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2017 Meeting of the Early Modern Japan Network, Toronto, Saturday Mar. 18, 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Friends and Colleagues,
 
Once again the Early Modern Japan Network will meet in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies Annual meeting in Toronto.  Our focus this year is on Kanshi and we will meet in the HURON ROOM, SHERATON CENTRE:  full panel, assembled by Matthew Fraleigh, follows.  See you there!
 
Phil Brown

Chair
 

The Local and the Global in Early Modern Japanese Kanshi

2017 Meeting of the Early Modern Japan Network, Toronto, Saturday Mar. 18, 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Friends and Colleagues,
 
Once again the Early Modern Japan Network will meet in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies Annual meeting in Toronto.  Our focus this year is on Kanshi and we will meet in the HURON ROOM, SHERATON CENTRE:  full panel, assembled by Matthew Fraleigh, follows.  See you there!
 
Phil Brown

Chair
 

The Local and the Global in Early Modern Japanese Kanshi

Lecture: Idly Scribbling Rhymers: Poetry, Nation, and Community in 19th Century Japan - Conférence de Robert J. Tuck, 19/01/2017

Idly Scribbling Rhymers: Poetry, Nation, and Community in 19th Century Japan

Conférence de Robert J. Tuck (Université de Montana) dans le cadre du séminaire interdisciplinaire du Centre de recherches sur le Japon de l'EHESS (UMR 8173).
Vous trouverez le résumé ci-dessous. 
Au plaisir de vous accueillir nombreux.

 

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