The Critical East Asian Humanities Reading Group C21 Collaboratory and the Japanese Program are proud to host the spring 2020 meeting of the Midwest Japan Seminar.
The Midwest Japan Seminar is an association of scholars who devote a significant portion of their effort to Japan Studies. The Seminar meets five times a year at various host institutions throughout the Midwest, once in conjunction with the Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs (MCAA ).
We meet on Saturday afternoons for four hours and a dinner in the evening. Typically, we invite two scholars to present the results of their current research. The papers are sent out prior to the seminar, providing the opportunity for in-depth discussion and feedback.
Graduate students with an interest in Japan are particularly welcome to attend.
See the MJS Facebook page for registration and information on other meetings.