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25
Apr

Noguchi and Hasegawa Together Again

Opening on May 1, 2019 at The Noguchi Museum, Changing and Unchanging Things: Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar Japan is a major traveling exhibition tracing the consequential friendship and mutual influence between …

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07
Mar

Trump’s Ballyhoo, and Ours

This guest post is published in conjunction with the annual conference of the Society for Cinema & Media Studies, taking place in Seattle on March 13–17, 2019. By Giorgio Bertellini, author of The Divo and …

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20
Dec

Who needs a filmography anyway?

Written by Rob King, author of Hokum!: The Early Sound Slapstick Short and Depression-Era Mass Culture, this entry first appeared on the new companion site for the book and is cross-posted here …

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23
Oct

A Q&A with Luminos Author Shenila Khoja-Moolji

At UC Press, open access—the free, immediate, unrestricted, online access to peer-reviewed research and scholarly work—is central to our mission. In celebration of 2018 International Open Access Week (October 22-28), we are …

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23
May

A Fluid Practice

This post is written by Jim Logan and originally appeared on the website for the UC Santa Barbara Current. This post is published in conjunction with the Latin American Studies Association congress in Barcelona. …

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13
Apr

Are Children Ruling the World Yet?

This guest post is published around the Association for Asian Studies conference in Washington D.C., occurring March 22-25, 2018. #AAS2018 by Sabine Frühstück, author of Child’s Play: Multi-Sensory Histories of Children and Childhood in Japan …

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