“Attack on Titan” Topic for April 4 Event

Dr. Kae Hashimoto Reed and Attack on Titan
Dr. Kae Hashimoto Reed poses for a photograph with an advertisement for "Attack on Titan," which will be the topic for her April 4 lecture at Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center.

Dr. Kae Hashimoto Reed will host volume four in her continuing Manga Talk series at Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center room 300A at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 4.

The focus of the presentation will be “Attack on Titan,” which is a a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama. The series has also become an anime television series.

“The conversation will contain no spoilers of the current anime season,” said Reed.

Admission to Reed’s April 4 talk is free and open to the public.

Hashimoto’s Manga Talk series provides the ATU community with an opportunity to participate in a discussion about Japanese culture, history, art, religion and tourism through manga and anime.

“The goals of the events are to increase knowledge of manga and anime watchers while enjoying their favorite stories, to foster grassroots advocacy of Japan in the community and to promote the world language program at ATU,” said Hashimoto.