History Prof. Yuma Totani gives ‘Pecha Kucha’ lecture

The Center for Japanese Studies is pleased to present: Pecha Kucha: Spring 2012 which will be held on April 20 at 5:30pm in the Tokioka Room (Moore Hall 319). What is Pecha Kucha? It is a presentation style where a short lecture is given 20 slides and are shown for 20 seconds each. The presentations are intended to be visually striking and upbeat. Pecha Kucha at CJS is a popular event where CJS  graduate students and faculty get together in a relaxed atmosphere.

We have six individuals giving Pecha Kucha talks this semester: Dr. Gay Satsuma, Associate Director of CJS;  Ms. Tokiko Bazzell, Japan Studies Librarian at UH Manoa Library; Dr. Yuma Totani, Associate Professor of History; Mr. James Canegata, MA Student in EALL; Mr. Kei Imafuku, MA Student in Asian Studies; Mr. Stevie Suan, MA Student in Asian Studies.

Pecha Kucha flyer (PDF)