Activities of the Center for American Studies, 2018

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NANZAN REVIEW OF AMERICAN STUDIES Volume 40 (2018): 139-143

Activities of the Center for American Studies, 2018

[Activities Mainly Sponsored by the Center for American Studies] Lecture Meeting

Main Sponsor: Center for American Studies

Joint Sponsor: The International Association for North American Ethnic Studies, Nagoya American Studies Association

Date: February 25th, 2018  Time: 14:00―17:00 Venue: Conference Room 51 and 52, 5th Floor, Building Q

Speaker: Jennifer L. Barker (Associate Professor, Bellarmine University) Title: Early American Movies: 1920s to 1950s

Lecture Meeting

Main Sponsor: Center for American Studies

Joint Sponsor: Department of British and American Studies and Nagoya American Studies Association

Date: July 14th, 2018  Time: 14:00―17:00

Venue: Conference Room 51 and 52, 5th Floor, Building Q

Speaker: Michael K. Honey (Professor, University of Washington Tacoma) Title: Revisiting M.L. King’s Last Crusade

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Michael K. Honey Commemorative Photo Lecture Meeting

Main Sponsor: Center for American Studies

Joint Sponsor: Center for Asia-Pacific Studies, Graduate School of International Area Studies and Nagoya American Studies Association

Date: October 1st, 2018  Time: 17:00―19:00

Venue: Conference Room 51 and 52, 5th Floor, Building Q Speaker: Bruce Cumings (Professor, University of Chicago) Title: The Nuclearization and Denuclearization of Korea

Bruce Cumings Commemorative Photo

[Activities Co-sponsored by the Center for American Studies] Lecture Meeting

Main Sponsor: Four Area Studies Centers’ Joint Research Project

Joint Sponsor: Center for American Studies, Department of British and American Studies, Graduate School of International Area Studies and Nagoya American Studies Association

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Title: The Vietnam War and the Representation of Trauma in Literature: An Analysis of Tim O’Brien’s In the Lake of the Woods

Speaker: Hiramatsu Ayako (Lecturer, Nanzan University)

Title: Subnational Democratization and National Consolidation of the American Deep South, 1968―1972

Hiramatsu Ayako Yamabe Shota View of lecture meeting Film Performing Event

Main Sponsor: Office for International Affairs

Joint Sponsor: Center for American Studies, Center for European Studies and Department of British and American Studies

Date: May 24th, 2018  Time: 15:15―17:15 Venue: Room Q314, 3rd Floor, Building Q Comment: Maurice Fitzpatrick (Director)

Introduction: William Purcell (Professor, Nanzan University)

Title: Documentary film “In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America”

Maurice Fitzpatrick(left) William Purcell(right)

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Lecture Meeting

Main Sponsor: Department of British and American Studies

Joint Sponsor: Center for American Studies and Nagoya American Studies Association

Date: July 16th, 2018  Time: 13:30―15:00 Venue: Room G30, 1st Floor, Building G

Speaker: Michael K. Honey (Professor, University of Washington Tacoma) Title: How King Studies Relates to American Studies and World Issues

Michael K. Honey Commemorative Photo Lecture Meeting

Main Sponsor: Four Area Studies Centers’ Joint Research Project

Joint Sponsor: Center for American Studies and Nagoya American Studies Association

Date: July 20th, 2018  Time: 17:00―18:30

Venue: Conference Room 51 and 52, 5th Floor, Building Q

Speaker: Masaki Sho (Designated Assistant Professor, Nagoya University, Visiting Researcher, Center for American Studies)

Title: An Unfinished Postwar Process: The History of the Evacuees from Iwo Jima

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[Regular Meetings of the Nagoya American Studies Association] Regular Meeting in March

Date: March 24th, 2018  Time: 13:30―17:00 Venue: Conference Room 910, 9th Floor, Building L

Reviewer: Hisada Yukako (Associate Professor, Aichi Prefectural University)

Book: “Funanori ga Tsunagu Taiseiyousekai―Eiryoushokuminchi Boston no Senin to Boueki no Shakaishi” 船乗りがつなぐ大西 洋 世 界 ― 英 領 植 民 地 ボ ス ト ン の 船 員 と 貿 易 の 社 会 史 [Seafarers Connected the Atlantic World: The Social History of Shipmasters, Sailors, and Trade in Colonial Boston] by Kasai Toshikazu (Koyo Shobo, 2017)

Reviewer: Miura Yoichi (Professor, Chubu University)

Book: “Kakumitsuyaku kara Okinawa Mondaie: Ogasawara Henkan no Seijishi” 核密約から沖縄問題へ:小笠原返還の政治史 [The Untold Link Between The Bonin and Ryukyu Reversions] by Masaki Sho (The University of Nagoya Press, 2017)

Regular Meeting in June

Date: June 16th, 2018  Time: 13:30―17:30 Venue: Conference Room 910, 9th Floor, Building L Speaker: Saito Yumi (Assistant Professor, Aichi University)

Title: Social Movement of African American residents in Hawai’i in the 1970s and 1980s

Speaker: Kamo Michiko (Part-time Lecturer, Meijo University)

Title: From Psychological Warfare against Japan to Occupation: A History of US Action in World War II and Post-war Japan

Film Performing Event

Date: November 10th, 2018  Time: 14:00―16:30 Venue: Conference Room 51 and 52, 5th Floor, Building Q

Title: Screening of the documentary film, And Then They Came For Us (2017, Director: Abby Ginzberg)

Comment: Yanagisawa Ikumi (Lecturer, Nagoya University of Foreign Studies)

Kobayashi Junko (Full-time Lecturer in English as a Foreign Language, Nagoya University of Foreign Studies)

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