The Center for Japanese Studies wishes everyone in the UHM community and beyond a wonderful holiday season. As a reminder, CJS will be closed from Monday, December 20, 2010 until Monday, January 3, 2011. Email questions can still be sent to email@example.com during the interim.
We look forward to a productive, happy, and healthy 2011 [...]
We are sorry to report the loss of two friends of CJS in recent weeks: Philanthropist Houghton Freeman, and Jean Mori. Although CJS was a not a direct recipient of Freeman support, many of our students and faculty benefited from programs in Asian Studies that were funded by the Freeman Foundation. Freeman’s direct, no-nonsense approach [...]
All of the symposium speakers, performers, and other participants.
Tachimawari demonstration by students in the Theatre and Dance 428 course.
Dr. Jule Iezzi opens the symposium.