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THURS. October 5, Adrian Favell
Thursday, October 5,  5-7pm, CWAC 156 After the Tsunami: Japanese Contemporary Art since 2011 Adrian Favell Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, University of Leeds   More)
Will Carroll
Friday, October 6th, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. in Wieboldt 301N  Will Carroll, "I don't masturbate; I fight!": The Specter of Kita I (More)
Oct 4 (Thursday): Laura Hein
Laura Hein (Professor of History, Northwestern University) "The Art of Bourgeois Culture in Kamakura" Oct. 4 (Thursday) 4:00-6:00 p.m. Location: JHF Room (SS224) (More)
May 24: Seongun Kim
Seongun Kim (PhD Candidate, History, University of Chicago) “Entertaining Japan: Japan’s Postwar Entertainment Broadcasting and the Discourse of Media Responsibility” May 24 (Thursday) 4-6 pm. Location: HM 150 (More)
April 19: Pär Cassel
Pär Cassel Assistant Professor, History, University of Michigan "Tinker, tailor, consul, sailor: Sino-Japanese Extraterritoriality under the Treaty of Tianjin, 1871-1895" Thursday, April 19, 2012 JHF Room, 4-6 pm. (More)
February 23: Helen Findley
Helen Findley  PhD. Candidate, EALC, UChicago "Practical Preaching: Shaku Soen and the Creation of a Buddhist Citizenry" Thursday, February 23, 2012 JHF (SS224), 4-6 pm (More)
10/27: Dong-choon Kim
Dong-choon Kim Professor of Social Sciences, Sungkonghoe University "Korea's Movement to settle the Past Issues and Peace in East Asia" Oct. 27 (Thursday), 4:00-6:00 p.m. Location: HM 103 (More)
4/15 Cameron Penwell, SS 224
April 15, 4-6 pm, Social Sciences 224 Cameron Penwell, PhD student, History “The Sugamo Prison Chaplain Incident: A Look at Religion-State Relations in the Late Meiji Period” The paper is available More)
Thursday, March 9 : Jessa Dahl
Please join us next week as the East Asia: Transregional Histories Workshop welcomes our own   Jessa Dahl PhD Student, University of Chicago “After Dejima: Nagasaki’s ‘Heroic Women’ and Networks of International Exchange, 1827-1899” (More)
Thursday, April 6, 4-6 PM : Kyle Pan -- Aiding War Criminals in the “New” Japan
Kyle Pan University of Chicago “Aiding War Criminals in the ‘New’ Japan: A Study of The War Convicted Benefit Society, 1952-1958.” April 6th, 4-6 PM John Hope Franklin Room (SSR 224) Please join us as the East Asia: Transregional Histories works (More)
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