Special Session at the Association for Asian Studies, 28 March 2015

The Society for the Study of Japanese Religion is very pleased to announce an interdisciplinary roundtable. The roundtable pairs specialists in Japanese religions with other scholars who focus on history, gender studies, and anthropology. Each pair will explore key methodological/conceptual issues before the discussion is opened up to the audience.

Our discussants:
Shelon Garon (Princeton University) and Sarah Thal (University of Wisconsin-Madison) - history
Monika Dix (Saginaw Valley State University) and Laura Miller (University of Missouri- St. Louis) - gender
Allison Alexy (UVA) and Scott Schnell (University of Iowa) - anthropology

We will be at the Sheraton in the Huron room from 1:00 to 2:30 on Saturday, March 28.