EASC-affiliated faculty and students to present at 2019 AAS Conference

February 12, 2019
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The 2019 Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Conference will be held in Denver, CO from March 21-24, 2019. The following EASC faculty and graduate students will present at the conference.

2019 Association for Asian Studies Conference

“Traces of the Cold War: Forming Postwar Art Histories in East Asia”
Julia F. Andrews, The Ohio State University

“The Fifth Moon and Ton Fon Groups in the late 1950s and 1960s: Abstraction as an International Language”
Julia F. Andrews, The Ohio State University
 
“Socialism, Modernity and Ethnic Representation in Literary Text: The Construction of Chinese Minority Literature after 1949”
Mark Bender, The Ohio State University
 
“’When the Stars and Moon are Alive’: Configuring Burao Yilu's Poetic Vision”
Mark Bender, The Ohio State University
 
“Between Land and Water: Wetlands, Technology, and Society in Pre- Industrial Asia”
Philip Brown, The Ohio State University
 
“Immersive Learning and the Humanities: Experiencing Japanese Religions, in Japan and Elsewhere”
Melissa Curley, The Ohio State University
 
“Literature from China’s Borderlands: Conforming and Resisting the State”
Mario De Grandis, The Ohio State University
 
“The Geography of Narrative: Representations of Place in Post-Socialist Hui Literature”
Mario De Grandis, The Ohio State University
 
“Histories of Literary Information in China, Part 1: Search and Retrieval”
Kirk Denton, The Ohio State University
 
“National Literature and Local Identities: Literature Museums and Archives in the PRC and Taiwan”
Kirk Denton, The Ohio State University
 
“Words at Work: The Instrumentality of Literature in Early Medieval China (196-589)”
Meow Hui Goh, The Ohio State University
 
“Constructing “Self” in East Asian Languages and Cultures: Negotiating the Third Space”
Xiaobin Jian, The Ohio State University
 
“New Methods in Critical Photography in Cold War and Contemporary South Korea”
Pil Ho Kim, The Ohio State University
 
“A Thousand Visages: Human Faciality in the Aging Society of the Twenty-First- Century South Korea”
Pil Ho Kim, The Ohio State University
 
“The Dignity of Labour: Interrogating Representations of Work”
Yifan Li, The Ohio State University
 
“Representing Female Sales Associates in Post-Mao Propaganda Posters”
Yifan Li, The Ohio State University
 
“Constructing “Self” in East Asian Languages and Cultures: Negotiating the Third Space”
Mari Noda and Hiromi Tobaru, The Ohio State University
 
“Negotiating the Third Space as New Residents in Japan: Evidence from Half a Century’s Winning Performances in the International Japanese Speech Contest” 
Mari Noda, The Ohio State University
 
“Transparent Bodies: Encountering Ishiuchi Miyako’s ひろしま/Hiroshima as Object”
Alice Phan, The Ohio State University
 
“Art & Authority in Northeast Asia”
Alice Phan, The Ohio State University
 
“Toward a New Industrial History of Maoist China: Factories and Regional Industrialism”
Christopher Reed, The Ohio State University
 
“Queer Renditions: From Late Imperial China to Contemporary Sinophone World”
Patricia Sieber, The Ohio State University
 
“American Study Abroad Students’ Struggles in Developing a Relationship- Building Persona to Construct Third Space”
Hiromi Tobaru, The Ohio State University
 
“A Green Belt and Road? Environmental Aspects of Chinese Outbound Investment, Part II”
Max Woodworth, The Ohio State University
 
“A “Green” Belt and Road or Carbon Grab?”
Max Woodworth, The Ohio State University
 
“The Sixth Relationship: Representations of Mentor-Disciple Relationships in Late Imperial China”
Ying Zhang, The Ohio State University
 
“Spirituality of the Shi-Sheng Relationship in the Ming Literati World”
Ying Zhang, The Ohio State University