The Mercer Island Reporter recently highlights Annelise Giseburt ’16 (Fellow to Hiroshima) in their publication. Starting in the fall, Annelise will be the first Shansi Fellow to work in Hiroshima with UNITAR, ANT-Hiroshima, and Green Legacy Hiroshima.
First year and second year narratives are now up! Read more on what our Fellows have been up to at their site locations.
Emma Leiken’s Religion Capstone, “The New Epoch-Builder: Buddhist Identities and the Reclamation of Personhood in the Ambedkar Conversion Movement” and Richard Tran’s Honors Studio Thesis Exhibition, “I Will Not Be Buried” are this year’s Shansi Prize winners!
Find out more about our In-Asia Grant recipients and their exciting projects for this summer!
Patrick Gilfether ’15 latest documentary sheds light on the Aceh Citizen Lawsuit Movement (Gerakan Rakyat Aceh Menggugat, GeRAM), a movement mobilized by local community to protect the Leuser Ecosystem, which is threatened by the government.
The spring semester begins with two new Visiting Scholars from Syiah Kuala University in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Meet Farah Diba and Riswandi!
Five Obies have been selected to embark on two-year Shansi Fellowships to China, Indonesia, and Japan. Click the title to read more about these exceptional Fellows.
Three First-Year and one Second-Year students have been awarded the In-Asia Grants for their creative projects in China, Indonesia, India, and Nepal. Click the title to find out more about their projects!
Shansi starts off the new school semester with two Visiting Scholars, Ms. Padmaja Sankararaj, from Lady Doak in Madurai, India and Mr. Abdillah Imron Nasution from Syiah Kuala University in Banda Aceh, Indonesia.
Taigu Fellow Charlotte Hopkinson reports on her visits to Grace Vineyard in Shanxi County, China.