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2009 at W. Michigan U.



アメリカ、ミシガンでの研究例会


Symposium on
Gender Studies across Languages and Disciplines pdfファイルはこちら


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Symposium on

Gender Studies across Languages and Disciplines

Monday, September 21, 2009, 12:00-5:00 PM
(Open at 11:30AM Reception after 5PM)
Bernhard Center Rm 157, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI 49008


Symposium on Gender Studies across Languages and Disciplines will be held to
promote research presentations on gender to collaborate with different linguistic/cultural
backgrounds and the various disciplines of Japanese studies. The speakers are:

















Keynote Speech:

Geisha, Pop Star, Princess: Japan Miscast?
Jan Bardsley, U of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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Womanly Women?: Blurring Gender Boundaries in Contemporary Japan
Yoichi Shimemura, Musashino University, Tokyo
Marriage
of Cultures: An Online, Role-Playing Simulation for Japanese Anthropology
Laura Spielvogel, WMU Anthropology
Japanese
Women’s Language and Politeness: A Hidden Hegemony
Mayumi Usami, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

Why
So Different?: Women and Men Expressed in Japanese Discourse

Mizue Sasaki, Musashino University, Tokyo
Bite
Your Tongue!: Language, Power, and the Negation of Female Desire.
Adrienne Redding, WMU English
Reversing
Dictatorship: Power of Transgender/Transnational Visuality for Latin
American Women
Mayra Bonet, University of Illinois, Springfield


Organized by Western Michigan University Japanese Studies Program

Funded by Instructional Development Grants, Visiting Scholars and Artists Program Grants


Department of Foreign Languages, Soga Japan Center


Gender and Women’s Studies Program, Women’s Caucus


Please direct any questions about the event to Rika Saito, the symposium organizer,
at 269-387-3020



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