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Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

13 March 2019
Following the Hanoi Summit Dr John Nilsson-Wright looks at what lies ahead for relations between Pyongyang and Washington.

08 March 2019
An item about the poet Antarah ibn Shaddad, from the channel's "In our time" series, which featured contributions from Prof. James Montgomery has been chosen in BBC Radio 4's "Pick of the Week" selection.

06 March 2019
'Chinese Thought: from Confucius to Cook Ding' is an engrossing history of ancient Chinese philosophy and culture from an eminent Cambridge expert.

05 March 2019
Slurp! A Social and Culinary History of Ramen - Japan's Favorite Noodle Soup

04 March 2019
The first University Staff Survey provides all employees with the opportunity to say what they think about a range of workplace topics. Replies will help make the University a stimulating and rewarding place to be.

01 March 2019
Tiara Sahar Ataii an undergraduate from our faculty has been chosen as one of the 4 winners of an award, in recognition of her work founding Solidaritee and aiding refugee advocacy.

01 March 2019
George Rosenfel an undergraduate from our faculty has been chosen as one of the 4 winners of an award, in recognition of his work concerning human rights.

27 February 2019
The final gathering and workshop of Professor Barak Kushner's ERC Project 'The Dissolution of the Japanese Empire and the Struggle for Legitimacy in Postwar East Asia' took place on 23rd February 2019

22 February 2019
Bursaries awarded – Competing Imperialisms in Northeast Asia, 1894-1953

15 February 2019
An exciting taster day for prospective undergraduate students that offers a variety of great activities.

13 February 2019
The MOU between the two institutions was signed on Tuesday 12th February 2019

12 February 2019
Former Undergraduate Coirle Magee has published an article, 'Using the Past to Legitimise the Present: The Portrayal of Good Governance in Chinese History Textbooks', in the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, co-written with Robert Weatherley, who supervised her undergraduate dissertation.

05 February 2019
Marina Warner selects James E. Montgomery's 'Loss Sings' (Sylph) as one of her TLS Books of the Year while Ayşegül Savaş includes it in her Year of Reading for The Millions.