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2014 / LACMA’s annual Japanese art lecture to cover Edo popular art, Dec 7

LACMA Michele Berton Lecture

Los Angeles County Museum of Art The 27th-Annual Michele and Peter Berton Memorial Lecture on Japanese Art Sunday, December 7, 2014,  3:30 pm LACMA, Brown Auditorium Katsuya Hirano, associate professor of history at UCLA, presents “Edo Popular Art in the Age of Great Transformation.” In this lecture, Professor Hirano addresses why the powerful Tokugawa...
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2013 / UCLA to introduce newly-hired renowned scholars of Japanese studies, Oct. 21

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  New Visions of Japanese Studies at UCLA Monday, October 21, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles 5700 Wilshire Blvd, Suite100, Los Angeles, CA 90036 RSVP: http://jflalc.org/index.php?section=calendar&subsection=register_for_event&event_id=259 UCLA Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies will introduce two new Japanese Studies faculty members, Prof. Katsuya Hirano and Prof. Michael Emmerich, on Monday, Oct. 21,...
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