The Center for Japanese Studies is pleased to announce Pecha Kucha IV coming October 26 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 alongside 20 Powerpoint slides that are shown for 20 seconds each. The talks are intended to strike a balance between work and play. Pecha Kucha at CJS is a popular event where CJS graduate students and faculty gather in a relaxed atmosphere. The community is welcome too.
We have six individuals giving Pecha Kucha talks this semester: Dr. Patricia Steinhoff, Graduate Chair of the Department of Sociology; Dr. Mire Koikari, Professor of Women’s Studies; Dr. Hirohisa Saito, Associate Professor of Sociology; Ms. Camille Mori, MA Student in Religion; Mr. Daniel Allen, MA Student in Asian Studies; Mr. Mattias van Ommen, MA Student in Anthropology.
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