Symposium: Rethinking “Postwar Japan”
October 25, 2011, 5:00-8:00 pm
Withers Hall 331, North Carolina State University
- General Remarks – Narita Ryuichi, Japan’ Women’s University
- Emerging Differences in the Wake of “3.11”: Uneasiness Turns into Anger – Shin Ji-Young, Tsuda Women’s College
- From the Postwar Debate on Subjectivity to Discourses on the 1950s: Implications and Premises – Iwasaki Minoru, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
- Hanada Kiyoteru and the Problem of 1950s Criticism – Sato Izumi, Aoyama Gakuin University
Here is a map of the north campus. If you use a GPS system, the building address is 101 Lampe Drive, Raleigh, NC 27695.
Parking on campus or on Hillsborough Street is free after 5:00; until 5:00, parking on Hillsborough street requires a small fee.
This event is organized by the Triangle Center for Japanese Studies, with funding from the NCSU College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the NCSU History Department, the Carolina Asia Center at UNC, the Center for Global Initiatives at UNC, and the Asia Pacific Studies Institute at Duke.