I will be giving a talk on the subject of translation entitled, “Translating Japanese History – For Love, Not Money -” in June, later this year.
For details, please see the following IJET website page.
If you are interested in the field of translation, I can highly recommend attending this event.
I wish I could stay for the whole thing, but I will only be able to attend to give my own talk.
I hope to see you there though, if you can make it.
I’m happy to announce that I got married at the end of February, and hence I plan to use a different name on publications etc in future; that is, Eleanor Robinson-Yamaguchi.
It may take some time to get used to being a Mrs!
My husband and I exchanged wedding rings on the bridge in the garden of the Yokiso House.
Just a quick heads up about a very cool event I will be involved in on November 16th (this coming Saturday)!
If you are in Kyoto on that day, pop over to the city hall and Zest. There’s lots going on this year to celebrate the life of Ryoma at the Kyoto Bakumatsu Festival!
I will be chatting with fellow Bakumatsu scholars from 1pm.