Issues Regarding Religion and Society in Ancient and Medieval Japan 日本古代中世の社会と宗教と言説

Sat, Nov 4, 2017, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
202 Jones













Panel 1: 9-10:30

Religion in Ancient and Medieval Japan

Michael Como (Columbia University)

Carina Roth (University of California Santa Barbara)

Bryan Lowe (Vanderbilt University)

Jackie Stone, Discussant (Princeton University)

Panel 2: 11-12:30

Writing/Culture in Ancient/Medieval Japan

David Lurie (Columbia University)

Brian Steininger (Princeton University)

Haruo Shirane, Discussant (Columbia University)

Panel 3: 2:00-3:30

Issues Regarding History and Society in Ancient Japan

Yoshikawa Shinji (Kyoto University)

Honjō Fusako (Kyoto University)

Kuroha Ryōta (Kyoto University)

Thomas Conlan, Discussant (Princeton University)

Overview: General Discussion 4-5 pm

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This conference is organized by T. Conlan (Princeton) and Yoshikawa Shinji (Kyoto University).

This conference is hosted by the East Asian Studies Department and co-sponsored by the East Asian Studies Program.

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