Date: May 1, 2016
Location: California, United States
Who: All are invited to apply, including (but not limited to) scholars, students, artists, museum curators, tea practitioners, and tea manufacturers.
What: Any subject matter related to the Japanese tea ceremony (chanoyu) will be considered. Chanoyu touches broad aspects of Japanese life and culture.
How: Send an English abstract (250~500 words) for a 20~30-minute presentation with a separate cover sheet to Prof. Midori McKeon (email@example.com). The cover sheet must contain the title of the paper, applicants’ full name, position, institution, email address, street address, and telephone number. Please write the title on the top of the abstract page but do not write your name or the institution that you belong to. The cover sheet and the abstract will be separated for a blind peer review.
Mr. Seiwemon Onishi, “Cha-no-yu-Kama: Beauty and Appreciation”
Dr. Kunio Kirisako, ” Tea Rooms in Momoyama Era (late 16th century) andYamanoue no Soji ki”
Prof. Midori McKeon
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94132