NCTA Master Teacher Series Workshop: “From Our Classrooms to Yours”
PICTURE THIS: Traveling Through Time With Japanese Art and Manga
Date: Saturday, October 10, 2020
Tōkaidō Resource Guide (Summary of website)
Upcoming Virtual Professional Development Opportunities:
- Oct 15 (7-9pm EDT) Michigan State presents:
Asia for Your Classroom: World History, Current Events, and Asian Studies
MCAA 2020 Outreach Flyer Registration
- Oct 29 (6-7:30pm EDT) Oberlin College presents:
Perspectives in East Asian Art interactive presentation of the Allen Memorial Art Museum East Asian art collection.
Details and Registration
- Nov 4 (6-7:30pm EDT) The Ohio State University presents:
THE FOUR IMMIGRANTS MANGA PRESENTED BY FREDERIK L. SCHODT:
HOW A JAPANESE FINE ARTIST LEAPT ACROSS CULTURES WITH A COMIC BOOK IN 1931
Details and registration
- Nov 16 (7-9pm EST) NCTA presents:
From Our Classrooms to Yours: “Tibetan Buddhism in the Social Studies Classroom”
Stephanie Rizas. Details and Registration.
- Dec 9 (6-8pm EST) NCTA presents:
From Our Classrooms to Yours: “Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress”
Michele Beauchamp. Details and Registration.
Primary Source Materials:
- English Dairy:
Starr, Frederick, 1858-1933. The American On the Tokaido : a Diary =: O-satsu Hakase Mita Tōkaidō. Tokyo: Dai Nihon Tosho, 51917.
Written in 1917, available online in public domain
- Japanese Dairy:
Jippensha, Ikku, 1765-1831, and 1765-1831 十返舎一九. Tōkaidō Hizakurige. Tōkyō: Usagiya, 181885.
Available online in public domain
- Collection of Materials at Princeton University
Includes prints, stories, maps, board games
Japanese and English, available online
Tokaido Panoramic Map
- Sketchbook of Utagawa Hiroshige:
Article (Japan Times)
What comes before manga: https://youtu.be/S6TqPfIeL38