BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20131209T000000Z DTEND:20131209T000000Z DESCRIPTION:<strong>Reader</strong>: Gayle K. Sato (Professor\, Meiji Unive rsity)\n\n<strong>Language</strong>: English (without Japanese interpretat ion)\n<strong>Admission</strong>: IHJ Members &amp\; Library Members: Free \, non-members: 500 yen\n\nKaren Tei Yamashita\, a third-generation Japane se American born and raised in California\, studied at Waseda University a s an exchange student in 1971. From 1975 to 1984\, she lived in S&atilde\; o Paulo to research the history of Japanese immigration to Brazil. Her wor ks focus on the necessity of multicultural communities and the destabilizi ng of orthodox notions of national borders and ethnic identity. In this se ssion\, Gayle K. Sato\, who specializes in Asian American literature\, wil l read from Yamashita&rsquo\;s third novel\, Tropic of Orange (1997)\, and talk about how a Japanese American point of view places Japan in relation ship with the United States.\nKaren Tei Yamashita will be present.\n\nGayl e K. Sato\, Ph.D.\, is Professor of English at Meiji University\, Tokyo. S he is a co-author of <em>America Viewed from the Asian Periphery : 1850-19 50</em> (Sairyusha\, 2010) and co-editor of <em>Reading Japanese American Literature: Legacy of Three Generations</em> (Sogensha\, 1997). Her articl es and essays have appeared in <em>Amerasia Journal</em>\, <em>Inter-Asia Cultural Studies</em>\, <em>The Japanese Journal of American Studies</em>\ , <em>MELUS</em>\, and <em>Paradoxa</em>.\n\n<a href="https://www.i-house."><span style="color: #2d4 abe\;">Visit the website to register &gt\;&gt\;\n</a> DTSTAMP:20230607T064812Z SUMMARY:[Reading about Japan at I-House Library] Gayle K. Sato reads Tropic of Orange by Karen Tei Yamashita URL:/en/events/2013/12/09/reading-about-japan-at-i-house-library-gayle-k/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR