08 May War and Remembrance: Cultural Imprints of Japan’s Samurai Age
May 8, 2015
Flying A Studios Room, University Center
An interdisciplinary group of scholars of medieval and early modern Japanese literature, history, religion, and performing arts examine topics related to “War and Remembrance” during Japan’s years of military rule (late 12th to late 19th centuries). Exploring a range of representations and responses to war, participants examine the impacts of war on cultural memory and production.
Sponsored by the Dept. of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies,College of Letters & Science,the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, East Asia Center, the Dept. of Theater and Dance, the Dept. of History, the Dept. of Comparative Literature,Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission, Northeast Asia Council of the Association for Asian Studies.
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