Apr 14

4/21 – Seong Un Kim

Wide Show and Feedback Loop in Postwar Japanese Television

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Speaker: Seong Un Kim (PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of Chicago)

Discussant: William Feeney (PhD Student, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago)

Date/Time: April 21, 4:15 to 6:00pm

Venue: John Hope Franklin Room (Social Science Research Building, 224)

Paper: Seong Un Kim-EATRH

Mar 30

Spring Quarter Schedule

The East Asia: Transregional Histories Workshop is back for the Spring Quarter!  Below are our scheduled events.

April 7   – Kyuhyun Jo – Department of History, University of Chicago
“For a More Perfect Communist Revolution”
Discussant: Benjamin Miller – Department of History, University of Chicago

April 21 – Seong Kim – Department of History, University of Chicago
“Wideshow and Feedback Loop in Postwar Japanese Television”
Discussant: William Feeney – Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago

May 5   – William Feeney – Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago
Discussant: Seong Kim – Department of History, University of Chicago

May 19 – Dr. Nancy Stalker – Department of History, University of Texas at Austin
Discussant: Erin Newton – Department of History, University of Chicago

June 2  – Lester Zhuquing Hu – Department of Musicology, University of Chicago
Discussant: TBD

June 10 – MA Seminar and Roundtable

Mar 01

3/4 – “Space and Region” Roundtable Discussion

A joint endeavor with the Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop

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An open discussion about the nature of “space” and “region” in relation to the study of East Asia.

Discussants:  Scott Aalgaard (PhD student, EALC), Susan Su (PhD student, EALC), Nic Wong (Phd student, CMLT)

Date/Time: 3pm to 5pm

Venue: Center for East Asian Studies Media Room (CEAS 319 1155 E 60th St.)

Feb 05

Jun Hee Lee 2/11

Music for the Youth: American Folk Song’s Impact on 1960’s Utagoe
Ling to paper: Music for the Youth

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Speaker: Jun Hee Lee (PhD Student, Department of History, University of Chicago)

Discussant: Paride Stortini (PhD Student, Department of Divinity, University of Chicago)

Date/Time: Thursday, February 11, 4:15 to 6:00

Venue: John Hope Franklin Room (SSRB), Room 224

Jan 21

Paride Stortini 1/28

East and West of the Tsukiji Honganji
Travel and the Construction of a Japanese Modern Buddhist Temple
Link to Paper: Paride Stortini

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Speaker: Paride Stortini (PhD Student, Department of Divinity at the University of Chicago), presenting:

Date/Time: Thursday, January 28, 4:15 to 6:00 pm

Venue:  John Hope Franklin Room (SSRB), Room 224

Jan 06

East Asia: Transregional Histories – Winter Schedule

We’re back!  Here is our schedule for the Winter 2016 Quarter…we hope you can join us!

January 15 – Dr. Federico Marcon, Professor of Japanese History at Princeton University.
“Money Talks: Monetary Disputes in Early Eighteenth-Century Japan”
*This will be a joint session with the Visual and Material Perspectives on East Asia Workshop

January 28 – Paride Stortini, PhD Student in the Department of Divinity at the University of Chicago.
“East and West of the Tsukiji Honganji”
Discussant: Jun Hee Lee.

February 11 – Jun Hee Lee, PhD Student in the Department of History at the University of Chicago.
“Music for the Youth: American Folk Music’s Impact on 1960s Utagoe”
Discussant: Paride Stortini.

February 25 – Lester Zhuquing Hu, PhD Student in the Department of Music at the University of Chicago.
“Hybrid voices: Western music theory at the service of a Chinese emperor”
Discussant: TBA

March 10 – TBA

Nov 09

11/19 Dan Knorr – Joint Session w/ Human Rights Workshop

Placing the American State in the Interior of China: The Jinan Missionary Case, 1881-1891

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Speaker: Dan Knorr (PhD Student, Department of History, University of Chicago)

Discussant: Evelyn Atkinson (PhD Student, Department of History, University of Chicago)

Date/Time: November 19, 4:15 to 6:00pm

Venue: John Hope Franklin Room (Social Science Research Building, 224)

Paper: Knorr Placing the American State

Oct 29

11/5 Dr. Roderick Wilson

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Edomae and the Changing Environmental Relations of a Fishing Community in Edo-Tokyo, 1600-1900

Speaker: Dr. Roderick Wilson (Professor of History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Discussant: Sophia Sherry (PhD Student, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Chicago)

Date/Time: November 5, 4:15 to 6:00pm

Venue: John Hope Franklin Room (Social Science Research Building, 224)