Workshop: Poetic Teachings in Premodern Japan

call for papers [150-2]Stanford University and the University of British Columbia are co-organizing a workshop on “Poetic Teachings in Premodern Japan: Aesthetics and Practice from the Eighth to Eighteenth Centuries.” The workshop will take place Saturday, March 8 and Sunday, March 9 at Stanford University. It is aimed at furthering the study of karon (poetic treatises) through short presentations, discussion, and a series of reading selections. Please contact Christina Laffin at christina.laffin@ubc.ca as soon as possible if you are interested in presenting or attending. We are particularly eager to involve graduate students and junior scholars. The cost of local accommodation will be offset, but unfortunately we are unable to cover travel for participants and presenters.

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Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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