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Method of East Asian Classical Studies, 42nd Seminar
Possibilities in classical studies for research that transcends disciplinary and linguistic boundaries: Current state of the field and future developments of research in ancient Japanese literature

Date
May 25th (Friday), 2018, starting at 3:00 pm
Venue
Building 18, Collaboration Room 1, Komaba Campus, Tokyo University
Speaker
David Lurie (Columbia University)  Torquil Duthie (UCLA)
 Possibilities in classical studies for research that transcends disciplinary and linguistic boundaries: Current state of the field and future developments of research in ancient Japanese literature

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Title: Possibilities in classical studies for research that transcends disciplinary and linguistic boundaries: Current state of the field and future developments of research in ancient Japanese literature

Speakers:

David Lurie (Columbia University)
“Divergences between Interpretations of Kojiki and Nihon shoki, and Studies in Comparative Mythology”

Torquil Duthie (UCLA)
“Authors in the Man’yōshū”

Commentators:

Kanazawa Hideyuki (Hokkaido University)
Shinada Yoshikazu (Tokyo University)
Tetsuno Masahiro (Tokyo University)

Seminar leader: Saito Mareshi (Tokyo University)

Host

The Creation of a Next-Generation Hub for East Asian Classical Studies: Accelerating Research and Education through International Collaboration