The Asia Center has a rich tradition of showcasing the arts in Asia--from feature length and documentary films to performers and poets and to painters and photographers. The Center’s virtual art gallery highlights some of the exhibitions the Center has organized and/or co-sponsored over the years, including the current exhibit on display in the CGIS South Building, “Elegy to a Uyghur Dreamscape.” Archived exhibits in the gallery feature major exhibitions, undergraduate and graduate student shows and exhibits that focus on Asia-related resources at Harvard.
Elegy to a Uyghur Dreamscape (Ongoing)
Life in Singapore: Views from Migrant Workers (January-February, 2020)
Magnificent Trees of Asia (January-March, 2018)
Asia Insecta (Summer, 2017)
Mapping Asia (February-April, 2017)
Shadows of Shangri La: Nepal in Photographs, 1975-2011 (May-September, 2014)
Asia Center’s Author Conversations Series, hosted by the Asia Center's Director, Professor James Robson, is aimed at highlighting insightful engagements with authors of books published recently by the Asia Center Publications Program and other publishers on topics of interest to the Asia Center's mission of fostering research on Asia in transnational and transregional perspectives.
The series is a pre-recorded video podcast conversation with authors.
Seeking Śākyamuni: South Asia in the Formation of Modern Japanese Buddhism by Richard Jaffe, Professor in the Department of Religious Studies, Duke University; Director of the Asia Pacific Studies Institute at Duke University
Research talks are aimed at showcasing some of the fascinating work being done on various facets of Asia by Harvard students, Graduate Students, Faculty, Asia Center Affiliates and other specialists.
The series is a pre-recorded video podcast talks.
Transforming Borneo: From Land Exploitation to Sustainable Development by Chun Sheng Goh, Research Fellow at Jeffrey Sachs Center on Sustainable Development, Sunway University; Associate, Harvard University Asia Center
The Literature of Things: The Mansion of Secluded Books, Shu Yin Lou by Jannis Jizhou Chen, Ph.D. Candidate in Chinese Literature, Harvard University