Past Events 2020-2021

Friday, Apr. 16th, 2021
CEAS Spring Reception
Special Event
Wednesday, Apr. 7th, 2021
A Digital Atlas of Tokugawa Japan: A work-in-progress report from the Digital Tokugawa Lab
Fabian Drixler, Henry Barnes, Yuki Hoshino, Werner Stangl, and Floris van Swet
Special Event
Japan
Tuesday, Apr. 6th, 2021
Fluid Horizons: Sinophone Literature and the Sea
Nicolai Volland - Associate Professor of Asian Studies and Comparative Literature, Pennsylvania State University
Lecture
China
Friday, Apr. 2nd, 2021
"One Left" by Kim Soom, translated by Bruce and Ju-Chan Fulton
Book Talk with Bruce and Ju-Chan Fulton
Special Event
Japan, Korea
Tuesday, Mar. 30th, 2021
Power over Property: The Political Economy of Communist Land Reform in China
Matt Noellert - Associate Professor of Asian Economic History, Hitotsubashi University
Lecture
China
Monday, Mar. 29th, 2021
Dialogues in the Dark: Reinterpreting the “Tian wen” 天問
Nicholas Morrow Williams - Associate Professor of Chinese Literature, University of Hong Kong
Lecture
China
Saturday, Mar. 27th, 2021
Minari (2021)
Film
Korea
Thursday, Mar. 25th, 2021
Yale University Conference on Japanese Soft Power in East Asia
Conference
Japan
Wednesday, Mar. 17th, 2021
Translating the Other: Lessons from the World of Medieval Japan
Rajyashree Pandey - Professor of Japanese Studies, Goldsmiths University of London
Lecture
Japan
Monday, Mar. 15th, 2021
Dialogue and Dialect in Kawakami Mieko’s Natsumonogatari
David Boyd - Assistant Professor of Japanese, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Lecture
Japan
Friday, Mar. 12th, 2021
Consensus Formation in an Individualistic Country: When do Japanese Care about Others?
Seiki Tanaka - Assistant Professor of International Relations, University of Groningen
Lecture
Japan
Friday, Mar. 5th, 2021
Making It Count: Statistics and Statecraft in the Early People's Republic of China
Arunabh Ghosh - Associate Professor of History, Harvard University
Lecture
China
Thursday, Mar. 4th, 2021
Provincializing “All-under-Heaven”: Toward a Region-based Deep-history Approach in the Study of Early China
GUO Jue - Assistant Professor of Pre-Modern Chinese Civilization and Humanities, Columbia University
Lecture
China
Wednesday, Mar. 3rd, 2021
Why Xie Lingyun (385-433)?
Ping Wang - Associate Professor of Asian Languages & Literature, University of Washington
Lecture
China
Wednesday, Feb. 24th, 2021
Bordering China, Bordering Reform
Special Event
China, Hong Kong
Tuesday, Feb. 23rd, 2021
Bordering China, Bordering Reform
Special Event
China, Hong Kong
Friday, Feb. 19th, 2021
What Remains Invisible After Chinese Science Fiction Has Entered the Center Stage?
Mingwei Song - Associate Professor of Chinese Literature, Wellesley College
Lecture
China
Friday, Feb. 19th, 2021
The Forgotten War or the Hijacked War? How Chinese POWs and Taiwan Hijacked the Korean War
David Cheng Chang - Associate Professor of History, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lecture
China, Korea, Transregional, Taiwan
Thursday, Feb. 18th, 2021
Beyond the Southern Barbarians: Repositioning Japan in the First Global Age
Conference
Japan
Wednesday, Feb. 17th, 2021
Beyond the Southern Barbarians: Repositioning Japan in the First Global Age
Conference
Japan
Wednesday, Feb. 17th, 2021
East Asia Library Workshop on E-resources
Workshop
Monday, Feb. 15th, 2021
Beyond the Southern Barbarians: Repositioning Japan in the First Global Age
Conference
Japan
Friday, Feb. 12th, 2021
Poisonous Weed Cinema and Maoist Censorship as Exorcism
Jie Li - John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities, East Asian Languages & Civilizations, Harvard University
Lecture
China
Wednesday, Feb. 10th, 2021
Beyond the Southern Barbarians: Repositioning Japan in the First Global Age
Conference
Japan
Monday, Feb. 8th, 2021
Beyond the Southern Barbarians: Repositioning Japan in the First Global Age
Conference
Japan
Friday, Feb. 5th, 2021
Beyond the Southern Barbarians: Repositioning Japan in the First Global Age
Conference
Japan
Wednesday, Jan. 13th, 2021
From Mao to Market: New Data, Methods, and Perspectives on China’s Economic Transformation, 1969–89
Special Event
China
Saturday, Dec. 12th, 2020
Japanese Pronunciation Pedagogy Workshop, Part II
Chieko Nakagawa - Professor of Japanese, Kokugakuin University Graduate School
Workshop
Japan
Friday, Dec. 11th, 2020
Japanese Pronunciation Pedagogy Workshop, Part I
Chieko Nakagawa - Professor of Japanese, Kokugakuin University Graduate School
Workshop
Japan
Thursday, Dec. 3rd, 2020
Hāfu “Truths” and Other Racial Myths: Anatomy of Japanese Prejudice in the Age of Social Media
John G. Russell - Professor of Cultural Anthropology, Gifu University
Lecture
Japan

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