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Graduate Summer School on Early-modern Written Japanese

last modified Aug 07, 2014 03:51 PM

Emmanuel College, in the person of Dr Laura Moretti, and Nishogakusha University, in the person of Prof Yamabe Susumu, are offering a Graduate summer school on early-modern written Japanese on an yearly basis starting from August 2014. The official website can be accessed at wakanedo.com

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