Past Events 2010-2011

Saturday, Jun. 11th, 2011
The 25th JLTANE Conference
Conference
Japan
Friday, May. 6th, 2011
The Malleable Addict: Heroin Addiction, Therapeutic Treatment and Biopolitics in Southwest China
Sandra Teresa Hyde - Professor of Anthropology and Social Studies of Medicine, McGill University
Lecture
China
Thursday, May. 5th, 2011
The Graphic Imagination: Script Primordialism and the Imagining of Writing in Korean Antiquity
Ross King - Professor and Head of the Department of Asian Studies, University of British Columbia
Lecture
Korea
Friday, Apr. 22nd, 2011
Japan Special Event -- Spring Afternoon with Japanese Tea
Special Event, Performance
Japan
Friday, Apr. 22nd, 2011
Todai-Yale Initiative Workshop -- Politics Behind the Nuclear Crisis in Japan
Frances Rosenbluth - Yale University, Department of Political Science; Jun Saito - Yale University, Department of Political Science
Workshop
Japan
Monday, Apr. 18th, 2011
Activism and Shifting Identities of Self-Identified Gay Men in Postsocialist China
Tiantian Zheng - Professor of Anthropology at SUNY- Cortland
Lecture
China
Monday, Apr. 18th, 2011
Japan Special Event -- Disability, Desituation, and Disaster
Karen Nakamura - Yale University, Department of Anthropology
Lecture, Special Event
Japan
Friday, Apr. 15th, 2011
Matagi: Popular Images of the Hunting Tradition in Northeastern Japan
Scott Schnell - Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Iowa
Lecture, Special Event
Japan
Tuesday, Apr. 12th, 2011
Japan Special Event -- Will Japan Go Bankrupt?
Kotaro Tamura - Research Associate, Harvard University; Former Chairperson of the Infrastructure Committee, Japanese House of Councillors; Koichi Hamada - Yale University, Department of Economics
Workshop, Special Event
Japan
Monday, Apr. 11th, 2011
Todai-Yale Initiative Workshop -- Japan's National Security Policy: New Directions, Old Restrictions
Yasuhiro Matsuda - Associate Professor, Institute of Advanced Studies in Asia, University of Tokyo; Yoji Koda - Senior Research Associate, Harvard University, Former Commander of the Self-Defense Fleet
Workshop
Japan
Friday, Apr. 8th, 2011
Democratic Accountability and Foreign Policy Commitments in Asia Symposium
Nobuhiro Hiwatari - Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo; Keisuke Iida - Graduate School for Law and Politics, University of Tokyo; Stephen Roach -Yale University, former chair Morgan Stanley Asia
Conference
China, Japan, Korea, Transregional, Taiwan
Friday, Apr. 8th, 2011
2011 Global Health Film Festival: Red Dust (short film), The Warriors of Qiugang (2011 Oscar nominee, short film) & The Lazarus Effect</b>(short film)
Film
China
Friday, Apr. 8th, 2011
The Architecture of Delinquency: Economy, Anime, Childhood, and the New Urban Subject of Tokyo
Thomas Looser - Associate Professor of East Asian Studies, New York University
Lecture
Japan
Thursday, Apr. 7th, 2011
2011 Global Health Film Festival: The Other City
Film
Transregional
Monday, Mar. 28th, 2011
The Prefecture that Says "No!" - Okinawa as Japan's Tahrir Square
Gavan McCormack - Emeritus Professor and Visiting Fellow, School of Culture, History & Language, The Australian National University
Lecture
Japan, Transregional
Friday, Mar. 25th, 2011
We Are Children of Nature!: Ideology and Ethnic Capital in a Japanese-Brazilian Commune
Nobuko Adachi - Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Illinois State University
Lecture
Japan, Transregional
Thursday, Mar. 24th, 2011
Disaster Relief Symposium -- Earthquake, Tsunami, and Nuclear Crisis: Analyzing Disaster in Japan
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Conference, Special Event, Performance
Japan
Wednesday, Mar. 23rd, 2011
Bowing to the Market or Returning to the Tradition?: The Struggle of Chinese Buddhism over the Past Decades
Master Shengkai - Associate Professor, Nanjing University
Workshop, Lecture, Special Event
China
Saturday, Mar. 12th, 2011
CEAS Outreach Workshop for Educators -- Decoding Korea in East Asia: Past and Present -- A Workshop on Content and Classroom Tools for Educators
Workshop, Special Event
Korea, Transregional
Monday, Feb. 28th, 2011
A Tale of Two Slums: State Policy, Minority Movements, and Inter-minority Relations in Two Buraku Communities in Postwar Japan
Jeffrey Bayliss - Assistant Professor of History, Trinity College
Lecture
Japan
Saturday, Feb. 26th, 2011
Japanese Film Director Koreeda Hirozkazu at Yale University - "Still Walking" Screening
Koreeda Hirokazu
Film, Special Event
Japan
Saturday, Feb. 26th, 2011
Workshop with Director Koreeda Hirokazu
Koreeda Hirokazu
Film, Workshop, Special Event
Japan
Friday, Feb. 25th, 2011
Japanese Film Director Koreeda Hirokazu at Yale University - "Without Memory" Screening
Koreeda Hirokazu
Film, Special Event
Japan
Friday, Feb. 25th, 2011
PIER-CEAS Behind the Headlines Workshop for Educators -- Power Transition and Belligerence: Where is North Korea Headed?
Seok-ju Cho - Assistant Professor of Political Science, Yale University
Workshop, Special Event
Korea
Friday, Feb. 25th, 2011
Workshop with Director Koreeda Hirokazu
Koreeda Hirokazu
Workshop, Special Event
Japan
Friday, Feb. 25th, 2011
Special Presentation by Scholar from the Kucha Academy of Xinjiang
Zhao Li - Kucha Academy of Xinjiang
Lecture, Special Event
China
Friday, Feb. 25th, 2011
Multinational Firms, Labor Market Discrimination, and the Capture of Competitive Advantage by Exploiting the Social Divide
Jordan Siegel - Associate Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
Lecture
Japan
Monday, Feb. 21st, 2011
The Historiographical Politics of the Jinshin Rebellion
Torquil Duthie - Assistant Professor, Asian Languages and Cultures, University of California Los Angeles
Lecture
Japan
Tuesday, Feb. 15th, 2011
"Letting the Copy out of the Window": A Brief History of Copying Texts in Japan based on Research in the Asakawa Manuscripts at Yale
Professor Hiroki Kikuchi - Historiographical Institute, University of Tokyo
Lecture
Japan
Monday, Feb. 14th, 2011
Anyuan: Mining China's Revolutionary Tradition
Elizabeth Perry - Henry Rosovsky Professor of Government; Director, Harvard-Yenching Institute, Harvard University
Lecture
China, Taiwan, Hong Kong

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