Past Events

Tuesday, Mar. 15th, 2022
How to manage Sovereignty Restriction: Japan's experience of the 19th century “Unequal Treaty” and postwar Japan-US Security Treaty
Kaoru Iokibe - Professor, Graduate Schools for Law and Politics, University of Tokyo and Academic Associate at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
Lecture, Special Event
Japan
Friday, Mar. 11th, 2022
Marginal Social Groups and Japan’s Early Modern Society 「周縁的社会集団から考える日本近世社会」
TSUKADA Takashi (塚田孝)- Professor Emeritus, Osaka City University (大阪市立大学)
Lecture
Japan
Thursday, Mar. 10th, 2022
Japanese “World Map” Folding Screens: Repositioning Japan and Europe in the Global Baroque Landscape
Angelo Cattaneo - Research Fellow, National Research Council (CNR)
Lecture
Japan
Thursday, Mar. 10th, 2022
Transformation and Upgrading of China’s Manufacturing Sectors: The Divergent Paths of Jinjiang’s and Putian’s Footwear Industries
Lu Zheng - Associate Professor of Sociology and RONG Professor of Data Sciences, Tsinghua University
Lecture
China
Wednesday, Mar. 9th, 2022
Is Heaven Blue or a Divinity? On Wang Chong’s Approach to Evidence
Esther Klein - Senior Lecturer of Culture, History, and Language, Australian National University
Lecture
China
Friday, Mar. 4th, 2022
How Institutions Rebound: Untangling Difficult Reforms in China's State-Owned Enterprises
Ling Chen - Assistant Professor, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University
Lecture
China
Thursday, Mar. 3rd, 2022
Green With Milk and Sugar: When Japan Filled America’s Tea Cups
Robert Hellyer - Associate Professor of History, Wake Forest University
Lecture
Japan
Wednesday, Mar. 2nd, 2022
Correlative Cosmology, Dividual Subjectivity, and Internet-based Fantasy Novels in Postsocialist China
Zhange Ni - Associate Professor of Religion and Culture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)
Lecture
China
Monday, Feb. 28th, 2022
Public Perceptions of Citizenship and Migration in Japan
Yujin Woo - Assistant Professor of Law, Hitotsubashi University
Lecture
Japan
Monday, Feb. 28th, 2022
Why Risk an Alliance? Evidence from Japan (1901-1960)
Mina Pollmann - PhD candidate in Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Lecture
Japan
Friday, Feb. 25th, 2022
Closure at the End of Genji’s Tale
Edith Sarra - Associate Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures Adjunct Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, Indiana University in Bloomington
Lecture
Japan
Friday, Feb. 25th, 2022
Social Mobility across the Pacific: The Case of Japanese in the United States
Tate Kihara - PhD Candidate in Sociology, Brown University
Lecture
Japan
Thursday, Feb. 24th, 2022
A Slumlord’s View of Tokyo at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
Jordan Sand - Professor of Japanese History, Georgetown University
Lecture
Japan
Wednesday, Feb. 23rd, 2022
A Kite Flies Against the Wind: Internationalism, identity, and ideology in the shaping of postwar China, and the legacy for today
Rana Mitter - Professor of the History and Politics of Modern China, University of Oxford
Lecture, Special Event
China
Thursday, Feb. 10th, 2022
Pak Sheung Cheun’s Artwork “Nightmare Wallpaper” and Hong Kong’s Despair
Laikwan Pang - Professor of Cultural Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Lecture
Hong Kong
Tuesday, Feb. 8th, 2022
Reading Edo: Data-driven Approaches for Japan Studies
Asanobu Kitamoto - Professor, ROIS-DS Center for Open Data in the Humanities (CODH) and National Institute of Informatics (NII)
Workshop, Lecture
Japan
Tuesday, Jan. 18th, 2022
Diverse or Disciplinary: DH in Mainland China Today
Jing Chen - Associate Professor of School of Arts, Nanjing University
Workshop, Lecture
China
Friday, Dec. 17th, 2021
Japanese Pronunciation Pedagogy Workshop Series 2: Raising Awareness of Japanese Pitch Accents
Toshiyuki Kawano - Professor of Japanese, Yokohama National University
Workshop
Japan
Saturday, Dec. 11th, 2021
Bring Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion into Chinese Classroom
Workshop
China
Friday, Dec. 10th, 2021
2021 Symposium of Yale Korean Language and Studies
Conference
Korea
Friday, Dec. 10th, 2021
Bōnenkai End-of-Year Celebration 2021
Special Event
Tuesday, Dec. 7th, 2021
Should I Stay or Should I Go? Candidate Behavior in Modern Japan
Jordan Hamzawi - Postdoctoral Fellow at Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
Lecture
Japan
Tuesday, Dec. 7th, 2021
Advertising Baby Boys: Racial and Gender Politics of Infant Feeding in Cold War South Korea (1950s-1960s)
Na Sil Heo - Postdoctoral Associate in East Asian Studies and Lecturer in History
Lecture
Korea
Monday, Dec. 6th, 2021
State Expansion and State Retraction at the Sino-Vietnamese Borderlands, 1890s-1950s
Qingfei Yin - Assistant Professor of International History, London School of Economics and Political Science
Lecture
China
Thursday, Dec. 2nd, 2021
The View Out China’s Windows: Channeling Chinese Perspectives on U.S.-China Relations
Kaiser Kuo - Host and Co-founder of The Sinica Podcast
Lecture
China
Wednesday, Dec. 1st, 2021
Pen Pals in Crime: Literary Sinitic Letter Writing in Tokugawa Japan
Yoshitaka Yamamoto - Associate Professor, National Institute of Japanese Literature and The Graduate University for Advanced Studies
Lecture
Japan
Tuesday, Nov. 30th, 2021
Making Minorities on the Sino-Tibetan Borderlands of Early-Maoist China: United Front Gradualism, Revolutionary Impatience, and the (still) Unresolved Legacies of Empire
Benno Weiner - Associate Professor of History, Carnegie Mellon University
Lecture
China
Tuesday, Nov. 30th, 2021
Nuns, Relic Theft, and Power in Medieval Japan
Julia Cross - Postdoctoral Associate in East Asian Studies and Lecturer in Religious Studies
Lecture
Japan
Thursday, Nov. 18th, 2021
Diasporic Routes and Nappy Tales in Okinawa: Reflections on Reading and Writing the Black Pacific
Mitzi Uehara Carter - Assistant Teaching Professor of East Asian Studies and Anthropology, Florida International University
Lecture
Japan
Tuesday, Nov. 16th, 2021
Not Seeing Like an Emperor: The Ambiguity of Trust in Early China
Trenton Wilson - Postdoctoral Associate in East Asian Studies and Lecturer in History
Lecture
China

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