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Scholarly Publications

Koreans in Japan

October 2010

Although Koreans in Japan prior to World War II suffered racial discrimination and economic exploitation, the Japanese authorities nonetheless counted ethnic Koreans as Japanese nationals and...

Japanese Education

December 2005

It is important for teachers and students to develop a broad understanding of Japanese education.

Using Museums to Teach About Japan

December 2002

Whether or not your school is located near a museum that offers school programs, kits, or special events specific to Japan, your students can benefit from museum resources.

News

Bringing UNSDGs and Entrepreneurship into Oita’s Virtual Classroom

May 2020

The following is Part 2 of a two-article series on Stanford e-Oita. For Part 1, please go here. Stanford e-Oita is an online course for high school students in Oita Prefecture in the southwestern...

China Scholars Program Online Course Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2020

May 2020

Applications are open for the China Scholars Program, an intensive, college-level online course on contemporary China for U.S. high school students.

Bridging “Social Distancing” Across the Pacific: Student Reflections on Cross-Cultural Online Exchange

May 2020

The following is Part 2 of a two-article series on facilitating cross-cultural online learning.

Events

SPICE Webinar: “Visualizing the Essential: Mexicans in the U.S. Agricultural Workforce”

May 16, 2020

During multiple periods of economic crises, the U.S. economy has depended on Mexican labor.

SPICE Webinar: "Culturally and Experientially Responsive Pedagogy: Teaching to Diverse Asian and Asian American Students"

November 18, 2019

—Made possible through the Freeman Foundation’s support of the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia—With communities across the United States now reflecting even greater diversity and...

American Universities in China: Lessons from Japan

March 30, 2018

Dennis T. Yang is member of the U.S.

Projects

Hana-Stanford Conference on Korea for U.S. Secondary School Teachers

Hana-Stanford Conference on Korea for U.S. Secondary Teachers was established at the Korean Studies Program in 2012 with the generous support of Hana Financial Group.
English

Multimedia

The Iranian Revolution

April 2020

In this video, Professor Abbas Milani discusses Iran and the Iranian Revolution, noting the influence of Iran regionally and in the United States, the significance and impact of the Iranian Revolution, and the Iranian Revolution’s causes and...

Scholars Corner

September 2017

Scholars Corner features videos of scholars from the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI) discussing contemporary issues and research in their fields of expertise, reflecting FSI’s research interest in the problems, policies,...

Japan's Emergence as an Innovating Economy

February 2017

Japan's emergence in the 1970s and 1980s as a technological and innovative powerhouse impressed and fascinated the world. Many believed that Japan's technological gains stemmed from government-provided subsidies.

People

Rylan Sekiguchi Manager of Curriculum and Instructional Design, Instructor, Stanford e-Hiroshima
Carey Moncaster Instructor, Stanford e-China
Selena Lai Curriculum Consultant
Greg Francis Curriculum Consultant
Grace MyHyun Kim Curriculum Consultant
Stefanie Orrick Lamb Curriculum Consultant
Waka Takahashi Brown Waka Takahashi Brown Instructor and Manager, Stanford e-Japan
Tanya Lee Instructor, China Scholars Program
Sabrina Ishimatsu Sales Manager, Event Coordinator, Distance Learning Instructor
Dr. HyoJung Jang HyoJung Jang Instructor, Sejong Korea Scholars Program
Jonas Edman Instructor and Manager, Sejong Korea Scholars Program, Instructional Designer