Save the Date: East Asian Studies 2016 Colloquium and Film Screening


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Please mark your calendars and plan to attend the East Asian Studies Program 2016 Colloquium and Film Screening! See more information below. Please forward widely to your departments, colleagues, and students!

Film Screening: The Fighting Soldiers (1939), Directed by: Kamei Fumio

Thursday, April 28

7:00 – 9:30 PM

204 Art

In Japanese and English Subtitles

Colloquium: Japanese, Korean, and Chinese Responses to Japanese Expansionism in the early 20th century

Friday, April 29

3:00 – 5:30 PM

AGR Room, Buehler Alumni Center

Presentations include:

Japanese Aggression in Republican China: The Rise and Limits of Popular Nationalism

Parks Coble, Professor of History, University of Nebraska

Terms of Imperial Engagement: Exploring Japanese Perspectives on Colonialism and Korean Resistance through Language and Narration

Andre Haag, Assistant Professor of Japanese, University of New Mexico

What was in the (Korean) Name?: War Mobilization and Reorganization of the Family and Household System in Late Colonial Korea

Kyu Hyun Kim, Associate Professor of Japanese and Korean History, UC Davis

Light Refreshments will be provided; Free and open to the public; Read more information
This event is co-sponsored by: Cultural Studies, East Asian Languages and Cultures, Global Affairs, History, Institute for Social Sciences

Lynn Park

Program Coordinator

East Asian Studies/Hemispheric Institute on the Americas/Global Tea Initiative

University of California, Davis

(530) 752-3046 Direct line

(530) 752-5655 Fax

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