lectures +eventsJ KEITH VINCENT
February 13, 5:00pm
Florida State University
Lecture in Japanese: “Shiki, for me, Now”
At a symposium organized by the Matsuyama Shiki Society, Matsuyama Dai-ichi Hotel
Newhouse Center for the Humanities
“A Queer Friendship at the Origins of Modern Japanese Literature: Shiki, Sōseki, Haiku, and the Novel.”
The Annual Grant K. Goodman Distinguished Lecture in Japanese Studies
Kansas University Center for East Asian Studies.
Parlors, Kansas Union, 5:30 pm
“Aids and Queer Theory in 1990s Japan” ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives. University of Southern California
Sōseki and Dostoevsky, Worlds of the Brothers Karamazov Symposium, Boston University.
Queer Transmissions: A Haiku Hauntology from Shiki to Sōseki, New York University Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality
Sōseki to Shiki: Haiku to hyōi [Soseki and Shiki: A Haiku Hauntology”, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
An Introduction to The Tale of Genji University of Oslo, Norway.
Queer Transmissions in Japan: A Haiku Hauntology, Boston University “Lectures in Criticism” series.
The Rebirth of the Author Panel Chair and Discussant. European Association of Japanese Studies. Lisbon, Portugal.
“What is this Poem Saying?” Thoughts on Building and Using a Collaborative Database of Translations of Poems in the Tale of Genji, Teaching with Technology Conference, Boston University.
Queering Translation with Murasaki Shikibu and Henry James, Keynote Address for the Japanese Section at the American Translators’ Association Conference, Washington DC.
Sōseki’s Haiku, And Then: Sōseki at 150, University of Chicago
Arufabetto no K [The Letter ‘K’] International Soseki Centennial Symposium. Ferris University, Yokohama, Japan.
Translating Queer Theory into Japanese Institut National de Langues et Civilisations Orientales. Paris.
Kuia Seorii to Hon’yaku [Queer Theory and Translation] Tsuda College, Tokyo. , 2016.
Shiki to Sōseki: Kuia na yūjō, haiku no hontorojii [Shiki and Sōseki: A Queer Friendship, a Haiku Hauntology] Inaugural Lecture of Queer Reading Research Group. Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto.
Where Haiku Begins: Masaoka Shiki and Social Media. Invited lecture in conjunction with Tawada Yōko’s Najita Lecture, University of Chicago.
Haiku and the Beginning of ‘Literature’ in Japan. Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA.
Dōjidaijin toshite no Mishima Yukio to Goa Bidaru [Mishima Yukio and Gore Vidal: Exact Contemporaries, International Mishima Symposium, Tokyo University.
The Survival of the Author: Ghosts and Nonhuman Actors in Natsume Sōseki and Henry James Middlebury College, VT.
Nihonbungku wo kuia seorī de yomu: Sōseki wo rei ni [Queer Reading and Japanese Literatur: The Case of Sōseki Keynote Lecture at “Kuia riron to Nihonbungaku [Queer Theory and Japanese Literature.” Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto Japan. Followed by on-stage dialogue with feminist sociologist Ueno Chizuko.