Events

Information on relevant events will be added as it becomes available

Upcoming Events:

“The One About the Flatulent Priest: Getting a Laugh in Medieval Japan”
2020 Association for Asian Studies Conference (AAS).
(Boston, MA. March 21, 2019, “Affect and Identities in East Asia” Panel. 11:15 AM-1:oo PM)

Past Events:

“Making Meaning: Reading China Onto The Tale of Genji in Medieval Japan”
(University of Hyogo 兵庫県立大学. July 9, 2019)

“Rule of (Cosmological) Law: the Rhetoric of Authority in Japan’s Medieval Mirrors
Kyoto Lectures Series. École Française d’Extrême-Orient/Italian School of East Asian Studies
(EFEO, Kyoto Center. April 18, 2019)

“Now Isn’t the End: A Medieval Experiment in Re-writing Mappō and Violence”
IMAP/IDOC 2018–19 Distinguished Lecture Series
(Kyushu University, Hakata. January 17, 2019)

“A-/Un-/Re-dressing the Third Princess: the Kakaishō, Yūsenkutsu and the Genji
2019 MLA CONVENTION
(Chicago, Jan. 3-Jan. 6, 2019)

“Wellspring and Warning: Essential Chinas in Medieval Japan”
CEAS COLLOQUIUM SERIES AT YALE UNIVERSITY
(New Haven, CT. February 12, 2018)

“The Past in Mirrors: Crafting Continuity in Transitional Times”
15th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR JAPANESE STUDIES
(Lisbon. August 30-September 2, 2017)

“Tailoring the Continent: Chinas to Suit Medieval Needs”
JAPAN–PREMODERN, MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY
(“Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University, Bucharest. September 1-3, 2016)

“Reflecting Authority: Mobilizing Traditions in Medieval Discourse on the Past”
ASIAN STUDIES CONFERENCE JAPAN
(ICU, Tokyo. July 2-3, 2016)

“The Cosmos or the Continent? Claims to Knowledge in Medieval Japan”
KYOTO ASIAN STUDIES GROUP MEETING
(Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies. June 13, 2016)

“Downward Spin on the ‘Rising Sun’: Processing the Past in the Wake of the Genpei War”
LOOSE CANONS II: VALUE AND VALUATION IN JAPANESE ENGAGEMENTS WITH CHINESE WRITING
(USC. April 29, 2016)

“Deviant by Design: the Power & Politics of Multilingual Writing in Medieval Japan
LANGUAGE, POWER ANDIDENTITY IN ASIA: CREATING AND CROSSING LANGUAGE BOUNDARIES
(IIAS, Leiden. March 14-16, 2016)