Literacy and Visual Cultures of Protest in Japan

East Asian Studies 215

Usual Description

An introduction to art and protest in Japan from mid-19th century to now, this course historicizes the engagements of literary and visual artists with civil society and social movements. What role did writers and filmmakers play in environmental movements centering on Minamata and Fukushima, antinuclear protest grounded in Hiroshima, and nationwide anti-Vietnam War, labor, and US military base protest? Theories of art and social change, feminism, and eco-criticism are lenses that inform our studies.

Areas of Interest
Japan
Japan
Time Periods

Post-1850

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
East Asian Studies 215 Taught by Ann Sherif
East Asian Studies 215 Taught by Ann Sherif