“Japan’s Long Nineteenth Century: an Interdisciplinary Workshop and Practicum” will run from June 7-12, 2010 at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The workshop will be structured around a series of working papers drafted by the hosts and invited participants. These papers will be pre-circulated and the morning sessions will be devoted to an intensive discussion of the papers with a focus on general questions of method and the framing of lines of inquiry. The afternoon sessions will be practica devoted to hands-on work with faculty and curators with a variety of forms and formats of material related to the study of nineteenth-century Japan drawn from the University of Michigan’s museums and libraries.
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