Professor Judith Pascoe (George Mills Harper Professor of English, Florida State University) will speak on "Wuthering Heights, World Literature, and Japanese Child Readers" at the University of Tokyo on 6th February.
Professor Pascoe's talk will explore the continued popularity of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights in Japan, engaging with broader questions of reception history, the construction of childhood, cross-cultural exchange and the globalisation of literature.
Location: University of Tokyo (Hongo Campus), Department of English Language and Literature, 5th floor of the graduate school of humanities and sociology (Building 3, room 3508).
Time: 5pm - 6.30pm.
Talk is open to all with no pre-registration required.
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