I am presenting this week at the Association for Asian Studies 2022, held live after two years now. I am so honored to be part of this amazing crew of scholars and to be able to meet and interact with all of them in an amazing place such as Hawai’i.
Area of Study: Japan
Conv. Center, Room 304A 10:30AM-12:00PM
・«Drafting the Writer: What Santō Kyōden’s Rough Drafts Can Teach Us about Early Modern Japanese Authorship», David C. Atherton, Harvard University
・»Gray Areas-Diluted Ink, Textual Authority, and the Early Modern Novel», Kevin P. Mulholland, University of Notre Dame
・»Literary Displacement to Mexico as Questioning to National Historiography: Endō Shūsaku’s Samurai and Ōe Kenzaburō’s Jinsei no Shinseki«, Matias Chiappe Ippolito, Waseda University
・Poetics of Rivers in Man’yōshū, Nina Farizova, Yale University