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Tatiana Sulovska



Current/Former HGSA Member

Contact Information

Email    sulovska at yahoo.co.uk
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Field of Study

Japan

Subfield

Postwar Japan

Research

Cultural production responding to the Japanese Red Army, with emphasis on film; attendant political thought: intellectual history relating to theorization of state violence, and political violence more broadly; art & dissent.

Degrees

University of California, Los Angeles; PhD Program Student, Department of History, Japan Field, September 2017 – present

University of California, Los Angeles; Master of Arts, East Asian Studies, 2017

Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY; Juris Doctor, International Law Honors Concentration, 2015

Matej Bel University, Faculty of Political Sciences and International Relations, Slovakia; Magister, International Relations and Diplomacy (Master’s degree equivalent) & National Exam, Political Science, German Language (Bachelor’s degree equivalent)

ADDITIONAL TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION

University of Ljublana, Faculty of Arts; "Fail Better!" Summer School on Philosophy, Marxian Theory, and Lacanian Psychoanalysis, with Slavoj Zizek, Alenka Zupancic, and Mladen Dolar; August 2019

Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies, Yokohama, Japan; 10-month Intensive Japanese Language Study Program, September 2018 – June 2019 & Summer Program, Japanese Language Study, June – August 2017

School of Japanese at Middlebury College, Vermont; Summer Immersion Language Program in Japanese, June – August 2018

UCLA Urban Humanities Initiative, Tokyo & Los Angeles; Graduate Certificate in Urban Humanities, August 2016 – June 2017

East China University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai, China; Exchange Student, Law, Fall 2014

Cuba Field Study Program, Hofstra Law, Havana; Comparative Family Law, April 2014

Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa, Italy; Introduction to International Commercial Dispute Resolution & Alternative Dispute Resolution in Information Society, May – June 2014