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Japan

Ariel Stilerman

Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures
PhD, Columbia University, Japanese literature (2015)
MA, Waseda University, Japanese literature (2012)
Midorikai, Urasenke Konnichian, Japanese Tea Ceremony (2007)
MA, SOAS, University of London, Japanese studies (2006)
Licenciatura, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Psychology/Psychoanalysis (2002)
Technical degree, ORT, Industrial Design (1996)
Department:
East Asian Languages and Cultures
Premodern Japanese language, literature, and culture; poetry, performance, and translation; Japanese tea ceremony; psychoanalysis; art history. Current projects include a book (Court Poetry and The Culture of Learning in Japan) on the transformation of Japanese court poetry from a social performance into the core of a comprehensive, far-reaching process of cultural transmission across diverse social spaces. Projects currently on hold include the first direct translation of Genji monogatari into Spanish.
Ariel Stilerman