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Calendar of Events
 

Calendar of Events

The East Asia Center sponsors a series of speakers throughout the academic year. This semester's events are listed below, whereas past semesters' events are available only in poster form.

Spring 2014 EVENTS

East Asia Center Lecture Series:

Friday, January 24th, 4:15 - 6pm, Monroe Hall 130

Yoonjung Seo, University of California, Los Angeles

"THE SACRED PAST AND THE CELEBRATED PRESENT: CHINESE FIGURAL SUBJECTS IN THE COMMEMORATIVE COURT PAINTING OF THE CHOSEN DYNASTY IN KOREA"

More details can be found in the flyer (.pdf file).

Friday,January 31st, 4:15 - 6pm, Monroe Hall 130

Benedetta Lomi, University of London

"PICTURING TEXTS: REFLECTIONS ON THE EXPRESSIVE STRATEGIES OF MEDIEVAL JAPANESE COLLECTIONS"

More details can be found in the flyer (.pdf file).

Friday, February 7th, 4:15 - 6pm, Monroe Hall 130

Robert Goree, Boston University

"LANDMARKS, PICTURES, AND POPULAR HISTORY IN EARLY MODERN JAPAN"

More details can be found in the flyer (.pdf file).

Friday, February 21st, 3:15-5pm, Monroe Hall 130
Christina Yi, University of British Columbia
"TRANSLATION, TRANSNATIONAL LITERATURE, AND ETHNIC MINORITIES IN JAPAN: MY JOURNEY TO ACADEMIA
More details can be found in the flyer (.pdf file).

Friday, February 28th, 3:15-5pm, Monroe Hall 130

Bryan Lowe, Vanderbilt University

"HAUNTED BY DEMONS, WATCHED BY KINGS: BUDDHISM, POLITICS, AND SUTRA TRANSCRIPTION IN EARLY JAPAN
More details can be found in the flyer (.pdf file).

 

Monday, March 3rd, 6:30-8pm, Monroe Hall 13D

Tamura Kanji, Rissho University, Japan

"NICHIREN AND KABUKI THEATER"

More details can be found in the flyer (.pdf file).

Co-sponsored by the Institute of Humanities and Global Cultures

Tuesday, March 18th, 3:15 pm, Rouss Hall 221

Youngmin Kim, Dongguk University, Korea

"RETHINKING HUMANITIES IN KOREA"

More details can be found in the flyer (.pdf file).

 

Friday, March 28th, 3:15 - 5pm, Monroe Hall 130

Thomas Talhelm, University of Virginia

"THE RICE THEORY OF CULTURE: EVIDENCE FOR LARGE-SCALE PSYCHOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN CHINA"

More details can be found in the flyer (.pdf file).

Friday, April 11th, 3:15 - 5pm, Monroe Hall 130

Paul Barclay, Lafayette College

"TIME, SPACE, AND RACE IN THE JAPANESE EMPIRE: AN ANALYSIS OF MASS-MEDIA PHOTOGRAPHS OF TAIWAN INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, 1900-1935"

More details can be found in the flyer (.pdf file).

 

Friday, April 18th, 3:15 - 5pm, Monroe Hall 130

Hae Yeon Choo

"Selling Fantasies of Rescue: Intimate Labor, Filipina Migrant Hostesses, and American GIs in a Shifting Global Order"

More details can be found in the flyer (.pdf file).

Co-sponsored by the Department of Media Studies

Friday, April 25th, 3:15 - 5pm, Monroe Hall 130

Jing Wang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

"NGO 2.0 AND MEDIA ACTION RESEARCH"

Other East Asia Events: To be Announced

 


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