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Faculty and graduate students met to discuss issues relating to ‘Hihyō’ at Princeton University in March, 2010 and Waseda University in July, 2010. Click on the links to the right to view the programs and schedules from these workshops.
The Committee on Japanese Studies at the University of Chicago’s Center for East Asian Studies is proud to bring you the Ninth Japan at Chicago Conference, “Rethinking Hihyō: The Politics of Literature and the Literature of Politics in Early Postwar Japan,” March 4-5, 2011 at the International House on the University of Chicago campus.
The conference brings together scholars from a variety of institutions across North American and Japan. It is the concluding event in a collaborative research project organized by faculty and graduate students from the University of Chicago, Princeton University, and Waseda University and the culmination of a series of workshops held at Princeton in March 2010 and at Waseda in July 2010.