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Culture and Emotion: Pro-Positive versus Balanced Systems of Emotions

Date: February 18th, 2021 from 7pm-8pm (EST).  Speaker: Dr. Yuri Miyamoto (Hitotsubashi University, Japan).

People all around the world may generally want to increase positive emotions. However, the extent to which people engage in such pro-positive emotion regulation may differ across individuals and…

NEW BOOK: Kinship Novels of Early Modern Korea - Between Genealogical Time and the Domestic Everyday

In Kinship Novels of Early Modern Korea, Ksenia Chizhova foregrounds lineage novels and the domestic world in which they were read to recast the social transformations of Chosŏn Korea and the development of early modern Korean literature. She…

"Red women on the radio: The Communist newsscape in China, 1937-1949"
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The Modern East Asian History workshop features a presentation, December 15, at 12:00 p.m. by Dr. John Alekna

Commentary by third year graduate student, James Watson-Krips…

"Establishing East Asia: Co-Prosperity Sphere Propaganda and the Philippines"
The Modern East Asian History workshop features a presentation Monday, November 16, at 4:30 p.m. by Department of East Asian Studies, second year graduate student, Joseph Henares followed by Q & A.

If interested in participating, please contact Filippo Gradi at fgradi@princeton.edu for the Zoom invitation.

“The Transmission and Organization of Tang Literature in the Five Dynasties and Northern Song”

At noon on November 18th, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in which Anna Shields, in the Department of East Asian Studies, will speak.

This is an invitation-only event, not open to the public.

"The Mirror Beside The Judge: The Manichaean Use of the Ten Kings of Hell Iconography in the Judgment Scene of the Cosmology Painting"

At noon on November 11th, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in which Gábor Kósa , in the Department of East Asian Studies, will speak.

This is an invitation-only event, not open to the public.

"The Making of a Japanese Martyr: Yoshida Shōin (1830-59) and His Memory Landscape"

At noon on November 4th, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in which Constantine Vaporis, in the Department of East Asian Studies, will speak.

This is an invitation-only event, not open to the public.

“Lessons in Bad Poetry: Literature and Early Rinzai”

At noon on October 21st, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in which Brian Steininger, in the Department of East Asian Studies, will speak.

This is an invitation-only event, not open to the public.

" The Gods Are Watching: Talismans, Oaths, and Political Allegiance in Medieval Japan"

 

At noon on October 7th, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in which Thomas Conlan, in the Department of East Asian Studies, will speak.

This is an invitation-only event, not open to the public.