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Scott Mehl, “Hagiwara Sakutaro and the Psychology of William James.”

May 7th, 2012 No comments

The Art and Politics of East Asia workshop presents:

Scott Mehl PhD candidate,
Comparative Literature, University of Chicago

Presenting a chapter from his dissertation:
“Hagiwara Sakutaro and the Psychology of William James.”

**please note the new meeting time for this session**

Thursday, May 10th,
3:00-5:00pm
Judd Hall, Room 313
5835 S. Kimbark Ave. Chicago, IL 60637

This workshop is sponsored by the Center for East Asian Studies and the Council on Advanced Studies in the Humanities. Persons who believe they may need assistance to participate fully, please contact the coordinator (Daniel Johnson) in advance at: djohn at uchicago.edu

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Namhee Han, “Bodies for Anamorphic Vision,” May 4th

May 1st, 2012 No comments

The Art and Politics of East Asia workshop presents:

Namhee Han PhD candidate,

Cinema and Media Studies, University of Chicago

Presenting a chapter from her dissertation:
“Bodies for Anamorphic Vision: The Emperor and the Postwar Spectator inĀ Emperor Meiji and the Great Russo-Japanese War, a chapter from her dissertation, “The Cinema of Anamrophic Vision: Widescreen Cinema and Postwar Japan.”

Friday, May 4th,
3:00-5:00pm
Judd Hall, Room 313
5835 S. Kimbark Ave. Chicago, IL 60637

This workshop is sponsored by the Center for East Asian Studies and the Council on Advanced Studies in the Humanities. Persons who believe they may need assistance to participate fully, please contact the coordinator (Daniel Johnson) in advance at: djohn at uchicago.edu

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