Candice and Robert Willoughby East Asian Studies Seminar Room

The East Asia Seminar Room houses more than 3,600 reference books in East Asian studies and more than 50 unbound core academic journals in Chinese and Japanese. These materials are non-circulating, though East Asian Studies professors and graduate students may borrow items with the Chinese or Japanese bibliographer's special written permission. 

Meeting table, computer monitor, and shelves in the East Asian Studies seminar room.

The Candice and Robert Willoughby East Asian Studies Seminar Room is designated for research and teaching in East Asian studies. Those using the seminar room for individual and group research activities in East Asian studies will have priority over other users.

East Asian Studies classes can be held in this seminar room on a semester-by-semester basis. East Asian Studies faculty may also reserve the room in three-hour segments for other occasions throughout the year. A schedule of reservations is posted on the Seminar Room door.

Where to print, copy, scan

Accordion List


  • Computer work station
  • Flat-screen monitor
  • Soft seating
  • Whiteboard

For the whiteboard, bring your own markers and eraser.
The  computer workstation in the seminar room has specialized software for the use of East Asian-language databases.

No food or beverage is allowed.