This introductory course will represent a historical, cultural, and societal perspective of anime and manga in Japan, dating pre-modern to pre- and post-WWII to modern times. By looking at the international realm's intake of the Japanese Cool Japan movement, we can see the reach of an entire society through 'kawaii' culture. By the end of this course, students will examine and unravel Japanese anime and manga, while gaining a firm grounding in its history.
The current 2018 issue (Volume XXII) of the Japan Studies Review (JSR) is now available online. For hard copies, contact email@example.com.
The 2018-2019 Omar K. Carrion Award winner is Sofiya Burmistrova. The runner-ups are Adriana Schiavo and Hedda Stokkland.
Korean Language tutoring and study groups!
JETAA-FL is hosting an application workshop for applicants interested in the JET Program. Please bring your application and draft or outline of your statement of purpose. In this workshop, we will answer application questions and work with you to create strong statements of purpose/essay.
This presentation will examine factors that contributed to the relative lack of scholarship and recognition of Japanese woman artists of the Edo Period (1603–1868).