Asian Studies Brown Bag Series
The Asian Studies Brown Bag Talk Series was established as a small group of UAlberta interdisciplinary researchers in 2017. It focuses on topics that connect Japan with its neighbours, including China, South Korea, North Korea, Taiwan, and India as well as promoting transnational studies in Asia. It offers a great opportunity for both international and Canadian graduate students who are interested in Asia to expand their networks, meeting other students and faculty members at the University of Alberta. Everyone is welcome to join our talk as part of the audience or as a speaker. For more information, please contact email@example.com
April 10, 2019 (TELUS Centre 131)
"How Translation Can Rescue the Humanities:Personhood, Narrative, and Global Modernity in Soseki’s Kokoro"
March 20, 2019 (TELUS Centre 131)
"Cautionary Tales: Danger and Didacticism in the Toshiyori zuinō"
March 6, 2019 (TELUS Centre 131)
Mei Mingxue Nan
"Making sense of nonsense: Revisioning Liu Na’ou (1905-1940) from a Sinophone perspective"
February 13, 2019 (TELUS Centre 131)
"SIGNS OF SUBLIMATION: TEXT AND MATERIALITY IN MEDIEVAL DAOISM"
January 16, 2019 (Room: TELUS Centre 215E)
"Struggle for 100% Freedom’: The Legacy of Nylon Cheng (鄭南榕) and Taiwan’s Democratization"
November 21, 2018 (Room: TELUS Centre 131)
"Performing Icons and Bodies: Chōgen, Kujō Kanezane, and the Restoration of the Tōdaiji Great Buddha"
September 26, 2018 (Room: TELUS Centre 131)
"Making Books to Make Readers to Make Converts: Early Protestant Missionary Publishing in Chinese, 1818-1843"
March 28, 2018 (Room: CAB 369)
Saori Daiju, MA Student, Department of East Asian Studies
"The unspecified use of the Japanese demonstrative are ‘that’ in everyday speech"
Letitia Johnson, MA Student, Department of History and Classics
"The Case of Dr. Masajiro Miyazaki: Health Care Provisions by and for the Nikkei in Canada during World War II"
January 24, 2018(Room: CAB 357)
Yoichi Mukai, Ph.D Candidate, Department of Linguistics
"The Effect of Speech Style on Phonetic Reduction of Nasals and Voiced Stops In Japanese"
November 22, 2017 (Room: CAB 357)
Tsugumi Okabe, Ph.D Candidate, Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies
"Manga, Murder & Mystery: Mapping the Boundaries of Detective Fiction"