CAPS Project: Influences of Western Music as Affective Media on the Asia-Pacific Region: Academic Year 2018 Meeting #1

A Roundtable Session: Affective Media and Performance in Modern Japan: Reception, Transformation and Retransmission

Date and Time: Sunday, October 21 from 3pm through 6pm
Place: Middle Meeting Room No.2, on the 2nd floor of Building No. 10, at Seikei University

With a view to publishing our collection of articles, Affective Media and Performance in Modern Japan: Reception, Transformation and Retransmission in 2019, we’re holding a roundtable session. Each author will give a brief presentation of the chapter(s) he or she writes and answer the questions everyone else asks.

Timetable
15:00-15:20
Ayako Otomo, Western Art Music in Pre-Edo and Meiji Japan: Historical Reception, Cultural Change and Education
15:20-15:40
Henry Johnson, Western Musical Elements in Japanese Koto Music from the 19thto 21st Centuries: Sonic, Visual and Behavioral Spheres in a Context of Cultural Change
15:40-16:10
Barnaby Ralph, Black Intentions: Maki Ishii, Ryohei Hirose, Makoto Shinohara and the Japanese Avant-Garde & Juna’s Groove and Emi’s Beat: Women and Rock in Modern Japan
16:10-16:30
Kei Hibino, What Americans Learned in Scarlett(1970): The Mirroring Effect of Intercultural Collaboration
16:30-16:40
Break
16:40-17:00
Michael Pronko, The Flow of Jazz in Japan: Why Jazz Resonates So Far from Home
17:00-17:20
Yuki GenNaka, Like Some Cats from Japan: Masayoshi Sukita’s Photographs of David Bowie as Japan’s First Appearance in the History of Rock Music
17:40-18:00
Aya Sato, Manufacturing Identity: Femininity, Discourse and Representation in Japanese Popular Music

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