Triangle Center for Japanese Studies Workshop Conveners: Kate McDonald (History, UCSB), David Ambaras (History, NCSU) May 26-27, 2016 UNC FedEx Global Education Center 301 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill, NC 27516 REGISTER HERE ---------- Thursday, May 26 (Room 2010) 9:30-10:00 … Continued
Bodies and Structures: Deep-Mapping the Spaces of Modern Japanese History 2017 Triangle Center for Japanese Studies Conference For more information and to access shared readings, please email David Ambaras at email@example.com. Friday, December 9 9:30: Opening remarks 10:00-12:00 Panel 1 … Continued
The advent of sports broadcasting in Japan in the 1920s necessitated the creation of new forms of oral narrative performance. The sporting events themselves offered the narrative frame, and the task before the radio broadcaster was to present that bare … Continued
How can people die well in the postfallout world? Alternatively, how do people live and live well in the protracted aftermath of radiological danger, alongside the heightened awareness of their undeniable copresence with contaminants? Exploring these questions, The Nuclear Ghost exposes … Continued
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