Upcoming Events

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

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Sunday, Feb. 25th 7:00 PM
"Approved for Adoption" Film Screening
Whitney Humanities Center
Film
Monday, Feb. 26th 12:00 PM
Gendering Diplomacy at the Bandung Conference of 1955
Naoko Shimazu - Professor of Humanities (History), Associate Dean of Faculty, Yale-NUS College
Room 203, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture
Tuesday, Feb. 27th 4:30 PM
A Poetics of Ambiguity: Japanese Cryptography at the Crossroads of Text and Image
Claire-­Akiko Brisset - Associate Professor in Japanese Cultural History, Paris Diderot University
Room 203, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture, Special Event
Friday, Mar. 2nd 12:00 PM
Japan, US, and the Liberal World Order - A view out of UN diplomacy
Misako Kaji - Professor of International Relations, Hitotsubashi University
Room 202, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture
Sunday, Mar. 4th 1:30 PM
"Paprika" Film Screening
Whitney Humanities Center
Film
Monday, Mar. 5th 4:30 PM
A Mother’s Song: Translating Stella Dallas Across Media and Genre
Sarah Frederick - Associate Professor of Japanese, Comparative Literature, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Boston University
Room 202, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture
Thursday, Mar. 8th 5:00 PM
First-Person Illness Narratives in Early Medieval China: Autobiography, Correspondence, Poetry
Antje Richter - Associate Professor of Chinese, University of Colorado at Boulder
Room 202, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture
Tuesday, Apr. 3rd 4:30 PM
Behind Literary Creation: Lu Ji’s Ideas and Fears about Writing
Wendy Swartz - Associate Professor of Chinese Literature, Rutgers University
Room 203, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture
Wednesday, Apr. 4th 4:00 PM
On the Transnational Destruction of Cities: What Japan and the U.S. Learned from the Bombing of Britain and Germany in World War II
Sheldon Garon - Professor of History and East Asian Studies, Princeton University
Room 211, Hall of Graduate Studies
Lecture, Special Event
Friday, Apr. 20th 12:00 PM
Unconventional Politics: Ideas, Policy Networks and Japan’s Monetary Policymaking under Deflation
Saori Katada - Associate Professor, School of International Relations, University of Southern California
Room 202, Henry R. Luce Hall
Lecture
Friday, Apr. 27th 12:00 PM
Japanese "Postwar" in Manchuria
Hideto Tsuboi - Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Location TBD
Lecture
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