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Southeast Asia Research Mixer

FedEx Global Education Center, Room 3009

Faculty and graduate students are cordially invited to a research mixer to talk shop about Southeast Asia. Launching collaborations under the umbrella of the new "Bringing Southeast Asia Home" (BSEAH) grant funded by the Luce Foundation, the mixer will convene faculty … Read more

Waste and Well-being in Postwar Japan with Eiko Siniawer

FedEx Global Education Center, Room 3009

In this lecture, Professor Eiko Maruko Siniawer will examine how ideas about waste and wastefulness have shifted in postwar Japan, from the mid-1940s through the present day.  Discussions of what constituted a waste of time, stuff, and resources, she will … Read more

Film as Racial Interstice: Temporalizing Film in 1920s Global Modernity

FedEx Global Education Center, Room 3009

In the early twentieth century, the anthropological function of film was carried out on the mimetic dimension of the gesture. Everywhere, from South America to East Asia, intellectuals and theorists addressed the increasing importance of the movies for the transnational transformation … Read more

Cave 10: Myth, Mystery, and the Artisans of Ellora

FedEx Global Education Center, Room 3009

Ellora, Western India, is a World Heritage Site with thirty-four magnificent Hindu, Buddhist and Jain temple-caves excavated and sculpted from the mountain’s rock. Ellora Cave 10, a 7th-century Buddhist chaitya hall, or shrine, features a towering seated Buddha sculpted with … Read more

The Triangle Center for Japanese Studies presents: Maehata Ganbare!: Nation, Narration, and Immediacy in Early Japanese Sports Broadcasting by Dr. Kerim Yasar, USC

FedEx Global Education Center, Room 3009

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 … Read more

The Carolina Asia Center supports diverse Asia-related events. However, CAC co-sponsorship of any talk, seminar, documentary screening, film screening, performance or celebration does not constitute endorsement of or agreement with the views presented therein. As an academic institution, we value diverse perspectives that promote dialogue and understanding.