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Huntington Library Lecture Series – “A Whimsical Picture with a Grim Message” by Harvard professor Shigehisa Kuriyama, Feb. 19 at 7:30PM

Huntington Library East Asian Garden Lecture Series A Whimsical Picture with a Grim Message: The Inshoku yōjō kagami and the Imagination of the Body in Early Modern Japan Feb. 19 (Tuesday) 7:30 p.m. at Rothenberg Hall Shigehisa Kuriyama, professor of cultural history at Harvard University, will discuss the Inshoku yōjō kagami (Rules of Dietary...
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