Asian Studies Program
Rather than staying on home turf, a few Bowdoin seniors have decided to launch their careers in Asia.
The fashion show is designed to show off the diversity of Bowdoin students. “The ASA Fashion Show started as a way to showcase the diverse talents and culture of Bowdoin students,” said ASA Senior Class Representative Peggy Zhao ’13.
This summer, Max Brandstadt ’13 has received a Martha Reed Coles Arts and Humanities Fellowship to begin researching an honors project that blends religion, history, and Asian studies.
Assistant Professor of Asian Studies and English Belinda Kong has written the first full-length study of fictions related to the 1989 movement and massacre at Tiananmen Square. In a recent interview, she discusses the effects of censorship and the importance of diasporic writers in shaping global understanding of Chinese history. “Tiananmen has often been […]