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03 Apr
Reading at the Crossroads: Literary Landscapes in Okinawa’s Black Pacific
Event Type

Lectures, Symposia, Etc., Readings

Topic

Arts & Culture, Humanities, Diversity

University Unit
Department of English
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Reading at the Crossroads: Literary Landscapes in Okinawa’s Black Pacific

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Work in Progress Series: "Reading at the Crossroads: Literary Landscapes in Okinawa’s Black Pacific” by Nozomi Saito, Ph.D. Candidate in Critical & Cultural Studies

Nozomi (Nakaganeku) Saito is a PhD Candidate in Critical & Cultural Studies at Pitt with a concentration in Literature. She is currently completing her dissertation “Aftermaths of Empires: Cold War Narratives in the Black Pacific.” In 2024 she will join the faculty of Amherst College as an Assistant Professor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Literature.

Monday, April 3 at 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Cathedral of Learning, 501
Fifth Ave at Bigelow, Pittsburgh, 15213

Reading at the Crossroads: Literary Landscapes in Okinawa’s Black Pacific

Work in Progress Series: "Reading at the Crossroads: Literary Landscapes in Okinawa’s Black Pacific” by Nozomi Saito, Ph.D. Candidate in Critical & Cultural Studies

Nozomi (Nakaganeku) Saito is a PhD Candidate in Critical & Cultural Studies at Pitt with a concentration in Literature. She is currently completing her dissertation “Aftermaths of Empires: Cold War Narratives in the Black Pacific.” In 2024 she will join the faculty of Amherst College as an Assistant Professor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Literature.

Monday, April 3 at 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Cathedral of Learning, 501
Fifth Ave at Bigelow, Pittsburgh, 15213

University Unit
Department of English

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