MEMBER PUBLICATION: Holmberg, The Translator Without Talent

Dear Colleagues.

I would like to announce the publication of my new book, The Translator Without Talent, from Bubbles Zine Publications in Richmond, Virginia. While mainly of interest to people in manga/comics studies, Japanese pop culture studies, and translation theory, it also deals with issues pertaining to the Japanese art world, nuclear power and weapons, Buraku and Zainichi discrimination, and the American military presence in Japan.

Book Reviews: Highlighting Recent Asian-Language Scholarship

New Frontiers in Asian Scholarship, published by the Harvard-Yenching Institute, highlights recent books published in Asian languages, relating to the humanities and social sciences, with an emphasis on Asian culture. Browse the reviews on our website (searchable by region and field), including the following titles:

SYMPOSIUM: Japanese Modernity and the Discourse on Civilization (Tohoku University)

Dear List Members,

The Graduate School of International Cultural Studies, Tohoku University, would like to invite you to a two-day event on Japanese modernity and "civilization," which will take place in Sendai, Japan, on Nov. 16-17, 2019.

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東北大学大学院国際文化研究科主催
研究集会「東西文明論の近代――政治・宗教・美術」

Nov. 16 (Sat.) 17:00-18:30

Keynote Lecture

Inaga Shigemi 稲賀繁美 (Nichibunken)
東西比較の方法論――透視図法・「平等」理念・「無」の東西

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Nov. 17 (Sun.) 9:00-12:30

Panel Session

Okamoto Yoshiko 岡本佳子 (ICU)
岡倉覚三における日本・中国・インド――「アジア」文明論の観点から

Reminder: ASCJ Call for Papers Deadline Oct. 15

This is a gentle reminder that deadline for submissions to the 2020 ASCJ Conference at Sophia is rapidly approaching. Please use the link below to   upload panel, individual papers, and roundtable proposals.

The text of the original Call is below:

The Executive Committee of the Asian Studies Conference Japan (ASCJ) invites proposals for panels, roundtables and individual papers to be presented at its twenty-third Asian Conference, which will be held on July 4th and 5th at Sophia University in Tokyo. All presentations are to be delivered in English.

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