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Ariel Stilerman

Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures
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)
Ariel Stilerman has a background in Japanese literature, the Tea Ceremony, Clinical Psychoanalysis, and Industrial Design. His first monograph studies the role of classical verse in the transmission of culture and knowledge across social classes. Current projects include a second monograph on technology and knowledge, a bibliographic database for research, and an exploration of materiality in late medieval aesthetics. Still on hold is the first direct translation of Genji monogatari into Spanish.
Ariel Stilerman