Announcement:AMJLS Annual Conference of Fall 2022
Date: October 22nd (Saturday), 23rd (Sunday), 2022
Venue: Doshisha University, Imadegawa Campus, Ryoshin-Kan, RYB2 (22nd), RY101, 103, 104 (23rd)
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- The timetable is shown in Japan Standard Time (JST).
[DAY ONE: Oct 22nd] Starts at 13:30
Religion and Discrimination in Modern Japan: The Threshold of Difference and Publicness
A Critical Threshold of the Form of Life: Subaltern and Religion
Rethinking Weak Men in Endo Shusaku’s Work: How the Representations of Kakure Kirishitan (Hidden Christian) Transformed
A-Bomb City, Nagasaki: Convergence of Discrimination
Reality and Idealism, Divide and Association: Describe Life Not Defined by Settlement or Employment
[DAY TWO: Oct 23rd] 10:30-16:40
[ROOM ONE: RY104]
Otoko Honzon (Male Main Character) as Hero: Interpreting the Role of Main Characters in Tsubouchi Shoyo’s Shosetsu Shinzui (The Essence of the Novel)
From Content to Phenomenology: Rethinking the Discourse of Letter in Japanese from 1900 to 1920
Time in Michikusa (Grass on the Wayside): Intersection with Henri Bergson’s Time and Free Will
Takeshi NAKAMURA, Maria ARAI, Taku MIURA, Maki TOMINAGA, Kenji SOEDA
Visual Representations and Literature in “Sunday Mainichi” during the Prewar Period
[ROOM TWO: RY103]
From A Glimpse of a Certain Woman to A Certain Woman: Acquisition of the Interior with Olfaction
Uchida Hyakken’s Neko and Shin-Seinen
Lucrezia DI MARCO
A Writing Style of Yaeko Batchelor’s Wakaki Utari Ni (For the Young Ainu): Considering the Significance of A Serialized Work
Takumi ISHIKAWA, Yuji OHARA, Yoshiyuki MAKI, Yuta WATANABE
Interpreting Postwar Culture from the Perspective of Local Media
[ROOM THREE: RY101]
Crossing of Lament in Kobayashi Hideo and Nakahara Chuya: How Texts are Revised
Takeda Taijyun’s Shinpan (Tribunal) and the Local Media in Shanghai: The Problems of the Policy for Residence in Japanese Concession
Described Human and its Ethics in War Literature: Reading Tada Yukei’s Ajia no Suna (Sand in Asia)
Darkness and Language in the Manuscript of Mojin Shokan (Letters of Blind) by Terayama Shuji
When Air on the G String is Played: Taiwanese Literature in Two Languages and Periods
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