Symposium: The Makino Collection at Columbia: the Present and Future of an > Archive

Symposium Announcement
> Title:  The Makino Collection at Columbia: the Present and Future of  an
> Archive
> Date:  Friday, November 11th, 2011, 9:00am-5:45pm
> Location: 403 Kent Hall, Columbia University, with a reception
> following in the Reading Room of C.V. Starr East Asian Library
> Organizers: Paul Anderer, Jim Cheng, Hikari Hori, Beth Katzoff
>
> The first daylong symposium on the Makino Mamoru Collection on the
> History of East Asian Film will examine research in the field of
> Japanese film studies emerging from the rich holdings of the Makino
> Collection.  Renowned scholars in Japanese film studies will discuss
> their research and use of the Makino Collection, as well as potential
> future research opportunities it affords.  Scholars in Chinese and
> Korean film studies and from the Film Division in the School of the
> Arts will also discuss the cross-regional and global opportunities for
> research using the Makino Collection.
>
> Program:
> 9:00-9:50am
> Welcome and Opening Remarks
>
> Paul Anderer, Mack Professor of Humanities, Department of East Asian
> Languages and Cultures, Columbia University
>
> Jim Cheng, Director, C. V. Starr East Asian Library, Columbia University
>
> Beth Katzoff, Archival/Public Services Librarian, Makino Collection,
> C.V. Starr East Asian Library, Columbia University
>       “The Makino Collection at Columbia: an Archive in Process”
>
>
> 10:00-12:00pm
> Panel 1: The Makino Collection, Film Archives, and East Asian Cinema
>
> Weihong Bao, Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Languages
> and Culture, Columbia University
>       “The Introduction of Montage to China”
>
> Theodore Hughes, The Korea Foundation Associate Professor of Korean
> Studies in the Humanities, the Department of East Asian Languages and
> Culture, Columbia University
>       “Archive Phobia: Korean Cinema and its Colonial Pasts”
>
> Reiko Ikegawa, Adjunct Lecturer, Jissen Women’s University & Otsuma
> Women’s University
>       “Japanese Female Director Sakane Tazuko, the Manchurian Film
> Association, and Archival Materials for Japanese Colonial Films”
>
> Discussant – Jane Marie Gaines, Professor, School of the Arts ? Film
> Division, Columbia University
>
>
> 1:30-3:30pm
> Panel 2: The Makino Collection and Early Japanese Cinema
>
> Joanne Bernardi, Associate Professor, Modern Languages and Cultures
> Department, University of Rochester
>       “Destination Japan: The Personal Collection as Alternative Archive”
>
>
> Aaron Gerow, Associate Professor, Film Studies Program/East Asian
> Languages and Literatures, Yale University
>        “Makino Mamoru and Film Theory: The Case of Nakagawa Shigeaki”
>
> Atsuko Oya, Staff Member, Film and Information Section, The Museum of Kyoto
>       “Onoe Matsunosuke and Materials Related to the Film, Chushingura
> (The Royal Forty-seven Ronin) in the Makino Mamoru Collection”
>
> Discussant – Paul Anderer
>
>
> 3:45-5:30
> Panel 3: The Makino Collection and Documentary Film
>
> Abe Mark Nornes, Chair of the Department of Screen Arts & Culture and
> Professor in Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Michigan
>       “Paul Rotha/Paaru Routa and the Politics of Translation”
>
> Mika Tomita, Associate Professor, College of Image Arts and Sciences,
> Ritsumeikan University
>       “Aspects of Small-Gauge Film Culture in Prewar Japan”
>
> Discussant – Hikari Hori, Assistant Professor, Japanese Film and
> Visual Culture, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures,
> Columbia University
>
>
> 5:30-5:45
> Concluding Remarks
>
>
> 6:00-7:30
> Reception (Starr Library Reading Room)
>
> For more information, visit the Makino Collection webpage at:
> http://library.columbia.edu/indiv/eastasian/special_collections/makino_mamor
> u.html
>
> Please register for the Symposium by emailing Beth Katzoff
> (bsk9@columbia.edu) with your name and affiliation.
>
> The Symposium is sponsored by The Weatherhead East Asian Institute,
> the J.C.C. Fund, the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures,
> the C.V. Starr Foundation, C.V. Starr East Asian Library, the Donald
> Keene Center of Japanese Culture, and the School of the Arts’ Film
> Division.
>
> We hope to see you on November 11th.

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