The Faculty Working Group on Relocating Empires in the Asia-Pacific (REAP) is proud to present an international workshop “Diglossia, Dialogue, Discourse: Remapping Colonial Korea and the Japanese Empire” on Wednesday, October 26th from 12:00-2:00 at Friedl 225.
A light lunch will be served. Please RSVP to email@example.com by Oct 19th.
DIGLOSSIA, DIALOGUE, DISCOURSE: Remapping Colonial Korea and the Japanese Empire
TIME: Wednesday Oct 26th, noon
LOCATION: Friedl 225 (Duke University East Campus)
“Performing Conversion (転向) and Absence (不在): Speech-Acts in Roundtable Dialogues from Colonial Korea” – SHIN Ji-Young (Hitotsubashi University)
“Japanophone Literature from Colonial Korea: Considering Kim Saryang and Yi Kwangsu” – WATANABE Naoki (Musashi University)
“Yun Ch’iho’s Theory of Reformation and Japan: English-Language Diaries from the First Sino-Japanese War” – RYU Ch’unghee (University of Tokyo)
Discussants: Rey Chow, David Ambaras, Nayoung Aimee Kwon
Co-sponsored by the Faculty Working Group on Relocating Empires in the Asia-Pacific (REAP), the Triangle Center for Japanese Studies (TCJS), the Department of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES), and the Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI)