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Thanks to all at the University of Findlay and all of the webinar participants.

My friend and colleague, Mark Bookman, a Ph.D. Candidate in East Asian Languages and Civilizations at the University of Pennsylvania, also zoomed in to the presentation. He is close to finishing his dissertation on the history and politics of disability in Japanese and global contexts. Mark is an expert on the kinds of things I was talking about in Part Two of my lecture. He gave me some valuable feedback and I want to share it with the participants.

Click here to download Mark’s comments.

Again, I really appreciate Mark’s feedback. It is this kind of collaboration and dialogue (and frankly, good anthropology) that is important and valuable.

I welcome more feedback from anyone who is willing.

For more of this kind of collaboration and research, check out the Asian Ethnology “Disability and Japan in the Digital Age.”

https://asianethnology.org/page/podcastbookmanseries

Transcript available here:

https://asianethnology.org/storage/pagefile/Transcript%20(Mark%20Bookman%20-%20Disability%20and%20Japan%20in%20the%20Digital%20Age%20series%20introduction).pdf

You can also check out Mark Bookman’s work here:

https://bookmanresearch.com/

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