Alesia Campbell (AAAS) Receives Prestigious Two-Year Research Scholarship
Alesia Campbell received a prestigious, two-year research scholarship awarded by Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). Alesia will be moving to Japan to continue studying Japanese Popular Media and the history of the Sengoku period leaders through the use of classical Japanese texts.
Alesia graduated from CSULB in fall 2012 with her M.A. in Asian Studies. The title of her master’s thesis is “History Transformed: Sengoku Daimyo in Japanese Popular Media.” She received her B.A. in Japanese Language and Literature from UC Irvine in June 2009.
The College of Liberal Arts and the Department of Asian and Asian American Studies congratulates Alesia for her scholarly dedication and active involvement in the successful academic events organized by the Asian Studies Graduate Society (ASGS).