Talk: War, Languages, and Un/intended Consequences: from Diderot to after WWII
November 1, 2017 @ 3:00 PM
Series: Treasures at UH Manoa Hamilton Library
Sponsored by the College of Arts & Humanities, and Thomas Hale Hamilton Library
This is the second talk in the “Treasures” series. Join our colloquia for a wide-ranging discussion on Hamilton Library’s unique collections!
Light refreshments will be served.
About the Talk
There are always consequences when different cultures interact. Sometimes things go as planned but often not as expected. Using publications and records that we take for granted, namely, dictionaries and unpublished materials, the second colloquium of the Treasures at UH Hamilton Library attempts to shed light and new perspectives on cultural interactions, using Asia as a case study. This event will be coordinated by Tokiko Bazzell, our Japan Studies Librarian, in partnership with other Asia Collection Department librarians and archivists at UH Hamilton Library.
About the Speakers
Tokiko Bazzell, Japan Studies Librarian, will host the event with presentations by Deborah Dunn, Rohayati Paseng, Patricia Polansky, Jude Yang, and Elena Clariza.