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"Japan and Japanese America: Connections Across the Pacific Rim"

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"Japan and Japanese America: Connections Across the Pacific Rim"
DATE: Saturday, October 10, 2009
TIME: 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM
PLACE: David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, University of California Berkeley
FORMAT: Conference
SPONSORS: Center for Japanese Studies, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, UC Berkeley Asian American Studies Program, San Francisco Consulate General of Japan, National Japanese American Historical Society

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Morning Session 9:00 AM-11:45 AM Goldman Theater

9:00 AM Opening Remarks

9:15-10:30 AM Keynote Lecture II:

Gary Okihiro, Columbia University

"Rethinking Subjects: 'Japan' and 'America' “


10:30-11:45 AM Panel Session I: History

Eiichiro Azuma, University of Pennsylvania

“Issei Antiracism and Japan’s World War I Diplomacy: The Fickleness and Perils at Immigration Homeland Political Partnership”

Lon Kurashige, University of Southern California

“Japanese Immigrants and the Opposition to White Supremacy in the U.S.”

Respondent: Greg Robinson, University of Quebec



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Noon Session 11:45 AM - 1:45 PM 2nd Floor

11:45 AM-12:45 PM Luncheon Outdoor Terrace

12:45 -1:45 PM Luncheon Lecture Tamalpais Room

Glen S. Fukushima, CEO, Airbus Japan and former President, ACCJ

"Adventures of a Japanese American Positioned Between the U.S. and Japan"



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Afternoon Session 2:00 PM - 5:30 PM Goldman Theater

2:00 -3:30 PM Panel Session II: Literature

Yoshitaka Hibi, Nagoya University

"The Flow of Books and Japanese (Language) Literature"

Teruko Kumei, Shirayuri College

“Immigrant Senryu Clubs and Japan, 1930s -1950s”

Kyoko Nozaki, Kyoto Sangyo University

"Internment and Identity Shift: Through Transnational War Memory"

Respondent: Andrew Leong, UC Berkeley


3:30 - 3:45 PM Coffee Break


3:45 - 5:15 PM Panel Session III: Religion

Mark Mullins, Sophia University

“Kagawa Toyohiko and the Japanese Christian Impact on American Society”

Akihiro Yamakura, Tenri University

“Transnational Context of the Wartime Internment of Tenrikyo Ministers in America

Duncan Williams, UC Berkeley

"Faith within Barbed Wire: Issei Buddhism and the Wartime Incarceration”

Respondent: Jane Iwamura, University of Southern California

5:15 -5:30 PM Closing Remarks

http://ieas.berkeley.edu/events/2009.10.10.html