EASC-affiliated faculty and students to present at 2018 AAS Conference

February 8, 2018
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The 2018 Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Conference will be held in Washington, DC from March 22-25, 2018. The following EASC faculty and graduate students will present at the conference.

2018 Association for Asian Studies Conference


"Fault Lines: Tradition and Emergence in Poetry of the Borderlands"
Mark Bender, The Ohio State University
 

"Anything for O-neesama: "Young Ladies-Speak" as a Tool of Same-Sex Desire in Japanese Yuri Narratives"
Hannah E. Dahlberg-Dodd, The Ohio State University
 
"Hui Literature: Negotiating Ethnicity in Literary Writing"
Mario De Grandis, The Ohio State University
 
"When is an Image Not Merely an Image?"
Susan L. Huntington, The Ohio State University
 
"Olympic Dissent: Art, Politics, and the Tokyo Games"
Namiko Kunimoto, The Ohio State University
 
"20 Years after Suharto: Trajectories of State and Social Forces in Indonesian Politics"
Discussant:
William Liddle, The Ohio State University 
 
"Apostles of Freedom and Democracy: Ely Haimowitz and the U.S. Army Military Government’s Music Policy in Korea"
Hye-jung Park, The Ohio State University
 
"The Nature of Performative Iconoclasm: Diasporic Writer Xue Angfu (c. 1268 to After 1350) and His Send-Up of Chinese Icons"
Patricia Sieber, The Ohio State University
 
"Speed, Time, and Ruin in Images of China’s “Ghost Cities”"
Max D. Woodworth, The Ohio State University
 
"Female Literacy in Chinese Painting of the 1950s: Teaching Mama to Read"
Yanfei Yin, The Ohio State University
 
"Performing Differences: Hui Pitchers in Everyday and Staged Performances"
Yuanhao Zhao, The Ohio State University