The Asian Studies Center is a global resource for research and education about Asia, as well as a regional center for building Asian connections. In partnership with over 100 affiliated faculty from across the university, we develop innovative research, foster community engagement, and create rigorous academic programming. Founded in 1969, the Center is widely recognized as one of the most comprehensive programs in Asian studies, with a focus on regional, transnational, and interdisciplinary scholarship.

If you'd like to support our work, you can donate today!

 

Saturday, May 6

Modern Japanese Gardens in a Transnational Context
Time:
2:00 pm
Presenter:
Toshio Watanabe, Professor of History of Art and Design, Research Center for Transnational Art, Identity and Nation, University of the Arts, London
Location:
Phipps Conservatory

The Asian Studies Center offers a number of scholarships for Pitt undergraduate and graduate...

The Asian Studies Center has convened a new Undergraduate Advisory Council to increase activity...

Beginning with a film screening in November 2016 and continuing with lectures and film...

Now you can keep up with ASC on our brand new blog! Visit pittasia.wordpress.com/ to read about...

 Echo Strategies has recently partnered with the University of Pittsburgh’s...