Looking for discussants: Osaka (Japan) on 22 November: 1950s Hollywood films / The Kingston Trio

Dear Colleagues:

We ae looking for discussants for the sessions: "How did 1950s Hollywood films represent Japanese American
soldiers on the Korean battlefield?" and  "Another Side of American Folk Music Revival: The Kingston Trio
and Authenticity in the post-WWII Period".  If you are willing to serve as discussants, please contact:

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

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Call for discussants: "How did 1950s Hollywood films represent Japanese American soldiers on the Korean battlefield?", American Studies Seminar, Osaka, 22 November

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:

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

 

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

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:

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

 

Seminar/Lecture in Japan, Professors Laura Hein and Judith Snodgrass

Subject: Seminar/Lecture in Japan, Professors Laura Hein and Judith Snodgrass 

It is our honor to have both Professors Judith Snodgrass (Western Sydney University) and Laura Hein (Northwestern University) at Osaka University as specially-appointed professors in October 2015. Their research themes are: Networks of transnational Buddhism and the Young East (Professor Snodgrass) and (1) Post-Fascist Political Culture: The Kamakura Akademia and Education and (2) From Colliery to Fukushima: 60 Years of Tomiyama Taeko's Art (Professor Hein).

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