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Graduate Workshop: Discourses and Aesthetics of Transpacific America/Asia

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Part I

Commentator: Takashi Fujitani

Tomohiro Kambayashi (Hitotsubashi University, History)
“‘The Result Has Been Disastrous’: Maurice S. Evans’s Case for Territorial Segregation in South Africa and the American South as Evidence”

Yui Kasane, (Hitotsubashi University, American Literature)
“At the Edge of the Border: Japanese Drifters in the 19th Century and Melville’s Island Imaginations”

Yohei Chiba, (Tsukuba University, American Literature)
“A Drive behind American Studies: Interdisciplinary Treatment of Non-Knowledge in the 1930s”

Part II

Commentator: Madeleine Thien

Ayumi Nishi, (Hitotsubashi University, South African and Anglophone Literatures)
“Memory of Loss and Reconciliation in Dogs at the Perimeter

Tatsumasa Sakamoto, (Hitotsubashi University, American Literature)
"Resonating Voices: The Imagery of the Sea in Madeleine Thien's Dogs at the Perimeter and Tamiki Hara's Atomic Bomb Novels"

Yuki Watanabe, (Hitotsubashi University, American Literature)
"Lending of the Self: The Momentum of Cooperativity in Madeleine Thien's Dog's at the Perimeter"

 

 

 

 

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