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Archive for "Mar 2009"

Workshops this week

The week of March 30, we are excited to begin spring quarter with two workshops scheduled: one on March 30, at 4:30 p.m. in Social Sciences 302, and another April 1, at 3:30 in the John Hope Franklin room. We are proud to have such distinguished speakers, and we hope you will be able to […]

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State-sponsored translation in China, 1952-2003

The Art and Politics in East Asia Workshop Special Presentation: State-sponsored translation in China, 1952-2003: Practices, consequences, and implications for translation studies Bonnie McDougall Emeritus Professor of Chinese, The University of Edinburgh April 3, 3:30pm Social Science 224 (John Hope Franklin Room) Abstract Translation Studies (TS) tends to take for granted certain generalized notions of […]

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Exploring the Philosophical and Historical Dimensions of Contemporary Japan by Tracing Three “Turns”

The Art and Politics in East Asia Workshop Presents: Exploring the Philosophical and Historical Dimensions of Contemporary Japan by Tracing Three “Turns” A Special Presentation By: Iwasaki Minoru Tokyo University of Foreign Studies “The ‘Memorial’ Turn in Contemporary Philosophy” Narita Ryûichi Japan Women’s University “Spatial Turn and Temporal Turn in Contemporary Historical Studies.” Monday, March […]

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Issues in Conceptualizing Japanese Garden Art

The Art and Politics in East Asia Workshop Presents: Issues in Conceptualizing Japanese Garden Art Camelia Nakagawara Ph. D Candidate Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations With a response offered by Brian Bergstrom, Ph.D student, EALC Friday, March 6 4:00-6:00 p.m. Judd 313 There is no paper for this workshop. Abstract: For many centuries, “Japanese […]

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