• Institute for Korean Studies Colloquium: Jisoo Kim
    March 02 12:00pm
    Jisoo Kim is a specialist in gender and legal history of early modern Korea. Her broader research interests include crime and justice, forensic medicine, history of emotions, literary representations of the law, diglossia, vernacular, and gender and sexuality. Her first book, The Emotions of Justice: Gender, Status, and Legal Performance in Chos more »
  • East Asian Studies Center Colloquium: Sally Hastings
    March 30 12:00pm
    Despite scholarly interest in the contributions of Christian missionaries and international women’s organizations to the development of the women’s movement in Japan, there has been relatively little attention to the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) in Japan.  The Tokyo Association, founded in 1905 and the oldest more »
  • East Asian Studies Center Colloquium: Edith Sarra
    April 06 12:00pm
    Edith Sarra, Associate Professor, East Asian Languages & Cultures, Indiana University more »
  • East Asian Studies Center Colloquium: Ken Liu
    April 13 12:00pm
    Betrayal With Integrity: Conformance and Estrangement in Translating Chinese Science Fiction A one-hour talk in which award-winning author and translator discusses the origin of Chinese science fiction through translation of Western works, and then his own translation of the Hugo-winning novel, The Three-Body Problem, by Liu Cixin and i more »
  • East Asian Studies Center Colloquium: Jessey Choo
    April 20 12:00pm
    Getting a Divorce After Death in Late Medieval Chinese Entombed Epitaphs In late medieval China (500-1000 CE), burying a husband and wife together was the norm. Yet, many elite women rejected such an arrangement. Rather than joining their husband in burial, known as spousal joint burial, or hezang 合& more »
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