japan studies, Special Events, Study Abroad

Earlham College at iCLA

On April 2, Earlham College President Alan Price and Professor Dyron Dabney spent the day on campus and experienced iCLA’s Japan Studies program first-hand. President Price is an experienced Judoka (judo practitioner). Prof. Dabney, who is Director of Japan Study at Earlham, holds a third-degree black belt in Karate. Last November, Earlham and iCLA signed a… Continue reading Earlham College at iCLA

Arts, japan studies, Students, Workshop

Judo (柔道) at iCLA

In iCLA, not only academics are important to students. Experiencing Japanese culture is also an indispensable component of their education. iCLA offers a variety of hands-on workshops, including one in the modern martial art Judo (柔道). In 1882, Judo was created as a form of physical, mental, and moral pedagogy in Japan. The coach (先生) and the… Continue reading Judo (柔道) at iCLA