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Protected: Friday 6/7: Heather Bowen-Struyk, Ph.D. “Between Men: Male-Male Camradely Intimacy in Japanese Proletarian Literature”

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Protected: Friday 5/31: HyunHee Park, “Women tearing the Screen: Strait of Choson (1943) and Wartime Melodrama”

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Protected: 5/24 Shinyoung Kwon, “Colonial Legitimacy: Neither Political nor Apolitical NAs”

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Workshop rescheduled: Hyunhee Park on 5/31

The workshop with Hyunhee Park originally scheduled this Friday, May 10, has been moved to the end of the month on 5/31.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Protected: Anthony Rausch, Hirosaki University “From News to Social Memory: 3.11 and Newspaper Columns in Public Memory Creation” 4/26

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Protected: Ling Zhang, “Spacing Sound, Sounding Body: Soundscape in 1920s-1940s Chinese Cinema” 4/19

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Protected: George Sipos, “Translating (as) Politics: Nakano Shigeharu’s House in the Village” 4/12

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APEA Spring Schedule

The Art and Politics in East Asia Workshop is pleased to present our schedule of presentations for the Spring Quarter!

All workshop meetings will take place from 3:00-5:00 in Judd Hall room 313:

 

Spring Quarter: 4/01 – 6/15

George Sipos, EALC 4/12

Zhang Ling, EALC 4/19

Anthony Rausch, Hirosaki University 4/26

[**rescheduled below Hyunhee Park, EALC 5/10]

Shinyoung Kwon, History  5/24

Hyunhee Park, EALC 5/31

Heather Bowen-Struyk, University of Michigan 6/07 (2nd day of reading period)

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This workshop is sponsored by the Council on Advanced Studies in the Humanities. Persons who believe they may need assistance to participate fully, please contact the coordinator (Joshua Solomon) in advance at: joshua.lee.solomon@gmail.com

Student Round-table Discussion on Conferences 3/15

Art and Politics in East Asia is pleased to announce our final workshop of the quarter:

Conference Presentations: A Student Round-table Discussion

Students are invited to bring questions, anecdotes, and tips concerning all things conference.  Suggested topics for discussion are networking, making a successful presentation, attending conferences as a non-presenter, and selecting the proper conference for you — although discussion will be completely open to meet participant interest.

We are looking forward to some lively and productive discussion, so please feel free to bring a friend!

This will be the last workshop of the quarter, and the workshop will take discussion participants out to dinner afterward.

The workshop will be held on Friday, March 15 from 3:00-5:00, in Judd Hall, room 313.

This workshop is sponsored by the Council on Advanced Studies in the Humanities. Persons who believe they may need assistance to participate fully, please contact the coordinator (Joshua Solomon) in advance at: joshua.lee.solomon@gmail.com

Protected: Carly Buxton, “Uniform Jidai: Dress and Mind in Wartime Japan” Friday, 3/8

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