East Asian Studies Seminars
Lent Term, 2015
The University of Cambridge Department of East Asian Studies is pleased to announce the programme for its Lent Term series of East Asian Studies Seminars.
Except as noted below, seminars start at 5pm and are held in Rooms 8 &9 at the Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge.
The DEAS acknowledges the financial support of the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation for some of the Japan-related seminars.
ALL ARE WELCOME
Monday, 19th January, 2015
Revisiting the Unequal Treaties: the Satsuma Students and Early Meiji Diplomacy
Dr Andrew Cobbing, Nottingham University
Monday, 26th January, 2015
Who Killed Yukio Mishima? Time and Destiny in the Life and Work of Japan's Master Author and Playwright
Monday, 2nd February, 2015
The Reception to Nihonga by the Public and the Meiji Art Market: A Study of Hishida Shunso (1874-1911)
Dr Eriko Kay, Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, Norwich
Monday, 9th February, 2015
Japan's China Dreams - Imagi(ni)ng China's Rise in Japanese Cinema and Television Drama
Dr Griseldis Kirsch, SOAS, University of London
Monday, 16th February, 2015
The Myōtei Dialogues: a Japanese Christian on the Offensive in 1605
Professor Emeritus Richard Bowring, University of Cambridge
Monday, 23rd February, 2015
German Lessons for Sino-Japanese Relations?
Dr Todd Hall, University of Oxford
Monday, 2nd March, 2015
Re-Engineering Asia—Japanese Technical Aid and Post-Colonial Power in Cold War Asia
Dr Aaron Moore, Arizona State University
Monday, 9th March, 2015
Making Tea, Making Japan: Cultural Nationalism in Practice
Dr Kristin Surak, SOAS, University of London
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