Special Issue of Screen Bodies: The Work of Lu Yang in Transnational Chinese and Global Contemporary Art and Visual Culture

deadline for submissions: 

April 30, 2021

full name / name of organization: 

University of Montreal/Australian National University

contact email: 

luyangcfp@gmail.com

Special Issue of Screen Bodies 7.1 (March 2022): The Work of Lu Yang in Transnational Chinese and Global Contemporary Art and Visual Culture

 

Call for papers

 

Symposium + Film Series: Japanese Cinema from Multiple Perspectives

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Global Virtual Symposium + Film Series
Japanese Cinema from Multiple Perspectives
 
Venue: Online (free of charge, but prior registration required https://www.filmconf.nagoya)
Language: English-Japanese Simultaneous Interpretation
 

We invite you to a globally decentral

Symposium + Film Series: Japanese Cinema from Multiple Perspectives

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Global Virtual Symposium + Film Series
Japanese Cinema from Multiple Perspectives
 
Venue: Online (free of charge, but prior registration required https://www.filmconf.nagoya)
Language: English-Japanese Simultaneous Interpretation
 

We invite you to a globally decentral

UpLink Update: Healthy Hakko: The Fermented Culinary Arts of Japan - Starts January 15

H-Japan Editor:

An H-Japan subscriber noted a problem with two of the links provided in the Healthy Hakko announcement. He kindly shared working links. Thank you Michael.

DGW

https://jftor.org/event/dashi-and-shoyu/
https://jftor.org/event/ishii-and-tremblay/

[Talk & Film Series] Healthy Hakko: The Fermented Culinary Arts of Japan - Starts January 15

Dear H-Japan Members,

You're invited to three weekends of talks and film screenings about Japan's fermented foods and drinks. Along with 4 documentary films, experts will share their insights across 4 talks to provide a deeper understanding of the origins, health benefits and the special place that fermented foods hold in Japan’s culinary culture and traditions. Registration for each individual event is required, but all events are free. 

Online screening of Sanjay Kak's Red Ant Dream - Deptford Cinema and QMUL South Asia Forum

Red Ant Dream (2013), Director: Sanjay Kak, Length: 120 minutes 

Sanjay Kak follows the trajectory of the revolutionary dream in India’s turbulent present: to the Naxalite-Maoist insurgency in Bastar, in the troubled heart of central India; Adivasi-led anti-mining protests in the mineral-rich hills of Odisha; and to rural Punjab, where the iconic figures of Bhagat Singh and the martyred poet, Pash, continue to inspire farmers.       

Invitation: Virtual screening of two rare historic archival films produced by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

A Tale of Two Worlds (1941) is a promotional film outlining JDCs response to the Nazi advance in Europe, showing aid to refugees around the world.

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