Upcoming Events

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Tuesday, Feb. 16th 4:30 PM
Lunar New Year Reception 2016
Common Room, Henry R. Luce Hall
Special Event
Friday, Feb. 19th 12:00 PM
Beyond Womenomics: Women's Activism and Civil Society in Japan
Linda Hasunuma - Assistant Professor of Government, Franklin and Marshall College
Room 241, Rosenkranz Hall
Monday, Feb. 22nd 5:30 PM
“Starting wars is easy, ending them hard:” The Politics of Peace and War in 11th Century China
Paul Smith - Professor of History, Haverford College
Room 203, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture
Tuesday, Feb. 23rd 4:00 PM
Changing Notions of ‘Feminine Spaces’ in Chosŏn Dynasty Korea: the Case of Sin Saimdang (1504-1551)
Burglind Jungmann - Professor of Korean Art History, University of California, Los Angeles
Room TBD, Loria Center
Thursday, Feb. 25th 7:00 PM
"Yojimbo" - Yojinbō
Auditorium, Whitney Humanities Center
Film
Friday, Feb. 26th 9:30 AM
Yale Inter-Asia Connections Conference 2016: Alternative Asias: Currents, Crossings, Connection
Room 105, Department of Anthropology
Conference
Sunday, Feb. 28th 2:00 PM
"Sword of Doom" - Daibosatsu tōge
Auditorium, Whitney Humanities Center
Film
Thursday, Mar. 3rd 4:00 PM
The Asian American Achievement Paradox
Min Zhou - Professor of Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles; and Jennifer Lee - Professor of Sociology, University of California, Irvine
Auditorium, Henry R. Luce Hall
Thursday, Mar. 3rd 4:30 PM
Tea and Other Health Drinks in Song-dynasty China: Some Clues from the Buddhist Monastery
James Benn - Professor of Religious Studies, McMaster University
Room B-04, Department of Religious Studies
Friday, Mar. 4th 12:00 PM
Security Policy and Military Power in Japan
Nori Katagiri - Assistant Professor of Political Science, Saint Louis University
Room 241, Rosenkranz Hall
Monday, Mar. 7th 3:30 PM
Imagine, Conceive, Represent
Max Hirsh - University of Hong Kong; Martina Nguyen - Baruch College; & Anand Taneja - Vanderbilt University
Room 208, Whitney Humanities Center
Workshop
Monday, Mar. 7th 4:00 PM
Loess is More: Arid Asia and the Yellow River Disaster Regime
Ruth Mostern - Associate Professor of History, University of California, Merced
Room 203, Henry R. Luce Hall
Thursday, Mar. 10th 4:00 PM
The Nara Court Under Buddhism: The Religious Side of Political History in Ancient Japan
Bryan Lowe - Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Vanderbilt University
Auditorium, Henry R. Luce Hall
Thursday, Mar. 10th 7:00 PM
"Bandits vs. Samurai Squadron" - Kumokiri Nizaemon
Auditorium, Whitney Humanities Center
Film
Monday, Mar. 28th 4:30 PM
Chinese Theories of Fiction and the Creation of Transcultural Theories of Fiction
Lena Rydholm - Professor of Chinese, Uppsala University
Room 312, Hall of Graduate Studies
Monday, Apr. 4th 3:30 PM
Move, Connect, Exchange
Tulasi Srinivas - Emerson College; Pamela Corey - SOAS; & Eric Tagliacozzo - Cornell University
Room 208, Whitney Humanities Center
Workshop
Monday, Apr. 4th 5:30 PM
Negotiating Rights: 25 Years of Activism in China
John Kamm - Founder and Chairman, The Dui Hua Foundation
The GM Room, Horchow Hall
Lecture
Tuesday, Apr. 5th 4:00 PM
Soil and Society on the Loess Plateau, c. 1850s-1950s: A History from the Bottom Up
Micah Muscolino - Associate Professor of Modern Chinese History, Oxford University
Room 203, Henry R. Luce Hall
Thursday, Apr. 7th 4:00 PM
Decoding the European Image: Hollandology, Emblems, and Western World Views in Early Modern Japan
Ivo Smits - Professor of Arts and Cultures of Japan, Leiden University
Auditorium, Henry R. Luce Hall
Monday, Apr. 11th 4:45 PM
Dismantling Developmentalism: Japan’s Political and Economic Struggles After Achieving Success
T. J. Pempel - Jack M. Forcey Professor of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley
Auditorium, Henry R. Luce Hall

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