Webinar Event: - UCLA Webinar Series - Japanese Studies and Rare Materials

Susanne Auerbach Discussion

Repost from H-Japan.


Dear List Members,

I would like to draw your attention to an upcoming webinar series titled Japanese Studies and Rare Materials. The event is co-sponsored by the UCLA Library, UCLA Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies, and Enfukuji. Please find the schedule and registration link below.

The World of Kohitsu Tekagami


Tuesday, October 20, 5:00 PM-6:30 PM PDT

The World of Kohitsu Tekagami, Prof. Takahiro Sasaki (Keio University)


Friday, October 23, 5:00 PM-6:00 PM PDT

Do All the Pieces Matter? Calligraphy Fragments in the University of Oregon Tekagami, Prof. Akiko Walley (University of Oregon)

The Yale Tekagamijō and the Digital Future of Tekagami Research, Prof. Edward Kamens (Yale University)

The World of Saga-bon Ise Monogatari As Seen Through the Enfukuji Collection


Tuesday, October 27, 5:00 PM-6:45 PM PDT

The World of Saga-bon Ise Monogatari As Seen Through the Enfukuji Collection, Prof. Takahiro Sasaki (Keio University)

The More the Merrier: Japanese Premodern Prints, Prof. Akiko Walley

PART II (2021 TBD)

Replication Project of Kōetsu Utaibon: Interview with Mr. Tatsuo Ōiri by Prof. Takahiro Sasaki (Keio University)

REGISTRATION/EVENT FLYER: https://guides.library.ucla.edu/japanese/webinar-series

NOTE: Japanese portions of this event will be offered with live, simultaneous English audio transcription. 

Thank you,

Matthew Hayes