On February 17, Visiting Professor Michaela Kelly hosted Dr. Manami Yasui (International Research Center for Japanese Studies) to present a lunch lecture entitled “Images of the Fetus in Pre-modern and Modern Japan: Exploring the perception and understanding of childbirth and the woman’s body.” Students were treated to cutting-edge research on visual anthropology and gender studies in Japan. The talk was co-sponsored by Asian Studies, History and WGSS. See here for more information:


Yasui lectures