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Japanese Studies

Japanese Studies and Rare Materials (Webinar Series 1)

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古筆手鑑の世界 (The World of Kohitsu Tekagami)

Takahiro Sasaki, Director of Institute of Oriental Classics (Shido Bunko) and Professor of Keio University 

Glossary 10/20 

 

5:00 - 5:02:  Introduction
5:02 - 6:00:  Prof. Sasaki's lecture in Japanese with an option for simultaneous English transcription by Matthew Hayes   [Will be Recorded
6:00 - 6:10:  Break |  Keep your zoom open during the break!
6:10 - 6:28:  Q&A | Prof. Sasaki answers your questions in Japanese from the Q&A box.
:28 - 6:30:  Closing | Feedback survey 10/20

The link to the recording and presentation slides will be posted here later after the event.

Questions? Contact tbialock@library.ucla.edu.

Japanese Studies and Rare Materials (Webinar Series 2)

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Do All the Pieces Matter?: Calligraphy Fragments in the University of Orgeon Tekagami 

Akiko Walley, Maude I. Kerns Associate Professor of Japanese Art, University of Oregon 

 

The Yale Tekagamijō and the Digital Future of Tekagami Research

Edward Kamens, Sumitomo Professor of Japanese Studies, Yale University 

5:00 - 5:02:  Introduction
5:02 - 5:20:  Prof. Walley's lecture
5:20 - 5:30:  Q&A | Prof. Walley answers your questions from the Q&A box
5:30 - 5:48:  Prof. Kamens' lecture 
5:48 - 5:58: Q&A | Prof. Kamen answers your questions from the Q&A box
5:58 - 6:00:  Closing | Feedback survey 10/23

The link to the recording and presentation slides will be posted here later after the event.

Questions? Contact tbialock@library.ucla.edu.

Japanese Studies and Rare Materials (Webinar Series 3)

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圓福寺蔵本を通して見る「嵯峨本伊勢物語の世界 (The World of Saga-bon Ise Monogatari as seen through the Enfukuji Collection)

Takahiro Sasaki, Director of Institute of Oriental Classics (Shido Bunko) and Professor of Keio University 

Glossary 10/27 

The More the Merrier: Japanese Premodern Prints

Akiko Walley, Maude I. Kerns Associate Professor of Japanese Art, University of Oregon 

5:00 - 5:02:  Introduction
5:02 - 5:14:  Prof. Walley's lecture
5:14 - 5:19:  Q&A | Prof. Walley answers your questions from the Q&A box
5:19 - 5:22:  Break |  Keep your zoom open during the break!
5:22 - 6:17:  Prof. Sasaki's lecture in Japanese with an option for simultaneous English transcription by Matthew Hayes   [Will be Recorded
6:17 - 6:27:  Break |  Keep your zoom open during the break!
6:27 - 6:43:  Q&A | Prof. Sasaki answers your questions in Japanese from the Q&A box.6:43 - 6:45:  Closing | Enfukuji | Feedback survey 10/27

The link to the recording and presentation slides will be posted here later after the event.

Questions? Contact tbialock@library.ucla.edu.

Japanese Studies and Rare Materials (Webinar Series 4)