Winter Quarter 2018 Calendar

Songhua River Series: Snow Covered Songhua River (partial). Bai Hai (2010). Ink on rice paper.

1/19  Brian White, PhD Candidate in EALC
Asian Aliens: Race in 1960s Japanese Speculative Fiction”
Time & location: 3-5pm in CEAS 319
Co-sponsored with the Mass Culture Workshop

1/26   Sandra Park, PhD Student in History
“Crusading for the Twentieth Century: Christianity, Politics and the Cold War in South Korea and Korean-U.S. Relations, 1945-1973”
Time & location: 3-5pm in CEAS 319
Co-sponsored with the East Asia Trans-regional Histories Workshop

2/9    Alex Murphy, PhD Student in EALC
“The Era of the Voice: Performance, Technology, and Politics in Japan, 1918-1942”
Time & location: 3-5pm in CEAS 319

2/23   Sung Hyun Kang Assistant Professor at Sung Kong Hoe University
“Transnational Archives: Cold War, Postcolonialism, and Korean Studies”
Time & location: 3-5pm in CEAS 319
Co-sponsored with the East Asia Transregional Histories Workshop
This event is sponsored by the Committee on Korean Studies at the University of Chicago Center for East Asian Studies with support from a Title VI National Resource Center Grant from the United States Department of Education.

2/27   Yoon Sun Yang, Assistant Professor of Korean & Comparative Literature at Boston University
Lunch with graduate students
Time & location: 12pm-1pm in CEAS 319
This event is sponsored by the Committee on Korean Studies at the Center for East Asian Studies.

3/5     Paride Stortini, PhD Student in Divinity
“Imagining a Cosmopolitan “Furusato”: India and Buddhism in the Silk Road Imaginaire of Hirayama Ikuo”
Time & location: Noon-1:15pm in Swift Hall
Co-sponsored with the Religion and Human Sciences Workshop

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