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Gentlemanly Masculinities: Visions of Family Reforms, Colonialism, and Gender in Taiwan under Japanese Rule

Center for Global Health Seminar

Monday, November 20, 2017 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

This lecture explores the formation of Taiwanese masculinities in the blurred boundaries of families and marriages under Japanese rule. Male Taiwanese elites played a vital role in discussing family issues in newspapers and professional journals in the 1920s through 1936. At the core of new visions of Taiwanese family and marriage was not only the woman question, but also the man question.

Speaker: Tadashi Ishikawa, PhD, Research Associate in Taiwan studies in the School of History, Philosophy, and Religion. He received a doctorate from the Department of East Asian Language and Civilizations at the University of Chicago.

Co-sponsors: Center for Global Heath, College of Public Health and Human Sciences; and the Chiu Program for Taiwan Studies, School of History, Philosophy and Religion.

Accommodations for disabilities may be made by
contacting 541.737.8560 or buenon@oregonstate.edu

Hallie Ford Center (campus map)
Chunhuei Chi, MPH, Sc.D.
chunhuei.chi at oregonstate.edu
Center for Global Health - College of Public Health and Human Sciences - Oregon State University
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