Past Events

Monday, Feb. 21st, 2005
The Music Will Set You Free: Kasagi Shizuko, Kurosawa Akira, and the Problem of Liberation in Early Postwar Japan
Michael Bourdaghs - Associate Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of California-Los Angeles
Lecture
Japan
Thursday, Feb. 17th, 2005
Contesting the High Ground: Mt. Tai and its Goddess in Late Imperial and Modern Chinese Society
Kenneth Pomeranz - Chancellor's Professor of History and Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures, University of California - Irvine
Lecture, Special Event
China
Wednesday, Feb. 16th, 2005
Spiral (Uzumaki)
Film
Japan
Friday, Feb. 11th, 2005
Our Blood Will Not Forgive (Oretachi no chi ga yurusanai)
Film, Special Event
Japan
Thursday, Feb. 10th, 2005
Korea Lecture Series -- Documentary Record versus Decorative Representation: A Queen's Birthday Celebration at the Korean Court
Burglind Jungmann - Professor of Korean Art and Visual Culture, University of California - Los Angeles
Lecture
Korea
Wednesday, Feb. 9th, 2005
The Allure of Dystopia in Recent Japanese Fiction and Popular Culture
William Burton - Postdoctoral Associate, Council on East Asian Studies at Yale University
Lecture
Japan
Tuesday, Feb. 8th, 2005
CEAS Spring Festival Reception
Special Event
China, Japan, Korea, Transregional
Wednesday, Feb. 2nd, 2005
To Die in the Country (Den'en ni shisu)
Film
Japan
Wednesday, Feb. 2nd, 2005
The Avant-Garde in Western Films and Chinese Art
Hua Ming - Nanjing Normal University
Lecture
China
Thursday, Jan. 27th, 2005
Being a Part of and Apart from the Complex: Goto Meisei's Warped Space and Incidentality of Belonging
Atsuko Sakaki - Department of East Asian Studies, University of Toronto
Lecture
Japan
Wednesday, Jan. 26th, 2005
Nationalism, Regional Studies and Textbooks: Where Is Tibet in the Academy (or Is Tibet Part of China)?
Gray Tuttle - Postdoctoral Associate, Council on East Asian Studies at Yale University
Lecture
China, Transregional, Tibet
Friday, Jan. 21st, 2005
Chinese Turkistan: Historical Perspectives on Xinjiang Today
James Millward - Associate Professor of History, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
Lecture
China
Wednesday, Jan. 19th, 2005
Afterlife (Wandafuru raifu)
Film
Japan
Tuesday, Nov. 30th, 2004
Out of Phoenix Bridge
Film
China
Tuesday, Nov. 23rd, 2004
Along the Railway
Film
China
Wednesday, Nov. 17th, 2004
China and Liao Ritual Paraphernalia
François Louis - Assistant Professor, The Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design, and Culture
Lecture
China
Tuesday, Nov. 16th, 2004
Leave Me Alone (2001) & Walk on Roles (2002)
Film
China
Monday, Nov. 15th, 2004
Migration, Economic Development, and the Discursive Construction of Guangfu Culture
J. Dale Wilson - Postdoctoral Associate, Council on East Asian Studies, Yale University
Lecture
China, Hong Kong
Friday, Nov. 12th, 2004
China Workshop -- Chinese Orphans: What Has Been Done vs What Can Be Done
Weihang Chen - Alliance for Children Foundation <br>Dr. Diane Kunz - Executive Director, Center for Adoption Policy (Yale Ph.D.)
Workshop, Lecture
China
Thursday, Nov. 11th, 2004
Disturbing Difference: Translation, Naturalization, and the Global Publication of Japanese Fiction
Steven Snyder - Associate Professor of Japanese, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Colorado at Boulder
Lecture
Japan
Wednesday, Nov. 10th, 2004
Confucius' Writing: The 'Gap' Between 'Omitted' and the 'Unwritten' in Spring and Autumn
Chi-hsiang Lee - Professor of History, Fo Guang University
Lecture
China
Tuesday, Nov. 9th, 2004
The Sun in Winter (2002) & The Secret Of My Success (2002)
Film
China
Thursday, Nov. 4th, 2004
Sun Legend of the Shogunate (幕末太陽伝)
Film
Japan
Thursday, Nov. 4th, 2004
Japan's Spirits of the State: An Inside Look at Yasukuni Shrine
John Nelson - Professor of Theology and Religious Studies, University of San Francisco
Lecture
Japan
Wednesday, Nov. 3rd, 2004
Art Collecting, Historical Consciousness, and Style in the Art of Early Modern China
Martin Powers - Sally Michelson Davidson Professor of Chinese Arts and Culture; Director of the Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Lecture
China
Thursday, Oct. 28th, 2004
From Martial Skills to Martial Arts: The Transformation of Warrior Military Methods in Tokugawa Japan
G. Cameron Hurst - Professor of Japanese and Korean Studies; Chair, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Pennsylvania
Lecture, Special Event
Japan
Tuesday, Oct. 26th, 2004
Grandpa Jing and His Old Customers (2003), The Empty Cage (2002), Abing in 1950 (2001) & Who's Listening To My Song (2003)
Film
China
Friday, Oct. 22nd, 2004
Notes From Ground Zero: Historical Reflections on Power, Equity and Postwar Reconstruction in Two Eras
Mark Selden - Bartle Professor of History and Sociology, The State University of New York at Binghamton and Professorial Associate, East Asia Program, Cornell University
Lecture
Japan
Thursday, Oct. 21st, 2004
Recovering from 'Co-dependence' in Postwar Japan
Amy Borovoy - Assistant Professor of Japanese Anthropology, Princeton University
Lecture
Japan
Thursday, Oct. 21st, 2004
Learning About a Chinese Village in a Leninist Authoritarian State
Edward Friedman - Hawkins Chair Professor of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Lecture
China

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