Colloquium Series, 2005-2006
Free and open to UCLA faculty, students, staff, and invited guests
Flowers, Leather and Liberation: Furonodani Village And Meiji Japan's 'Emancipatory' Moment.
Colloquium with Daniel Botsman, Professor of History, Harvard University.
Selling Songs and Smiles: Sexual Entertainment in Heian and Kamakura Japan.
Colloquium with Janet Goodwin, Independent Scholar
Performing Buddhism: Ritual Life at the Medieval Japanese Nunnery Hokkeji
Colloquium with Lori Meeks, Religion, USC.
After the Shipwreck: New Horizons in History Writing
Colloquium with Carol Gluck, Professor of History at Columbia University.
Anime Fandom and Amateur Cultural Production
Colloquium with Mizuko Ito, Communication, University of Southern California
Berlin in Tokyo: Senda Koreya, Brecht, Shakespeare
Colloquium with Thomas Rimer, 2005-2006 Paul I. Terasaki Chair.
Japan in the Shadow of War Memory
Colloquium with Akiko Hashimoto, Sociology/Asian Studies, University of Pittsburgh.
Cartographic Piety: India in the Japanese Buddhist Imagination
Colloquium with Max Moerman, Asian and Middle Eastern Cultures, Barnard College
Philosophy in Traditional Japan - Is There Such a Thing? The Early Meiji Debate and Beyond
Colloquium with John Maraldo, Asian and Comparative Philosophy, University of North Florida.
Transculturation and National Signifiers: 'Japan' In, After, and Via Diaspora and Return
12th Annual Graduate Student Symposium in Japanese Studies
International Conference 'The Making of an Ancient Capital: Nara'
Organized by Michael Marra, Asian Languages & Cultures
Illegal Korea: Coda to Empire
Colloquium with Alexis Dudden, History, Connecticut College
Democracy Without Competition in Japan: Opposition Failure in One-Party Dominant State
Colloquium with Ethan Scheiner, Political Science, UC Davis
Pictorial Commentary and the Medieval Reception of The Tale of Genji
Colloquium with Melissa McCormick, Japanese Art and Culture, Harvard University
Framing the Clown: Manzai, Violence and the Nation in Kitano Takeshi
Colloquium with Aaron Gerow, Film Studies, Yale University
Recent Psychological Research on Japanese Culture and Personality
Colloquium with David Matsumoto, Psychology, San Francisco State University
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