Nikkei Bruin Symposium in celebration of Fred G. Notehelfer's tenure as Center Director
Opening remarks by Donald F. McCallum (UCLA)
Cross-town Commentary: Viewing Fred Notehelfer from Beyond the Pale (Blue and Gold)
Gordon Berger (USC)
Matara: A Dream King Between Insight and Imagination
William Bodiford (UCLA)
Samurai in an Age of Peace: Martial Training in the Tokugawa Period
Cameron Hurst (University of Pennslyvania)
Josiah Conder: The Cultural Contradictions of an English Architect in Meiji Japan
Jonathan Reynolds (USC)
The Literature of Occupied Tokyo
Seiji Lippit (UCLA)
Japanese Immigrant Origin of Japanese (Academic) Studies in the Western United States
Eiichiro Azuma (University of Pennslyvania)
A reception will follow the event.
The symposium is free and open to UCLA faculty, students, staff and invited guests. Parking is available at Lot 2 for $8.
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Sponsor(s): Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies
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