9:00-10:30am “Law and Governance in Early Modern Japan-With Special Reference to Mapping and Spatiality”. Special Lecture by Professor SUGIMOTO Fumiko, Historiographical Institute, Tokyo University. LECTURE IN JAPANESE ONLY. 10:30-10:50am Coffee Break 10:50-11:30am “Mind Maps and Land Maps”, Professor Ronald P. Toby, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne 11:30-12:10pm “Corporate Land Tenure: A GIS Assessment”, Professor Philip C. Brown, The Ohio State University 12:10-1:40pm Lunch 1:40-2:20pm “Politics and Panoramic Views” (Ichiranzu no seijigaku), Professor Henry D. Smith III, Columbia University 2:20-3:00pm “Current events and Bird’s eye Views”, Professor SUGIMOTO Fumiko, Tokyo University 3:00-3:20pm Coffee Break 3:20-4:20pm “Cartographic Japan: An Introduction”, Professors KÃ¤ren Wigen, Stanford University, and Cary Karacas, City University of New York 4:20-5:00pm Final discussion
Mapping Japanese History: Space Power, Representation
Monday, September 17, 2012 - 9:00am to 10:30am
Room 203, Henry R. Luce Hall
34 Hillhouse AvenueNew Haven, CT 6511
A workshop organized by the Council on East Asian Studies at Yale University in conjunction with the Todai-Yale Initiative, and with the generous support of the Friends of Todai, Inc.