STIP Nov 27, 2001

NEH Summer Institute; USC June 16 - July 20, 2002

Peter Nosco

NEH Summer Institute for College Teachers on "Modernity, Early Modernity
and Post-Modernity in Japan"--Applications are invited from college or
university teachers in the US for an NEH Summer Institute to spend five
weeks (June 16-July 20, 2002) at the University of Southern California
examining the concepts of modernity, early modernity and post-modernity as
they have been applied to the study of Japan. The Institute will explore
the extent to which these concepts, widely used in discussions of Europe
and North America, are applicable to an East Asian setting. The Institute
will also discuss early modernity, modernism and post-modernism as these
have been applied to the study of Japanese art history. Institute faculty
include Profs. Gordon Berger (USC), Mary Elizabeth Berry (UC Berkeley),
David Bialock (USC), Michael Bourdaghs (UCLA), Helen Hardacre (Harvard),
Hosea Hirata (Tufts), Carol Hui-Akiyama (Tokyo), Peter Nosco (USC--Project
Director), Jonathan Reynolds (USC), Stephen Toulmin (USC), and Juliann
Wolfgram (CSU Northridge). Participants will receive stipends of $3250
which they are expected to apply toward their travel expenses to and from
USC, their books and other research expenses, and their living expenses
for the duration of the period spent in residence. For further
information, conditions of participation and application materials, please
contact Ms. Athena Perrakis, Project Coordinator, 226a Taper Hall,
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0357 (tel 213
740-3707, email perrakisusc.edu). For considerable additional
information, you are also invited to visit the web site:
http://www.usc.edu/dept/LAS/ealc/NEHsummer.html. The application deadline
is March 1, 2002.

Reference:
STIP: NEH Summer Institute; USC June 16 - July 20, 2002. In: ArtHist.net, Nov 27, 2001 (accessed May 21, 2024), <https://arthist.net/archive/24702>.

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