Friday afternoon panels

10/18  3pm-5pm  CONCURRENT PANELS
Marginality as Performance Moderated by Eiji Sekine Purdue
Andrew Campana Japanese Sign Language: Poetry between Literature, Performance and Digital Media Harvard University
Kyle Ikeda Jinruikan (The Pavilion of Humanity) and performing Okinawa Univ. of Vermont
Yoshiaki Koshikawa MEDORUMA Shun and The Okinawan Dialect as Critical Performance  Meiji Univ.
Cindi Textor Performing Korean, Performing Korea: Zainichi Identity and the Japanese Language in the Work of Kim Sŏk-pŏm Univ of Washington, Seattle
Pedagogy as Performance Moderated by Christopher Bush Northwestern Univ.
Stefania Burk Screaming for Help: Mishima’s Modern NOH and the Pedagogy of Adaptation Univ. of British Columbia
Susan Klein Shakespeare and Noh in Throne of Blood and Ran UC Irvine
Jessica Nakamura Other performance literatures: subtitles in contemporary Japanese theater Stanford Univ.
Catherine Ryu Reading The Tale of Genji through Word Cloud: A Digital Approach to Literary Criticism and Pedagogy Michigan State Univ.
Translation as Performance Moderated by Phyllis Lyons Northwestern Univ.
Reiko Abe Auestad Suicides in Sôseki’s Kokoro Univ. of Oslo
Ken Ito Performing a Reading of Konjiki yasha Univ. of Hawai’i
Nathan Shockey The Boy with the Pistol and the Execution of Literary Acceptance: The Case of Nagayama Norio Bard College
Marianne Tarcov Assuming Identities in Nagai Kafu’s Baudelaire Translations UC Berkeley