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Involuntary Travelers in the Nineteenth Century Japan : the Stories of two Daughters

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Le CRCAO, L’École pratique des hautes études et l’Université Paris-Diderot organisent

Jeudi 19 mai 2016 de 17h à 19h

Salle 481C (Grands Moulins) Aile C

Université Paris Diderot

[marron]Conférence de Bettina GRAMLICH-OKA[/marron]
Professeur à l’Université Sophia
Co-éditrice de la revue Monumenta Nipponica

The lecture will introduce two women whose lives on first sight had not much in common but their place of birth (Edo) and gender. One was the daughter of a physician and the other the daughter of a high-ranking lord. Yet both women shared a similar lot. Tadano Makuzu (1763-1825) and Naito Shigeko (1800–1880) had to leave behind a familiar life for their involuntary travels to unknown destinations. The lecture will describe how these two women dealt with drastic changes in their lives.

*Bettina Gramlich-Oka est l’auteur de Thinking Like A Man : Tadano Makuzu, Leiden, NL : Brill (2006) et co-éditrice avec Gregory Smits de Economic Thought in Early Modern Japan. Leiden : Brill (2010)

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