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Matthew Shores interviewed about Japanese comic storytelling

last modified Jul 27, 2015 02:47 PM

Dr Matthew Shores, Lecturer in Japanese Literature, was interviewed by NHK, Japan's national public broadcasting organisation, on 23rd July, 2015. He was asked about his research on World War II-era rakugo (comic storytelling), which he is currently conducting at the Osaka Prefectural Archive of Kamigata Comedy and Performing Arts with support from the Faculty and the Japan Foundation. The interview will be aired in a segment on NHK Osaka on 5th August, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.

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