EAS 310

Empire to Nation: 20th Century Japanese Fiction and Film

Atsuko Ueda

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This course will examine modern Japanese fiction and film that engaged with Japan’s shift from “empire” to “nation” (roughly from 1930s to 1960s) with a specific focus on identity formation via race, ethnicity, and nationalism.

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