Students pursuing Hiram’s Asian studies minor are intrigued by world cultures, societies, and the way national and ethnic identities form. They are interested by the ways Asian political, historical, and cultural developments shed light on local interests and the world’s citizens.
Students in Asian Studies might also pursue:
- International Studies
- Classical & Medieval Studies
About the Program
The Asian Studies program examines the ways Asian political, historical, and cultural developments help to articulate their local interests and our interrelated global citizenry.
Asian Studies contributes to developing a fuller and more accurate account of world cultures, societies, and religious traditions, as well as national and ethnic identity formation.
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The Office of Student Life offers several support functions, services, and opportunities for students of diverse backgrounds and to those interested in engaging in the backgrounds of others.
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