Published: March 13, 2023

Thursday, March 16

Carla Jones (Anthropology) – Chair
Labor of Piety in Southeast Asia
Thursday, March 16, 7pm – 8:30pm
Gardner B (3rd Floor)

Keller Kimbrough (Asian Languages and Civilizations)
Mercy of the Court: Narratives of Law, Litigation, and Criminal Codes in Medieval Japanese Fiction
Cultures of Law and Litigation in Medieval Japan
Thursday, March 16, 7pm – 8:30pm
Republic A (2nd Floor)

Friday, March 17

Tim Weston (History) – Chair
Global Maoism for the Global South
Friday, March 17, 9am – 10:30am
Arnold Arboretum (5th Floor)

Carla Jones (Anthropology) - Chair
Islamic Authority in Southeast Asia: Constructions, Contestations, Counter-Publics
Friday, March 17, 11am – 12:30pm
Public Garden (5th Floor)

Marjorie Burge (Asian Languages and Civilizations) - Chair
Visions of the Eastland: Rural Longings in Man'yōshū
Representing the Pastoral in Japanese Literature
Friday, March 17, 11am – 12:30pm
Back Bay D (2nd Floor)

Kyunghee Eo (Asian Languages and Civilizations)
Between Sunjŏng(Pure Feeling) and Kitsch: Girl Sensibility in the Poetry of Pak Sangsu
“Minor” Self-Portraitures: Explorations of Identity in Contemporary Korean Poetry
Friday, March 17, 2pm – 3:30pm
Meeting Room 107 (Plaza Level)

Kathryn Goldfarb (Anthropology) – Chair
Conformity and Change in Japan's COVID-19 Response
Friday, March 17, 2pm – 3:30pm
Meeting Room 101 (Plaza Level)

Evelyn Shih (Asian Languages and Civilizations) - Discussant
Laughter with History: East Asian Comedy in Film and Media
Friday, February 17, 2pm – 3:30pm
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Saturday, March 18

Evelyn Shih (Asian Languages and Civilizations)
Cold War Laugh Lines: Comic Communication in Authoritarian Taiwan and South Korea
 New Paradigms for Comparative Literary Studies in East Asia
Saturday, March 18, 8:30am – 10am
Fairfax A (3rd Floor)

Lynn Parisi (Teaching East Asia) - Chair
Lauren Collins (Asian Studies) – Discussant
Spectacle and Speculation: Teaching East Asian Pasts, Presents, and Futures through Science Fiction - Sponsored by Committee for Teaching About Asia
Saturday, March 18, 4pm – 5:30pm
Meeting Room 103 (Plaza Level)

Sunday, March 19

Matthias Richter (Asian Languages and Civilizations)
Sincerity As a Crucial Character Trait in Early Chinese Texts on Personality Types
Ritual Sincerities in Chinese Literature: From Early China to the Twentieth Century
Sunday, March 19, 9am – 10:30am
Boston Common (5th Floor)