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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)
Alex Murphy
Clockwise from left: Fumiko Kawabata, Eiga no Tomo (July 1938), flyer for Zenkoku Nomin Sogo Taikai (April 1935), in-studio session for JOAK program (More)
Feb. 1, Zhiyan Yang
Thursday, February 1,  5:00 - 7:00 pm, CWAC 152  (Please note the special day and time) When Recent Past Became New History: Learning from a Historical Survey (1987-1991) of Modern Architecture in China Zhiyan Yang Department of Art History, (More)
Brian White
Cover for Tsutsui Yasutaka's 1967 short story "The Vietnam Travel Agency" Brian White (PhD Candidate, EALC) “Asian Alien (More)
Monday, January 8th: Alex Jania "For Us, The Earth Still Shakes: Thoughts on Disaster Memorialization in Japan and Methodologies of Emotional History"
Alex Jania PhD Student, Department of History, University of Chicago " For Us, The Earth Still Shakes: Thoughts on Disaster Memorialization in Japan and Methodologies of Emotional History" Monday, January 8th 12:00-1:15 PM The Library at the Mart (More)
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