Terasaki Center for Japanese StudiesUCLA established its Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies within the International Studies and Overseas Programs, the predecessor organization of the UCLA International Institute, in the fall of 1991. There were two central reasons for the Center's inception. One was to help develop the infrastructure of Japanese Studies on the UCLA campus. The second was to provide an academic understanding of the increasingly complex issues that emerged between the United States and Japan in recent years.
Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies
- Hitoshi Abe, Professor; Chair of Architecture & Urban Design
- Seiji Lippit, Associate Professor, Asian Languages and Cultures; Associate Director of the Terasaki Center for Japanese Studiesóãîëîâíûé-àäâîêà
Hanamori Yasuji and the politics of post-war Japanese culture
Hirotaka Kasai discussed the work of Japanese magazine editor Hanamori Yasuji and the politics of everyday life in postwar and contemporary Japan.
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