Research Workshop of the Israel Science Foundation on:
Performing Japanese Traditions: Temporal and Spatial Reconsideration of Dramatics, Poetics, and Ritual Practices
will be held on June 15-17, 2014 in Gilman Building, Hall 496 at Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Organizers: Prof. Zvika Serper and Dr. Irit Averbuch
The research workshop will investigate the performative aspects of Japanese traditions through several prisms, with the cooperation of a diverse group of prominent scholars from Japan, Europe, USA, Canada, and Israel. It will focus mainly on two general fields—the performing arts and religious ritual practice—in both their temporal and spatial dimensions, and will touch upon further performative aspects of politics, gender, and the arts.
This workshop was made possible by the generous contributions from: The Israeli Science Foundation; The Japan Foundation; The Center For Japanese Studies, University of Michigan; The Lester and Sally Entin Faculty of Humanities at Tel Aviv University; The David and Yolanda Katz Faculty of the Arts at Tel Aviv University; Research Authority of Tel Aviv University.
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