Author Archives: Morgan Pitelka

NEW WEBSITE

Please visit the new website of the Triangle Center for Japanese Studies, and update your bookmarks: http://trianglejapan.org

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Lecture on the Artist Kawamura Kiyoo

Please join us for a lecture by Tanaka Yuji, Curator at the Edo-Tokyo Museum, who is working on an exhibition on the painter Kawamura Kiyoo (1852-1934) to be held in Japan in 2012. Kiyoo was born into a samurai bannerman … Continue reading

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Symposium: Communities, Resource Management, and Health in Modern Japan

Communities, Resource Management, and Health in Modern Japan Presented by the Triangle Center for Japanese Studies Friday, November 18, 3:30pm 210 Gardner Hall, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill PART ONE, 3:30-4:30: New Scholarship on Communities and Resource Commons in … Continue reading

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Ian Condry lecture: “Miku: Japan’s Virtual Idol as Social Media Platform”

Tuesday November 8, 2:50 – 4:20 pm Duke Dance Laboratory 1516 Hull Avenue, Durham, NC 27705 Free and Open to the Public Miku Hatsune is Japan’s number one virtual idol. Her songs are sold online, she is one of the most … Continue reading

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Symposium: “Diglossia, Dialogue, Discourse: Remapping Colonial Korea and the Japanese Empire”

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 … Continue reading

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Symposium: Rethinking “Postwar Japan,” 10/25

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 … Continue reading

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Professor Lori Meeks to Speak on Japanese Buddhism

Lori Meeks (Associate Professor, Departments of Religion and East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Southern California) will present a lecture titled “Making Sense of the Blood Bowl Sutra: Early-Modern Commentaries on Women’s Salvation in Japanese Buddhism,” on October 3, … Continue reading

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