Welcome to Wesleyan's College of East Asian Studies
The College of East Asian Studies (CEAS) was established in July 2014 through the merger of three academic units: the Asian Languages and Literatures Department, the East Asian Studies Program, and the Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies. More information on the history of East Asian Studies at Wesleyan can be found under the History link to the left. The main office of the CEAS is in the Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies (which continues be the name of the building at 343 Washington Terrace, though it is no longer an independent academic unit); the CEAS also has an office in Fisk Hall 301.
Links to the left provide information about some of the special resources of the College. For our many events, see here; for the wide range of activities at Wesleyan taking place in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language, see here.