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Our events are usually free, open to the public, and benefit from a wide participation – please email us for more information, watch our website and Facebook page, or join our program email list to receive event notices and the eNewsletters!
 
Asia@Noon Lecture Series
 
Asia@Noon talks are held many Fridays throughout the academic year in 280 Park Hall at 12pm. The presenter usually speaks for about 45 minutes, with time for discussion at the end of each talk. Undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and people from the Buffalo community are invited and encouraged to attend. If you are a scholar of Asia-related research, we invite you to contact us about speaking at Asia@Noon.
 
Cosponsored Events
 
Our Asian Studies Program hosts, sponsors, and cosponsors scholarly, artistic, and student-oriented events across campus and beyond!
 
Asian Studies Faculty Symposium
 
The Asian Studies Faculty Symposium is held every year in September, and is organized around a critical transdisciplinary debate in Asian Studies.

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Asian Studies Fall Faculty Symposium: Religion in Asia

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Asia@Noon Lecture: David McCaskey

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Film Screening: The Road Home (China)

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Asia@Noon Lecture: Fabio Lanza

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China Town Hall

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AAS Distinguished Speaker: Dr. Louise Young

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Asia@Noon Lecture: Jihye Seong

Visiting Artist: Seema Kohli Lecture & workshop

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Asia@Noon: Mary Nell Trautner CANCELED

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