Faculty Development Workshops

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 Being Japanese:  Histories, Identities and Modernities

This workshop will explore how the meaning of “being Japanese” has changed over time, with a particular emphasis on the uses of history, literature and visual culture in shaping and representing a distinctively “Japanese” culture.

Hosted by the Asian Studies Developmet Program
A joint project of the East-West Center and the University of Hawaii
In collaboration with Central Washington University

Dates:   April 14-17, 2011
Location: Seattle, Washington

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Imagining Japan:  Literatures, Arts & Religions

This three-day workshop will address issues related to Japanese culture and society.  It will feature lectures and discussion by invited Japanese specialists, as well as sessions devoted to addressing pedagogical and capacity building issues associated with developing Japanese Studies programs in US colleges and universities.

Hosted by the Asian Studies Development Program
A joint project of the East-West Center and the University of Hawaii
In collaboration with The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Dates: September 15-17, 2011
Location:  Chicago, IL

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