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Dr. Joel Brereton, Chair 120 INNER CAMPUS DR STOP G9300 WCH 4.134 78712-1251 • 512-471-5811

Japan Seminar: On Teaching Comparative Catastrophe: Japanese and Jewish Responses to War

Fri, September 9, 2011 • 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM • Meyerson Conference Room WCH 4.118

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The Center for East Asian Studies hosts a talk by Professor Alan Tansman

Professor Alan Tansman earned his B.A. from Columbia University in East Asian Studies, his M.S.J. from the School of Journalism at Columbia, and the M.A., M. Phil, and Ph.D. from Yale University in Japanese literature. His specialization is modern Japanese literature and culture. He is the author of The Writings of Kôda Aya (Yale) andThe Culture of of Japanese Fascism (Duke), and the editor of The Aesthetics of Japanese Fascism (California). He is now writing a book comparing Japanese and Jewish responses to atrocity, is co-editor of Studies in Modern Japanese Literature and the forthcoming Tokyo as an Idea: Isoda Kôichi's Essays on Literature and Space (California). In addition to literature, Professor Tansman has published on topics including Japanese cultural criticism, popular culture, film, Area Studies, Japanese and Jewish responses to atrocity, and the sublime in Japanese literature. He has also translated Japanese fiction and criticism.

Sponsored by: Center for East Asian Studies


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