A Symposium on the Creative Legacies of Internal Conflict
in Japan and the United States

March 29-April 10

Atsumori Japanese Art imageMarch 29 
"Dramatic Repercussions: Civil War Influences and Elements of Noh Theatre" 
Professor Matthew R. Dubroff and cast members of Atsumori
4-5:30 pm, Johns Auditorium

April 3
"Houses Divided: On the Arts of Civil War" 
Professors Eric Dinmore, Caroline Emmons, and Abigail Horne
4-5:30 pm, Crawley Forum

April 5
"Atsumori, Yoshitsune, and Samurai Ideal(s)"
Professor Mark Ravina (Emory University)
4-5:30 pm, Crawley Forum

April 5-7, 12-13
Atsumori, a noh play
by Zeami Motokiyo & adapted to English by Matthew R. Dubroff 
8 pm, Johns Auditorium

April 8
Gettysburg, a noh play by Elizabeth Dowd
performed by Theatre Nohgaku, with presentations by Elizabeth Dowd and Professor Ronald Heinemann
8 pm, Johns Auditorium

April 10
"Noh Leadership"
a discussion with master noh performer Matsui Akira
4-5:30 pm, Johns Auditorium

April 12-13
Atsumori, a noh play
by Zeami Motokiyo & adapted to English by Matthew R. Dubroff 
8 pm, Johns Auditorium

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SPONSORED BY

The Lectures and Programs Committee
The Department of Fine Arts
The Department of History
The Department of English
The Wilson Center for Leadership in the Public Interest
The Dean of the Faculty of Hampden-Sydney College
The Provost of Hampden-Sydney College
The Core Cultures Program
The Honors Council
The Japan Foundation New York