The Asian studies major is a joint major with one of the following departments: art (art history), history, modern languages and literatures (Chinese), or religious studies. It provides a structured yet flexible curriculum to enable students to focus their work on Asia while acquiring a solid methodological grounding in an academic discipline.
More information about the joint major requirements is outlined in the academic course catalog.
The Asian Studies Concentration at Kenyon is an interdisciplinary program that integrates coursework in anthropology, art history, history, language, music, philosophy, political science, religious studies, and sociology. The program also sponsors films, invites speakers to the College, and promotes other social and cultural events to stimulate campus awareness of the societies of East and Southeast Asia, India and its neighbors, and the Islamic world.
More information about the concentration requirements is outlined in the academic course catalog.