Nation-Work: How Tea Became Japanese with Dr. Kristin Surak

Narrative, Performance, and “Premodern” Forms: Ishimure Michiko’s Contemporary Noh Play Okinomiya and its Costuming by Shimura Fukumi

Treaty Porters, or, How Do You Solve a Problem like Charlie?

Tea and Transformation in Medieval Japanese Folklore: The Legend of Sōtan Inari and the Tsukumogami “Tool Spirits”

Kirei Sabi and the World of Enshu Sadō: An Afternoon of Traditional Japanese Tea Culture with Kobori Sojitsu, Grand Master

Reclaiming the Traumatic Past in Public Memory: Contended Sites of Ethical Witness and South Korea’s Jeju 4.3 Massacres by State Violence with Dr. Nan Kim

More-Than-Human Democracy: On the Political Lives of Gods, Rivers, Trees, and Animals in India’s Central Himalaya by Dr. Radhika Govindrajan

The Dead and Maimed: A Postscript to Jallianwalla Bagh and the Punjab Disturbances by Hardeep Dhillon