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The UCLA East Asian Library (EAL) holds the Gordon W. Prange microforms, an extensive archive collection of 1945-1949 periodicals censored and published in occupied Japan. Using this resource since 2016, the EAL has hosted zadankai/座談会 as an open forum for scholars, students, and the community to engage in free discussion on topics related to post-war […]
“Bringing the Archives of Wartime and Occupied Japan to Life: Perspectives from the Public and Private Sectors” – Panel Discussion @ UCLA
On Monday, April 30, at 12-2pm, the UCLA East Asian Library will host a panel discussion event on Japanese archival materials. This event is sponsored by UCLA East Asian Library and UCLA Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies. This is also a part of UCLA East Asian Library’s 70th anniversary celebration program. The title of the panel discussion is “Bringing the […]
Dr. Michiko Takeuchi, Professor of History at California State University, Long Beach, received the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship for her research project entitled “Early Coalitions Between Japanese and American Feminists, from World War I to the U.S. Occupation of Japan.” Professor Takeuchi was one of the speakers at the “Zadakai: Class, Gender […]
The report of “Zadankai: Class, Gender and Ethnicity in Postwar Japan” has been uploaded at UCLA Library’s Website. The pictures from events, the detailed list of resources, the handouts, the exhibit materials and the recording of discussion are available.
On Wednesday, May 4, 2016, at 1 – 3pm, the UCLA East Asian Library will host an round-table discussion (“Zadankai”) related to the issues of Class, Gender and Ethnicity in Postwar Japan. The event is sponsored by UCLA East Asian Library and UCLA Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies. It is open to the public, but […]