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H-US-Japan: Public Lecture by Sharalyn Orbaugh on Japanese SF Anime and Manga, December 7, 2015, at J. F. Oberlin University


23 November 2015

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Public Lecture:   “Are Visions of the Future a Thing of the Past in Japanese Science Fiction Anime and Manga?”

H-US-Japan: Looking for Discussants: Osaka on 22 November How did 1950s Hollywood films represent Japanese American soldiers on the Korean battlefield?


18 November 2015

from: Yone Sugita: sugita@lang.osaka-u.ac.jp

Dear Colleagues:

We ae looking for discussants for the session "How did 1950s Hollywood films represent Japanese American soldiers on the Korean battlefield?"  If you are willing to do this, please contact me:

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