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CWRU Japanese Minor Jeanna Lopez (’21) to participate in CMA Desktop Dialogues

Storytelling in Japanese Art Wednesday, March 3, 12:00 p.m. EST  How do you “read” an image? Join Andrew Cappetta, curator Sinéad Vilbar, and CMA intern Jeanna Lopez for a close examination of an illustrated handscroll of the family drama The Saltmaker’s Story (Bunshō Zōshi). Vilbar and Lopez reveal the meaning of important narrative...

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New course for Spring 2021!

Love and Loss: Reading The Tale of Genji JAPN (JAPANESE) 337/WLIT (World Literature) 337 Instructor: Beth M. Carter Open to undergraduate students Murasaki Shikibu's The Tale of Genji (c. 1000 CE), the great Japanese classic often referred to as "the world's first novel," has been praised by countless readers and scholars since it was first circulated...

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