The Asian Studies Award recognizes oral, poster, and creative work presentations focused on a topic in the broad, interdisciplinary field of Asian Studies and characterized by excellence in research and clarity of delivery. One $300 award and two $100 honorable mention awards will be given. These awards are sponsored by the Asian Studies Program and the Division of Undergraduate Education and Student Success.
2023 AWARD RECIPIENTS
- Iman Zarlons "Crazy Indonesia: Examining the Transnational Success of Indonesian Exploitation Film"
- Madeline Miner-Paul "Filling in the Gaps: Investigating Ancient Ceramics From Cambodia"
$50 Honorable Mention Awards
- Angela "AJ" Gotera "Cultural Appropriation & Appreciation in Korean, Filipino, and Japanese Popular Music"
- Laurel O'Brien "A Place to Be: Ibasho and Spaces of Community Comfort in the Television Show Midnight Diner"
2022 AWARD RECIPIENTS
- Kelby Beyer "Contextualizing a Collection of Rare Cambodian Glass Ornaments Within Contemporaneous Trade Networksi"
- Eun-Jai Shin "Emasculation of the Other: Meiji ukiyo-e war prints and national identityi"
- Lily Strobel "How Music Is Used to Preserve Ainu Culture"
- Must also register separately for the Asian Studies Research Event
- Applications are additionally required to email Professor Alisa Freedman at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your self-nomination for the award and include your name, email, department and project title.
One (1) $300 Award
Two (2) $100 Honorable Mention Awards
Asian Studies Program and Division of Undergraduate Education and Student Success