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Nikkei Bruin Symposium Honoring Fred G. Notehelfer

Nikkei Bruin Symposium in celebration of Fred G. Notehelfer's tenure as Center Director

Saturday, May 19, 2007
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
UCLA
Faculty Center
Sequoia Room
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Program

Morning Session

10:00 am

Opening remarks by Donald F. McCallum (UCLA)

10:10 am

Cross-town Commentary: Viewing Fred Notehelfer from Beyond the Pale (Blue and Gold)

Gordon Berger (USC)

10:40 am

Matara: A Dream King Between Insight and Imagination

William Bodiford (UCLA)

11:30 am

Samurai in an Age of Peace: Martial Training in the Tokugawa Period

Cameron Hurst (University of Pennslyvania)

12:20 pm

Lunch Break


Afternoon Session

2:00 pm

Josiah Conder: The Cultural Contradictions of an English Architect in Meiji Japan

Jonathan Reynolds (USC)

2:50 pm

The Literature of Occupied Tokyo

Seiji Lippit (UCLA)

3:40 pm

Afternoon Break

4:00 pm

Japanese Immigrant Origin of Japanese (Academic) Studies in the Western United States

Eiichiro Azuma (University of Pennslyvania)

5:00 pm

Closing remarks


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.

For more information, please contact:

Mariko Bird
Tel: 310-825-8681
E-mail: bird@international.ucla.edu

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Sponsor(s): Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies

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