Correspondence: Hitotsubashi Journal of Arts and Literature is an annual peer-reviewed journal created as a platform to facilitate dialogue among graduate students and teachers. The journal is supported by the Graduate School of Language and Society of Hitotsubashi University.
Correspondence issue #05 “Translation as Practice” has been published. In this issue, along with the three articles, we feature the journal’s editorial members’ long “conversation” with Prof. Richard Calichman (from the City College of New York) and the review of his book. All articles are available in HERMES-IR (Hitotsubashi University Repository). Please click the “BACK … Continue reading THE 5TH ISSUE OF OUR JOURNAL HAS BEEN PUBLISHED
This event will begin at 2:00 pm on September 29. Its aim is to re-examine the representation of “post-war” in arts and literature. As a speaking guest, we will invite Professor Max Saunders (King’s College London), who is an expert on Modernism and Life-Writing and known as the author of Self Impression: Life-Writing, Autobiografiction, and … Continue reading One-Day Forum “Post-War Imagination and Narrative of History”
Correspondence Reimagining Class and Labor Graduate Workshop with Kevin Floyd (Kent State University) September 20, 2017 15:00-17:30 Seminar Room 2, 4th Floor LS/CGE Building, Hitotsubashi University
Saturday, September 23, 2017 – 15:00-17:00 Lecture Room, 4th Floor LS/CGE Building, Hitotsubashi University（一橋大学 国際研究館４階 大教室） Kevin Floyd Associate Professor, Kent State University “Feminized Labor in a Biotechnological Age” Kevin Floyd is Associate Professor at Kent State University, teaching critical theory, gender studies, queer studies, and twentieth-century American literature and culture. His The Reification of … Continue reading A Lecture by Kevin Floyd