This year's Senior Thesis Colloquium was a great success. Undergraduate students presented their research and preliminary conclusions on a broad spectrum of topics. They used varied methods to approach research questions surrounding gender, politics, labor rights, international relations, and literature.The colloquium was well attended by students and faculty alike, and each presentation produced a spirited back and forth about the intricacies and implications of the theses.
This year’s Tazuko Ajiro Monane and Noma-Reischauer Awards Ceremony, an annual tradition co-hosted by Harvard’s Japanese Language Program and the Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, honored a record number of students for achievements in Japanese language and humanities. The ceremony brought together an audience of over fifty attendees last Friday to celebrate the five 2016-2017 prize winners, all of whom demonstrated exceptional skill in areas ranging from conversational Japanese to translation of medieval Japanese texts to a cultural reading of femininity in Japanese Read more about 2016-17 Tazuko Ajiro Monane and Noma-Reischauer Prizes Awarded