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Sophia Sherry: Ethnography of Loss
Sophia Sherry (PhD Candidate, English) "Ethnography of Loss: Fumiko Hayashi’s Postwar Women" Discussant: David Krolikoski (PhD Candidate, EALC) Friday, January 18, 3-5PM Location: CEAS 319 (1155 E 60th St)  More)
Nicholas Lambrecht
Nicholas Lambrecht "Life After Return in Postwar Japan: From Fujiwara Tei to Miyao Tomiko" Friday, November 16, 3-5PM Location: CEAS 319 (1155 E 60th St)   More)
Megan Beckerich
Megan Beckerich "Supernatural Bodies and Censorship in 19th Century Japanese Prints" Friday, October 26th, 4-6 p.m.* Location: CEAS 319 (1155 E. 60th St.) More)
2018 Fall Quarter Schedule
Sun Xun 孙逊 Endopsychic Fire, 2015. Painting Ink and color on Photographic Paper, Silver dust (More)
Jun Hee Lee
Title screen from film Araki Sakae the Laborer-Composer (1993) Jun Hee Lee (PhD Candidate in History) “In Chorus with Japanese Laborers: the Utagoe (More)
Pedagogy Roundtable: Syllabi Workshop
Sohye Kim, PhD Candidate in EALC; David Krolikoski, PhD Candidate in EALC; Kyle Peters, PhD Candidate in EALC; Yiren Zheng, PhD Candidat (More)
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 "Asi (More)
Thursday, April 5th: Jiakai Sheng, "Homeward Bound: The Postwar Repatriation of Japanese Civilians in Shanghai, 1945-1947"
Jiakai Sheng PhD Student, Department of History "Homeward Bound: The Postwar Repatriation of Japanese Civilians in Shanghai, 1945-1947" Thursday, April 5th, 4-6 PM John Hope Franklin Room Please join the East Asia: Transregional Histories worksh (More)
Thursday, March 1st: Alex Haskins, ““Reimagining Japanese Modernities” – Alertness, Dignity, and Foreign Learning in Sakuma Shozan’s Thought”
Alex Haskins PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science ""Reimagining Modernities"- Alertness, Dignity and Foreign Learning in Sakuma Shozan's Thought" Thursday, March 1st, 4-6 PM CEAS 319 Discussant: Tejas Parasher [PhD Candidate, Departmen (More)
Paride Stortini
Hirayama Ikuo, "Ancestral Buddhism," 1959. Saku Municipal Museum Modern Art Collection. Paride Stortini (PhD Student, Divinity) “Imagining a Cosmopolitan (More)
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