events

Images from the Floating World Symposium

Student Paper Presentations

Schedule (20-minute papers, leaving time for discussion between each paper):

12:30pm - 12:55pm
Najung Kim (PhD candidate, History of Art)
“Living in the Seductive but Evil World: Images of Two Young Figures under Cherry Blossoms by Hishikawa Moronobu”

12:55pm  - 1:20pm
Jeff Knott (MA and PhD candidate, EALC)
“Window on the Shifting Past: Views from a 17th-century Picture-book”

1:20pm  - 1:45pm
Huiping Pang (PhD candidate, History of Art)
“Penetrating the Disguise: The Role of Kyosen (1722-1777) in the Ukiyo-e Print Market”

BREAK

2:00pm  - 2:25pm
Mycah-Margaret Braxton-Brazleton (MA candidate, CEAS)
"Embodiment and Identity: The Tokaido Meishoki and its Reflection on Premodern Japan"

2:25pm - 2:50pm
Wakako Suzuki (MA candidate, EALC)
"Yokohama Prints: the Image of Foreigners and the Social Changes in the late Edo period"

Wednesday, June 01, 2011 | 12:30 pm — 3:30 pm
Building 250 - Room 108, Main Quad

Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures