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Okinawan Art in its Regional Context   JPsupported

This two-day conference will address the socio-cultural complexities of Okinawan identity over the course of history, and explore the intersection between art, politics, and identity from an interdisciplinary perspective. The object of the conference and its ensuing studies is to shed light on how Okinawan arts and cultures have been shaped by internal political situations and by a triple subjugation to the United States, Japan, and China.

In this conference, we will bring together a unique selection of scholars in art history, history, politics, sociology, and visual arts, primarily to identify historical and political processes behind art and cultural forms.

To view the full poster for this event, please click here.


Date: 10 October 2019 - 11 October 2019
Venue:

University of East Anglia 
Norwich Research Park
Norwich
NW4 7TJ


For more information about attending this event, please visit the UEA website

This event has received funding through the Japan Foundation London Local Grant Programme (Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange). If you would like to know more about the programme, please click here

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