•Joan Piggott, "On Beyond Shômu: Thoughts on Palace and Kingship at Heiankyô"
•Mikael S. Adolphson, "Benkei's Ancestors: The Monk-Warrior (s) of Heian Japan"
•Karl Friday, "What a Difference a Bow Makes: Chivalry and the Early Samurai Ethos in Comparative Perspective"
•Bruce Batten, "An Open and Shut Case?: Some Thoughts on Foreign Trade in Late Heian Japan"
•Ethan Segal, "Mongol Invaders and Medieval Identity: A Critique of Writings on Nationalism"
•Thomas Nelson, "Japanese Merchants and Mercenaries in Seventeenth Century Siam"
•Hitomi Tonomura, "A Woman Who Visited Kamakura"
•Thomas Conlan, "From Sovereign to Symbol: A Liturgy of Legitimation in Fourteenth Century Japan"
•Andrew Goble, "Uncovering Medieval Medicine: Sources, Approaches, Discoveries"
•Tom Keirstead, "The New Medievalism and Japan"
•Martin Collcutt, "Re-writing Medieval Japan: Jeff's Legacy and Ours"
•Paul Varley, "The State of the Field of Medieval Japanese Studies"
•Closing Remarks: Gordon Berger
Saturday May 5, 2001
9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
A/P Scholars Room
3rd Floor, Encina Hall
Co-sponsored by the Center for East Asian Studies, the Department of History, and the Japan Fund of the Institute for International Studies.
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