Kyoko Omori
Kyoko Omori, associate professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures (Japanese), delivered an in-person talk titled “The Audacity of Radio: Democracy, Censorship, and the Political Satire of Miki Toriro in Occupied Japan” at Colgate University on March 7.

The talk examined the politics of media stardom in occupied Japan by reviewing the early career of Miki Toriro (1914-94), arguably the most popular radio star in the immediate post-WW II years.

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