Upcoming Events

All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted.

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Sunday, Feb. 1st 7:00 PM
Police Officer (警察官)
Auditorium, Whitney Humanities Center
Film
Sunday, Feb. 1st 9:15 PM
The Red Peony (緋牡丹博徒 花札勝負)
Auditorium, Whitney Humanities Center
Film
Monday, Feb. 9th 5:00 PM
Marvelous Wonders and Surprising Delights: 'Strange Things from the West' and Late Joseon Painting
Chin-Sung Chang - Associate Professor, Department of Archaeology and Art History, Seoul National University
Room TBD, Loria Center
Lecture
Wednesday, Feb. 11th 12:00 PM
Is Abe Turning Japan to the Right? Constitutional, Legislative, Security and Other Issues after the Election
Naoyuki Agawa - Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Shonan Fujisawa Campus, Keio University
Room 102, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture
Wednesday, Feb. 11th 12:00 PM
The Regional Context of the 1962 Sino-Indian War: China’s Policy of Conciliation with its Neighbors
Eric Hyer - Department of Political Science, Brigham Young University
Room 203, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture
Thursday, Feb. 12th 7:00 PM
The Man Who Disappeared Yesterday (昨日消えた男)
Auditorium, Whitney Humanities Center
Film
Thursday, Feb. 12th 8:45 PM
The Last Gunfight (暗黒街の対決)
Auditorium, Whitney Humanities Center
Film
Saturday, Feb. 14th 7:00 PM
A Fugitive from the Past (飢餓海峡)
Auditorium, Whitney Humanities Center
Film
Sunday, Feb. 15th 4:00 PM
Wolf, Pig, and Man (狼と豚と人間)
Auditorium, Whitney Humanities Center
Film
Sunday, Feb. 15th 6:45 PM
World Premiere - Chutaro of Banba (瞼の母) & Closing Symposium
Panelists - Osawa Jō (National Film Center), Philip Kaffen (New York University), Inuhiko Yomota (Film Critic); Moderated by Aaron Gerow (Yale University)
Auditorium, Whitney Humanities Center
Conference, Film, Special Event
Monday, Feb. 16th 4:00 PM
Hong Kong Under China – Challenges to the Rule of Law and Judicial Independence
Margaret Ng - Barrister and Former Legislative Council Member, HKSAR
Auditorium, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture, Special Event
Thursday, Feb. 19th 5:00 PM
The Taming of 'Sisters of the Gion': A Case Study of the Home Ministry’s Film Censorship
Chika Kinoshita - Associate Professor of Film Studies, Tokyo Metropolitan University
Room 202, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture
Friday, Feb. 20th 4:30 PM
Tokugawa, Romanov and Khmer: Japanese Diplomacy As World History
Mark Ravina - Professor of History, Emory University
Room 211, Hall of Graduate Studies
Lecture
Saturday, Feb. 21st 10:00 AM
Lunarfest 2015
Whitney Ave, New Haven Museum & Luce Hall
Special Event, Performance
Tuesday, Feb. 24th 4:30 PM
Parody as Key: Interpreting the Inconsistent Narrative Voice of Ihara Saikaku’s The Life of an Amorous Man
David Gundry - Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages & Cultures, University of California, Davis
Room 203, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture
Wednesday, Feb. 25th 12:00 PM
From Diplomatic Failure to Legal Entanglement: Tokugawa Japan’s Changing Relations with Southeast Asia in the Seventeenth Century
Adam Clulow - Senior Lecturer, School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies, Monash University
Room 203, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture
Thursday, Feb. 26th 4:30 PM
CEAS Lunar New Year Reception 2015
2nd Floor Common Room, Luce Hall
Special Event
Friday, Feb. 27th 9:00 AM
Yale Asian American Studies Conference 2015
Keynote Speaker - Don T. Nakanishi, UCLA
Location TBD
Conference
Friday, Feb. 27th 12:00 PM
The Problem of Commemorating: Epitaph Writing and Filial Expression in the Northern Song (960-1125)
Cong Ellen Zhang - Associate Professor & Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of History, University of Virginia
Room 202, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture
Saturday, Feb. 28th 10:00 AM
Yale Asian American Studies Conference 2015
Location TBD
Conference

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