Call for Papers: The Intersections of Colonialism and Medicine in East Asia at the University of Pittsburgh

The Intersections of Colonialism and Medicine in East Asia

March 9-10, 2018 at the University of Pittsburgh

Sponsors: Asian Studies Center, University of Pittsburgh, National Shimane University, Peking University, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica

Reminder: 25 May, DIJ Tokyo: Biontino on Japanese Ritual Life in Korea, 1890-1945

Reminder

You are cordially invited to join the next session of the DIJ History and Humanities Study Group on Thursday, 25 May 2017, 18.30-20.00 at the DIJ Tokyo.

Speaker: Juljan Biontino  (Chiba University)

Seoul's Namsan under Japanese Influence - Japanese Ritual Life and Assimilation Policy in Korea, 1890-1945

Workshop Program: Public Image and Narrative-Making in Japan-Korea Relations (Hebrew University)

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May 28, 2017 (Sunday), The Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 

08:30 - 10:00  Registration and Special Lecture                                                              

08:30  -  08:45       Registration

ANN: East Asian Studies at the 70th KFLC, Lexington KY, April 20 to 22, 2017

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Dear List Members,
The 70th KFLC conference at the University of Kentucky is around the corner! It's one of the longest running foreign language, literature, and culture conferences in the nation!  We are very excited to have Prof. Xiaomei Chen with us from UC Davis as the EAS Keynote Speaker.

Lecture on 25 May, DIJ Tokyo: Biontino on Japanese Ritual Life in Korea, 1890-1945

You are cordially invited to join the next session of the DIJ History and Humanities Study Group on Thursday, 25 May 2017, 18.30-20.00 at the DIJ Tokyo.

Speaker: Juljan Biontino  (Chiba University)

Seoul's Namsan under Japanese Influence - Japanese Ritual Life and Assimilation Policy in Korea, 1890-1945

Opportunity: Site visit to Korea

Dear list members, 

Scholars from the project “From the Ground Up: Buddhism and East Asian Religions” (frogbear.org) will visit several sites in East Asia this summer and welcome participation from colleagues and students. A limited number of seats are still available, and participation is free, however participants are expected to arrange their own travel to the field sites.

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