The event was organized by the JET program in conjunction with the Japanese program and Baruch Japan Club.
The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program offers young professionals the opportunity to work in Japan as Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) or Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs). Since 1987, more than 70,000 JET Program participants from 75 countries have lived and worked in cities, towns, and villages throughout Japan. Join JET and become part of this exclusive network of like-minded international enthusiasts!To learn more, come and speak to a JET Program representative when they visit your campus!
Apply Now for the Spring 2023 Harman Class: “Storytelling in ilm”
Applications are now being accepted for next semester’s Harman class, “Storytelling in Film: Writing for Film and Television,” taught by Baruch alumnus and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Sam Pollard, the Harman Program’s 50th Writer-In-Residence who, in a nice bit of symmetry, returns to his alma mater fifty years after graduating. Applications are read and accepted on a first-come, first-served basis; we recommend students submit them before registration opens on October 31st.
If you’d like to see some of Pollard’s extraordinary work, his 2020 documentary MLK/FBI has been made available for the Baruch community through the Newman Library. Click here to log in and watch.
Sign-up Form for Fall 2022 “Drop-in” Virtual Study Abroad Advising Session
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Japan Society is excited to kick off its 2022-23 Performing Arts Season with a look at the inspirations and challenges behind Hanjo—a reality-bending opera written by acclaimed Japanese composer Toshio Hosokawa, based on one of Yukio Mishima’s Modern Noh Plays. In this in-person talk, Italian director Luca Veggetti and Catapult Opera founder (and Hanjo conductor) Neal Goren discuss the hopeless mad-love story portrayed in Mishima’s original script ahead of the opera’s North American premiere at NYU Skirball (Sept. 30 & Oct. 2).
The evening begins with an introduction to Yukio Mishima and his famous noh play by Prof. Satoko Naito and a pre-recorded interview with Hosokawa, culminating in a live singing of the opera’s centerpiece aria.
We wanted to let you know that we are offering FREE student tickets. Students can use the code STUFREE to redeem this offer on our ticketing site when adding a Non-Member ticket to their cart.
The Japanese Program and Baruch Japan Club will be co-hosting an event about Japanese culture and translation. For the 2nd “Translation Workshop,” we have invited DavidEvelyn, a translator of manga, light novels, and video games. The first half of the event introduces how he became interested in Japanese culture, including manga, and has built his career in the industry. The latter half of the workshop is devoted to a hands-on translation exercise in which participants translate actual passages taken from manga with the knowledge of tanka, a form of Japanese classic poetry.
The Japanese program in the Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature cordially invites you to join us for the film screening event of a Japanese film, Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Wife of a Spy, followed by Dr. Marie Thorsten’s talk.
1. Film Screening
Kiyoshi Kurosawa, dir. Wife of A Spy (2021)
The film can be watched by the following link with your Baruch ID.
Dr. Marie Thorsten will discuss two Japanese films Sea and Poison (Kumai Kei, 1986) and Wife of a Spy (Kurosawa Kiyoshi, 2021). Her lecture, entitled “Visual within Visual: Ethics of Viewing,” draws attention to the visual medium within the medium to bring focus to the act of viewing itself. This lecture is funded by the WSAS dean’s office (Global Lecture Series), organized by the Japanese Program at Baruch College. The flyer was made by Baruch Japan Club.
Date: March 11th, 2022 (Friday)
Time: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm during the class of “Film and Moving Image Culture in Japan” (open to the Baruch community)
Venue: on Zoom (Register for access to the Zoom link below)