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Guest Speakers

Associated University faculty in the Center for South Asian Studies, East Asia Center, and Tibet Center have a wide range of expertise across disciplines.

Richard B. Barnett, Associate Professor, Department of History (Early Modern South Asia, Contemporary Pakistan)

Mrinalini Chakravorty, Assistant Professor, Department of English (Postcolonial Literature and Theory)

PDF document icon Shu-chen Chen (.pdf), Lecturer in Chinese (Indian, Chinese and Tibetan Buddhism, Chinese Language Pedagogy, Second Language Acquisition)

John Echeverri-Gent, Associate Professor, Department of Politics (South Asian Public Policy and Political Development)

Daniel Ehnbom, Associate Professor, Department of Art History (South Asian Art)

Mehr Farooqi, Assistant Professor, Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures (South Asian Literature in Hindi, Urdu, and English)

David Germano, Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies (Tibetan Studies, Buddhist Studies, Tantric Studies, Tibetan Language and Literature)

Robert A. Hueckstedt, Professor, Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures (Sanskrit and Hindi Language and Literature)

Ravindra S. Khare, Professor, Department of Anthropology (India, Social Anthropology, Symbolism, Food Studies, Popular Culture)

PDF document icon Anne B. Kinney (.pdf), Professor of Chinese (Literature, Thought, and Social History of Early China)

Karen C. Lang, Professor, Department of Religious Studies (Indian/Theravada Buddhist Studies, Sanskrit, and Pali, South Asian Literature)

PDF document icon Hsin­hsin Liang (.pdf), Director of Modern Chinese Language Studies (Chinese Syntax, Pedagogy, Teacher Training and Curricular Design)

Yunsheng Huang, Associate Professor of Architecture (East Asian Architecture, Architectural History)

Farzaneh Milani, Professor, Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures and Studies in Women and Gender (Persian Language and Literature, Islamic Women and Culture)

Geeta Patel, Associate Professor, Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures and Studies in Women and Gender

Prista Ratanapruck, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology (Nepali and Thai Studies)

Abdulaziz A. Sachedina, Professor, Department of Religious Studies (Islamic and Middle East Studies: Legal-Ethical Studies, Bioethics, Religion, and Politics)

Sheetal Sekhri, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics

John Shepherd, Associate Professor of Anthropology (China and Taiwan, Ritual, Marriage)

Nicolas Sihle, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology (Tibetan and Himalayan Anthropology, Religious Anthropology)

PDF document icon Miao-fen Tseng (.pdf), Lecturer in Chinese (Chinese Language Education, K-12 Outreach)

Brantly Womack, Professor of Politics (Comparative Politics, International Relations, China, Vietnam)

PDF document icon Michiko Wilson (.pdf), Professor, Director of Japanese Language Studies (Contemporary Japanese Literature, Japanese Women Writers)