Events in Modern Languages & Cultures
Conference: Modern Japan in the Comparative Imagination
This two-day conference brings together scholars based in Japan, North America, and Europe to discuss how Japanese history, literature, and art have been shaped by and understood through comparisons across national and cultural boundaries since the mid-nineteenth century.
Please visit the conference webpage to book a place and access the latest programme of speakers and events. Supported by funding from the Sasakawa Foundation, Daiwa Foundation, and J Paul Getty Jr Charitable Trust.
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