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KINEMA CLUB XVII: Japanese Film Studies “Abroad”

Date: Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Venue: Meiji Gakuin University, Shirokane Campus
City and State: Tokyo, Japan
Organizer: Roland Domenig
10:00 Welcome Address 
    Individual Papers 10:10 Roland Domenig (Meiji Gakuin University)
    “Joseph L. Anderson and the making of The Japanese Film. Art and Industry”
10:40 Stephen Sarrazin
             “France and the Concept of taste-maker”
11:10    Jennifer Coates (Kyoto University)
                            “From Britain to Japan: Adapting Audience Studies”
11:40 Peter A. Yacavone (Soochow University)
    “Why the European Critics Were Right About Rashōmon (and the Japanese and American Critics Weren’t): A Preliminary Interpretation”
12:10 Jonathan M. Hall
    “The Shifting Border: Okinawan Cinema Studies and the ‘Internal Abroad’”
12:40 Mio Hatokai (Waseda University)
    “Studying the Japanese Studio System. From Nikkatsu New Action to Nikkatsu Roman Poruno”
13:10 Lunch Break
14:00 Mark Nornes (University of Michigan)
    “Writing and Publishing in the English Academic Press”
14:30 Jose Montaño (Rikkyo University)
    “Rewriting Japanese Cinema from a marginal standpoint: on the necessity to publish in Spanish”
15:00 Key Note Lecture            
    Yamamoto Naoki (University of California Santa Barbara)
    “Approaches to studying film and media theory from Japan as an academic discipline”
15:45 Break
16:00 Roundtable Discussion
           “The study of film from Japan and questions of disciplines”
    Alex Zahlten (Harvard University), Mark Nornes, Yamamoto Naoki, TBA
17:30 Open Forum
18:30 Closing remarks
Conference Site: 
Meiji Gakuin University, Shirokane Campus, Main Building, Room 1458 (North Wing)
1-2-37 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-8636
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[掲載日 : 2018-02-21 (Wed)]