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Reiko Abe Auestad
Friday, October 27th, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. in CEAS 319 (1155 E. 60th St (More)
Thursday, November 2nd: Robert Burgos "Local Discourses of Identity and 'Ruralness' in the Yuri Region of Akita, Japan"
Robert Burgos PhD Student, University of Chicago "Local Discourses of Identity and 'Ruralness' in the Yuri Region of Akita, Japan" Thursday, November 2nd, 4:00-6:00 PM John Hope Franklin Room [SSR 224] Discussant: Dan Knorr, PhD Candidate, Unive (More)
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)
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