digital, Going Global."

    An anonymous sculpture entitled "Youth" sits at a corner of the Dunhuang Academy.

    Outside of the bus window are stretches of Gobi desert.
  • Book-buying trip to China (June 2012) 
  • Book-buying trip to East Asia (May-June 2010)

    The main research room of the National Digital Library of China, opened to the public in May 2010.

    Dr. Noh Tae-Don and I in front of Kyujanggak, the largest rare book collection in Korea.

    The annex of Japan's National Diet Library with four floors above ground and eight floors of stacks underground for newspapers, journals, and part of its digital resources.




  • last updated: 8/27/2013