Professor Mori receives IRH Fellowship

Professor Mori has received a resident faculty fellowship from the Institute for Research in the Humanities, to continue to work on her ongoing research project that examines the development, implementation, and legacy of the Japanese Language and Culture …

ALC Graduate Program Info Session

This webinar is for prospective students to learn about the different MA and PhD programs in the Department of Asian Languages & Cultures at UW-Madison. Faculty members from different programs shared information about the application …

Vamsi Matta interview on WORT

Gil Halsted and Amit Pal spoke with Vamsi Matta, a Bangalore-based theatre actor, writer, and director whose practice is influenced by his Dalit identity, experience and social location. Listen: https://www.wortfm.org/come-eat-with-me/ The histories of his family …

Mark Van Roo: Alumni Visit

Current Chinese language students had the pleasure of meeting with alumni Mark Van Roo! Mark completed his degree in Chinese Language and Literature at Madison in 1982. After graduation he moved to Taiwan were he …

UW–Madison Division of the Arts hosts Indian Dalit theatre practitioner Sri Vamsi Matta as 2023–24 Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence

Madison, Wis. – The University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts and the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures (presenters) are excited to welcome Sri Vamsi Matta as the inaugural academic year-long Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence for 2023–24. Vamsi is a Dalit theatre practitioner …