PASSING, POSING, PERSUASION:
CULTURAL PRODUCTION AND COLONIALITY IN MODERN JAPAN
Start: 1 March 2019 10:00am
End: 2 March 2019 5:30pm
Multipurpose Room, Liu Institute
6476 NW Marine Drive
This two-day international conference will bring scholars from East Asia and North America together to interrogate various intersections of cultural production (including literature, film, popular magazines, manga, and more) in imperial and post-imperial Japan through the lens of racial, ethnic, and linguistic passing and propaganda, with a special keynote speech by acclaimed artist Shimada Yoshiko. Information on the schedule, list of presenters, sponsors, location, and more can be found on the conference website!
For more information, please contact the conference assistant, Cyrus Qiu, at firstname.lastname@example.org