A Wild Haruki Chase: Sapporo Program


A Wild Haruki Chase: How the World Is Reading and Translating Murakami


Sapporo Program

Along with Tokyo and Kobe programs, in Hokkaido, which is deeply associated with Murakami's works such as "A Wild Sheep Chase", we are going to organize a symposium inviting translators from Poland, Russia, USA and Taiwan and critics from Japan. The venue is Hokkaido University, which is located in Sapporo.

Date:
Wednesday, March 29, 2006, 14:00-16:30
Venue:
Hokkaido University Access
Moderator:
Tetsuo Mochizuki (Professor, Hokkaido University)
Panelists:

Anna Zellinska-Elliot (Poland)
Dmitory Kovalenin (Russia)
Jay Rubin (USA)
Lai Ming-Chu (Taiwan)
Mitsuyoshi Numano (Professor, University of Tokyo)
Shozo Fujii (Professor, University of Tokyo)

Schedule:
13:30~             Open Gate
14:00~16:00    Panel Discussion
16:00~16:30    Q&A
Language:
Japanese
Organized by:

The Japan Foundation and Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University

Entry:
Free
How to Join:
200 Participants (First Come First served basis)
Inquiries:
Ms. Kiyomi Mouri (Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University)
Tel: 011-706-4809 E-mail

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