The seminar's members, representing the full range of academic disciplines that bear upon the study of Japan and including Japan specialists from government, business, and the nonprofit sectors, meet regularly to discuss scholarly papers on all aspects of modern Japan, from history, literature, art, and the performing arts to politics, economics, social issues, and the US-Japan bilateral relationship.

Seminar: #445

Founded: 1960

May 20, 2008

Outgoing and incoming rapporteur

Nate Shokey will leave for Japan in the fall. We wish him a productive year!
Until then he is busy editing the

first issue of "Proceedings" of the Seminar.
Daniel Poch, also a graduate student in
Japanese literature, will replace Nate in the fall.