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Myth, Management, and Materiality in East Asia

April 27, 2019 (Saturday)
Ben Franklin Room, Houston Hall

The Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations at the University of Pennsylvania presents its third annual graduate student conference: Myth, Management, and Materiality in East Asia. This conference provides a forum for graduate students from U.S. and international institutions to explore concepts of myth, management, and/or materiality in East Asia (including, but not limited to: China, Japan, Korea, Mongolia, and Singapore). Students will explore these concepts within issues of literature, politics, culture, language, religion, and/or ideology.

 

Event Sponsors:

Center for East Asian Studies

Center for the Study of Contemporary China

Community Impact Fund

Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations

Department of History

James Joo-Jin Kim Program in Korean Studies

 

Organizing Committee:

Erin Gallagher

Genevieve Tan

Jason Hagler

John G. Grisafi

Kristina Horn

Lillian Lin

Maddalena Poli

Yiwen Qiao

 

Contact Info:

Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations

University of Pennsylvania

255 S. 36th Street, 847 Williams Hall

Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA

(215) 898-7466

ealcgradcon@gmail.com

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