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Japanese Woodblock Prints

Course

Thirty-Six Views of One World Trade Center in Context: The Symbolic Power of Landscape

Catalogue Essay

Altered Skyline: Brenda Berkman’s Thirty-Six Views of One World Trade Center [Working Title]

Exhibition

Arts of Korea

Course

History of Photography

Course

Food as Contact Zone: Navigating the Encounter Between Ethnic Japanese and Indigenous Ainu in Golden Kamuy

Conference Presentation

Optical Consistency in Ainu Photography: Tracing Networks of Transnational Reproduction

Conference Presentation

Refashioning Meiji: An Introduction to Japanese Westernization in the Late Nineteenth Century

Guest Lecture

Arts of China

Course

History of World Architecture

Course

The Indigenous Shôjo: Transmedia Representations of Ainu Femininity in Japan’s Samurai Spirits, 1993–2019

Article

Irankarapte: An Introduction to Ainu Culture in Japan

Public Webinar

Arts of Japan

Course

Minority Visual Representation in Asia: St. Olaf College Independent Research

Wordpress

Analyzing Textiles with an Ainu Attush Robe

StorymapJS

Golden Kamuy and the Discourse of Ethnic Harmony: Defining a Multi-Ethnic Japan in Anime and Manga

Conference Presentation

Asia in America

Course

Nakoruru Mondai

The “Nakoruru Problem”: The Malleable Ainu Image in Samurai Shodown, 1993-2019

Conference Presentation

Indigenous Modernity Flyer

Indigenous Modernity in Hokkaido, Japan: the Complexities of Ainu Representation in Photography and Illustration

Public Lecture

The Texture of Crepe: The Role of Women in the Creation and Consumption of Japanese Crepe-Paper Books (chirimen-bon)

Essay

Nostalgia as Remedy: Modernity and Sentimentality in Japanese Woodblock Prints of the Meiji Era

Public Lecture

Comparative Itineraries: A Digital Humanities Approach to Understanding Authenticity in the Exploration of Hokkaido

Conference Presentation

Japanese Woodblock Prints @ St. Kate’s w/ MaryJane Eischen

Scalar 2

Nostalgic Femininity & From Flowers to Warriors: Japanese Woodblock Prints from the Archives & Special Collections

Catalogue Essay

Nostalgic Femininity: Japanese Woodblock Prints from the St. Catherine University Archives & Special Collections

Exhibition

From Flowers to Warriors: Japanese Woodblock Prints from the St. Catherine University Archives & Special Collections

Exhibition

The Cost of Precarity: Contingent Academic Labor in the Gig Economy (w/ Kristen Galvin)

Essay

The White Native Body in Asia: Woodcut Engraving and the Creation of Ainu Stereotypes

Conference Presentation

Western Women and the Poetry of Crepe-paper Books

Symposium Presentation

Generation Wipeout (w/ Kristen Galvin)

Essay

The Shôjo and the Indigenous Body: Representations of Ainu Woman in Japan’s Samurai Spirits, 1993-2008

Conference Presentation

Mapping Isabella Bird

Scalar 2

All Art is Propaganda: Visual and Scientific Perspectives on Persuasion

Course

The Reflective Woman: Scholars, Artists, Thinkers and Writers

Course

Vaguely Oriental: Engineering Asian Architecture in Fantasy MMORPGs

Conference Presentation

Buddhist Art & Architecture

Course

Art History: Ancient through Medieval

Course

Reproducing Alterity: Photography, Illustration, and the Maintenance of Ainu Stereotypes in Meiji and Taisho Japan

Conference Presentation

“Civilized” Men and “Superstitious” Women: Visualizing the Hokkaido Ainu in Isabella Bird’s Unbeaten Tracks, 1880

Chapter

What’s Your Sutori? Interactive Study Guides and Active Note-Taking

Guest Blog

Tracing Lines

Wordpress

Should You Pull?: Gachapon, Risk, and Reward in Mobile Gaming

Essay

Art History: Renaissance through Modern

Course

John Berger's Ways of Seeing, 1972

Ways of Seeing

Course

Chun-Li’s Qipao: Intersections of Gender, Race, and Fashion in Capcom’s Street Fighter II

Conference Presentation

The Texture of Crepe: Western Women and the Connoisseurship of Japanese Crepe Paper Books (chirimen-bon)

Symposium Presentation

Navigating Space and Place: Digital Cartography in the Classroom

Guest Blog

Mapping the Northern Frontier: Geo-Spatial Visualization and the Exploration of Indigenous Culture in Japan

Symposium Presentation

Global Japan: Art, Anime, & Visual Culture

Course

Fighting Stereotypes: Reimagining Gender and Race in Street Fighter II (1991) and Samurai Shodown (1993)

Conference Presentation

Recasting the Indigenous: Virtual Ainu Ambassadors in Japan’s Samurai Spirits, 1993-2008

Conference Presentation

Utagawa Kuniyoshi’s Takiyasha the Witch and the Skeleton Spectre

StorymapJS

Touring the Indigenous Village: Kondō Kōichiro’s Ainu Illustrations, 1917

Symposium Presentation

Utagawa Hiroshige’s Fifty-Three Stations of the Tōkaidō

StorymapJS

Visual Culture in Modern Japan

Course

Takashina Erika’s “Sea of Hybridization: In Dispute over Urashima” from The Sea Beyond

Translation

Japanese Civilization

Course

Ainu Fever: Indigenous Representation in a Transnational Visual Economy, 1868–1933

Dissertation

Traveling Hokkaido

ArcGIS

Constructing the Indigenous: Nineteenth-Century Circulation and Transformation of the Ainu

Symposium Presentation

An Itinerary of Hokkaido: Photo Postcards, Tourism, and Erasing the Indigenous Body

Conference Presentation

Professional Website

Wordpress

Untangling a “Hairy” Encounter: Ainu Representation at the World’s Fair

Symposium Presentation

Discovering Hokkaido: Postcards, Train Travel, and the Mapping of Tourist Space

Conference Presentation

Godzilla to Hello Kitty: Japanese Popular Culture

Godzilla to Hello Kitty: Japanese Popular Culture

Course

Exploring the Real Hokkaido: A.H. Savage Landor’s Travel Illustrations, 1893

Conference Presentation

“When My Clothes Came to an End I Did Without Them”: Going Native in Hokkaido, Japan

Conference Presentation

The Ainu Moses: Arnold Genthe’s 1908 Ainu Photography

Conference Presentation

Tamoto Kenzō’s Hokkaido: Power in Studio and Documentary Photography

Conference Presentation

Buddhist Art & Architecture

Course

At the Limits of Visibility: Noritaka Minami’s Past Won’t Pass (Catalog #52)

Essay

Teaching Assistant for Art History, Film & Media Studies, Asian American Studies

Course