This is to draw the attention of Japan specialists to my 2017 book, The Entrepreneur in Rule-Based Economics, with Springer Nature.
This is a reminder of the approaching July 23 deadline for submissions to the conference "Bent ouf of Shape: Remolding Conceptions of Materiality and the Body in Japan," to be held October 29, 2018 at UCLA. Reginald Jackson, Assistant Professor of Premodern Japanese Literature at UMichigan, and our keynote speaker for the event, has also agreed to lead a workshop tied to the conference theme to be held during the following day. All participants are strongly encouraged to attend.
Seeking panelist for a session on aesthetics and the body in 20th century Japan, Association for Asian Studies conference, Denver, CO, March 2019.
Currently the session includes three papers, one addressing neo-traditional Japanese painting (Nihonga), women, and sport in the 1930s, a second addressing Olympic choreography, body culture, and issues of pan-Asianism and ethnic/national particularity, and a third addressing nudity, censorship, and film in the 1950s.
I am extremely sad to report that our dear friend and colleague Associate Professor Romit Dasgupta passed away suddenly this week. Romit taught and researched at the University of Western Australia for many years, where he was a much-loved teacher, supervisor and mentor. Romit undertook pioneering research in gender and sexuality studies, including his monograph Re-Reading the Salaryman in Japan: Crafting Masculinities (Routledge 2012). He will be laid to rest at a memorial service in Perth, Western Australia on Monday 9 July. Condolences to his family and friends.
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Acting on ‘Disasters’ across 20th - 21st Century Japan
Call for Papers for AAS, March 21-24, 2019, Denver, CO