News items from Asian Studies
Meet our graduates: Shuangyi Li
The winner of this year’s Anna Balakian Prize is a three-time Edinburgh graduate who completed his PhD in French in 2015 and is now a Swedish Research Council Research Fellow at Lund University.
Finding the study path that’s right for you
Fourth year student Natalie Hotchkiss talks about taking time out and changing degrees midway through her undergraduate programme.
The return of the noh masters
Japanese Studies students tell us about their involvement in Munenori Takeda’s visit to Edinburgh as part of a UK tour of performances and workshops.
Meet our graduates: Francesca Triggs
While working as a trainee solicitor, Francesca (MA Hons, 2017) has recently had her research on “Positive Energy” in Chinese discourse published in the British Journal of Chinese Studies.
From cyberpunk to information science via our MA in Japanese Studies
Callum Sarracino, a fourth year student of Japanese, traces his journey from manga fan to speech contest prize winner and a Daiwa Foundation Scholarship.
Fumiko Narumi-Munro wins Teaching Award for use of feedback
She reflects on working in partnership with undergraduate students and colleagues to reshape Japanese courses and excellent peer support.
Meet our graduates: Davina Hill
Having graduated with an MA Hons in Chinese and French in 2015, Davina is now taking the Fast Stream through the Civil Service as part of a leadership development programme.
Fostering a family atmosphere
We talk to Siobhan Park (Japanese and Linguistics MA Hons) about Japanese Studies Peer Support success in the Students' Association Impact Awards.