Kyoko Omori

Kyoko Omori, associate professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures (Japanese), was busy fulfilling three roles at the recent MLA (Modern Language Association) annual conference in Seattle.

First, she was part of a roundtable discussion titled “Digital Humanities in Japan and Korea Studies: Approaches and Challenges.” She also organized and presided over a panel, “At the Borders of the Human in Japanese Literature and Culture Since 1900.” Fianlly, she attended an executive committee meeting as an executive forum member of the “Language, Literature, and Culture: Japanese since 1900.”

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