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Archive for "Oct 2009"

Nov.6th Talk by Professor Gerry Yokota: Theorizing Literature of Millennial Witness

Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop presents:    Theorizing Literature of Millennial Witness: The Tale of Genji in New Noh by Women   Gerry Yokota (Professor, Osaka University)     With a Response Offered by Reginald Jackson (Assistant Professor, EALC, University of Chicago)   November 6th (Friday)  2:00-4:00 p.m. Judd Hall 313 5835 S. Kimbark Avenue […]

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October 23rd presentation: “Iconoclasm in Self-Expression: Narratives of Love and Guilt”

The Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop is pleased to present: “Iconoclasm in Self-Expression: Narratives of Love and Guilt” (the third chapter from her dissertation, “Forbidden Enlightenment: Self-Articulation and Self-Accusation in the Works of Yu Dafu (1896-1945).”) Valerie Levan Ph.D.  Candidate  Department of Comparative Literature with a response by Scott Mehl (Ph.D student, Department of […]

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Writing Ethnicity in Contemporary China October 12 (Monday)

The Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop invites you to attend:   Writing Ethnicity in Contemporary China: A Conversation with Six Writers We are going to discuss issues such as how these writers bring their own ethnic background into their writing in Chinese, how they deal with the relationship between artistic creation and politics […]

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First APEA Workshop of the 2009-2010 Year (October 9)

The Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop is pleased to present:   How Do You Tell a Radical Story?: Leftist Experiments in Children’s Literature, 1926-1931    (click on the title to read the paper)    Mika Endo Ph.D.  Candidate Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations   Discussants:  Jae Yon Lee (Ph.D. Candidate, EALC, […]

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