On Writing of Spiritual Things, with guest Charles Shiro Inouye, Tufts University

April 18, 2022 00:56:39
On Writing of Spiritual Things, with guest Charles Shiro Inouye, Tufts University
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
On Writing of Spiritual Things, with guest Charles Shiro Inouye, Tufts University
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Show Notes

Matt engages today in conversation with Charles Shiro Inouye [Ee-No-Oo-Eh], Professor of Japanese Literature and Visual Culture at Tufts University, where he has served as both a department chair and dean of the colleges for undergraduate education. Charles is the author and editor of several important books in Japanese literature and culture. Last year, he […]

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