February 6, 2012
“Japanese Photographs, Art Display Cultural Importance”
Gennifer Weisenfeld, Associate Professor of Art, Art History and Visual Studies at Duke, spoke at the University of Texas – Austin about her research on the earthquake that struck Tokyo in 1923 and the resulting depictions in Japanese artwork and mass media. UT-Austin’s newspaper, the Daily Texan, interviewed Professor Weisenfeld to learn more about her work on “Imaging Disaster: Tokyo and the Visual Culture of Japan’s Great Earthquake of 1923”.
Weisenfeld’s book, also entitled “Imaging Disaster: Tokyo and the Visual Culture of Japan’s Great Earthquake of 1923”, will be
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