Journal of Global History articles on food history, member publication

The new issue of the Journal of Global History has a special section on food in global history, including two articles that will be of interest to many on H-Asia.
 
Penelope Franks, "Diet and the comparison of living standards across the Great Divergence: Japanese food history in an English mirror"
 
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CFP: International Conference: Between the Sacred & the Secular, from the Internal to the External: Buddhism & Education in the Pan-East Asian Context

International Conference: Between the Sacred & the Secular, from the Internal to the External:
Buddhism & Education in the Pan-East Asian Context

Traditional Theater Training, Kyoto (summer 2019)

Dear Friends and Colleagues, 

Come spend a few weeks with me and many others from around the world in Kyoto this summer to train with masters of traditonal theater and dance!

I will be directing the 35th annual Traditional Theater Training (T.T.T.) 2019, held at the Kyoto Art Center, and am excited to share a bit about the program. 

CfP: REOPENING THE “OPENING OF JAPAN” - International graduate conference at the University of Oxford to mark the 150th anniversary of the Meiji Ishin, 10-11 May 2019

CfP: REOPENING THE “OPENING OF JAPAN” - International graduate conference at the University of Oxford to mark the 150th anniversary of the Meiji Ishin, 10-11 May 2019

Type: Call for Papers

Date: May 10, 2019 to May 11, 2019

Location: United Kingdom

CfP: REOPENING THE “OPENING OF JAPAN” - International graduate conference at the University of Oxford to mark the 150th anniversary of the Meiji Ishin, 10-11 May 2019

CfP: REOPENING THE “OPENING OF JAPAN” - International graduate conference at the University of Oxford to mark the 150th anniversary of the Meiji Ishin, 10-11 May 2019

Type: Call for Papers

EMJNet At the AAS: (Conversation with the Author, Yulia Frumer, business meeting, etc.)

Dear EMJNetters and interested folks,

 

The Early Modern Japan Network will hold two meetings at the AAS in Denver, both on Saturday, March 23:

 

13:15-14:45: Century Room

Meet the author:  Yulia Frumer (Johns Hopkins), author of Making Time: Astronomical Time Measurement in Tokugawa Japan (Chicago, 2018) 

 

Respondent/Discussion:  Federico Marcon (Princeton, author of The Knowledge of Nature and the Nature of Knowledge in Tokugawa Japan (Chicago, 2015).  

 

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