Chair of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
-- Duke University
Leo Ching's research interests include colonial discourse studies, postcolonial theory, Japanese mass culture, and theories of globalization and regionalism.
He is the author of Becoming Japanese: the Politics of Identity Formation in Colonial Taiwan (UC Press, 2001). He has published in boundary 2, positions, and Public Culture and Cultural Studies. His works have been translated into Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish.
Conflict Modeling and Games Seminar Series
-- Aug 29 2016
The aim of the year-long interdisciplinary seminar series Conflict Modeling and Games is two-fold: first, to examine how various fields in the humanities and beyond have conceptualized conflicts and... Read More
Conflict Modeling and Games: Introduction
-- Sep 22 2016 - 6:00pm
The first event in this year-long seminar series is an introduction and general meeting. The series will offer discussions of the ways that the humanities and other disciplines have conceptualized... Read More
Conflict Modeling and Games: Conflict, Peace Building and Development Simulation
-- Oct 20 2016 - 6:00pm
Rex Brynen (McGill University) is the guest for an evening of discussion, analysis, and game play, part of a year-long seminar series.
Conflict Modeling and Games: Anja van der Hulst
-- Oct 27 2016 - 6:00pm
Academic and serious game designer Anja van der Hulst (University of Amsterdam, TNO research group) is the guest for an evening of discussion, analysis, and game play, part of a year-long seminar... Read More
Conflict Modeling and Games: Nicholas Pilarski
-- Dec 1 2016 - 6:00pm
Nicholas Pilarski, an award-winning filmmaker currently working on a VR documentary about inner city conflict, is the guest for an evening of discussion, analysis, and game play, part of a year-long... Read More