Professor Carolijn van Noort from the University of West Scotland talks about her new book, which explores how China’s international political communication of the Belt and Road Initiative comprises narratives about infrastructure and the Silk Road.
East Asia Since 1800
This complimentary seminar offers in-depth presentations on the history and culture of the region as well as aids K-12 educators incorporate these learnings into their curriculums. The course consists of three Monday evening sessions (5-8pm) and four Saturday sessions (9-3:30pm) at USC. On-campus parking and refreshments will be provided.
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- $250 stipend
- For LAUSD educators, 2 LAUSD salary points (no fee)
- For all other districts, 6 Continuing Education Units (processing fee applicable)
- Resources and materials
*Must complete seminar requirements.
- China in the 19th century
- K-pop and the two Koreas
- Meiji Restoration
- Japan and WWII
- Modern China
- Environment, Health, and Aging
- East Asia through Film
and much more!
All sessions will be held at the USC campus; Monday sessions are 5-8pm, Saturday courses are 9-3:30pm and count as two separate sessions. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
|Sessions 1 & 2||Saturday, September 15|
|Session 3||Monday, September 24|
|Session 4||Monday, October 1|
|Sessions 5 & 6||Saturday, October 13|
|Session 7 & 8||Saturday, November 3|
|Session 9||Monday, December 3|
|Sessions 10 & 11||Saturday, December 8|
How to apply
- Step 1: Submit your application online (below).
- Step 2: Email your resume to email@example.com.
- Step 3: Ask your school principal to confirm your teaching assignment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Step 4: Mail a refundable $50 deposit check, payable to “University of Southern California,” to the address below to hold your registration. The check will be returned to you at the conclusion of the seminar or should you not be accepted.
*Applicants will be notified within one week once all four items are received.
USC U.S.-China Institute
Attn: Asia K-12
3502 Watt Way, ASC G24
Los Angeles, CA 90089
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