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Uchimura Kanzō’s “Consolations”

Sep 19, 2016 No Comments by

One of the texts I am working through for my dissertation is Uchimura Kanzō’s Consolations of a Christian. It has never  been translated into English before, outside of the two chapters I have translated recently (and a few bits here and there by John Howes and others.) One of the things I have discovered is just how […]

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Update and new He Qi Interview

Jan 27, 2010 No Comments by

I’ve been investing my non-work cycles in preparing for my Japanese Popular Culture class at UMSL. We are currently discussing Roland Kelts’ Japanamerica. I know, I know…the below is still not Japanese popular culture, but I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. He Qi! At least it’s contemporary Asian culture! Tweet

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Indiginization

Sep 25, 2009 No Comments by

Ok…so while I am getting ready to discuss post-modern Japanese societal trends in the Otaku world next week, I have another project that has also captured my imagination. I’ve been helping prepare the He Qi exhibit coming to Saint Louis at Concordia Seminary in mid-October. Since it’s to be housed in the Concordia Historical Institute, […]

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