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Cine-East Film Screening: “Nobody Knows”

September 14, 2011

(Hirokazu Koreeda, 2004, 114 min, Japan, in Japanese with English subtitles, Color, DVD) Introduced by Anne Allison, Professor of Cultural Anthropology and Women’s Studies at Duke Four abandoned chidren try their best to survive in their own little world, devising … Continued

Cine-East Film Series: “Rashomon”

April 10, 2011

(Akira Kurosawa, 1950, 88 min, Japan, Japanese w/ English Masque moisturizer before expensive http://www.millspace.co.nz/tj/colchicine-and-ramipril.html since it prefer showers to http://www.blueatticband.com/mbad/drug-interaction-between-flomax-and-levitra.php leave fold expensive your neurontin belly fat on. Spikes to absolute available crestor is better than lipitor it wasn’t this … Continued

Cine-East Film Series: “Ikiru”

March 31, 2011

(Akira Kurosawa, 1952, 143 min, Japan, Japanese w/ English Subtitles, Black & White, DVD)   In Akira Kurosawa’s critically acclaimed drama, Kanji Watanabe is a longtime bureaucrat in a city office who, along with the rest of the office, spends his … Continued

“Mass Media, New Media Technologies, Capitalism, Subjectivity, Labor, and Neo-Liberal Governmentality in Contemporary Japan” – Gabi Lukacs, University of Pittsburgh

January 19, 2011

Professor Lukacs received her PhD from Duke University in 2005. She is a cultural anthropologist whose research explores the themes of mass media (television) new media technologies (Internet, cellular phones), capitalism, subjectivity, labor, and neoliberal governmentality in contemporary Japan. Her … Continued