Public Lecture: Art and Dissent in Cold War Japan by Professor Namiko Kunimoto

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Painting of Cold war struggle
April 10, 2019
4:00PM - 6:00PM
Location
Thompson Library 165

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Add to Calendar 2019-04-10 16:00:00 2019-04-10 18:00:00 Public Lecture: Art and Dissent in Cold War Japan by Professor Namiko Kunimoto
 
An examination of Nakamura's oeuvre shows how he negotiated the shifting political spectrum of the Cold War through a gendered lens that constructed the male body as a site of labor, struggle, and active movement. 
 
In conjunction with the current exhibition Creative Responses to the Cold War, this lecture will culminate with a  brief tour and Q&A with exhibit co-curator and Japanese Studies Librarian Ann Marie Davis in the Thompson Gallery (Room 125).
 
Free to the public
Thompson Library 165 Asian American Studies aas@osu.edu America/New_York public
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An examination of Nakamura's oeuvre shows how he negotiated the shifting political spectrum of the Cold War through a gendered lens that constructed the male body as a site of labor, struggle, and active movement. 
 
In conjunction with the current exhibition Creative Responses to the Cold War, this lecture will culminate with a  brief tour and Q&A with exhibit co-curator and Japanese Studies Librarian Ann Marie Davis in the Thompson Gallery (Room 125).
 
Free to the public