Jonathan M Hall
Fri Sep 19 16:32:24 EDT 2008
I will only repeat the sentiments of others, but they warrant
repetition. Keiko's passing is truly a sad moment for us and for our
field. I always felt her infectious enthusiasm, her willingness to
cause trouble, and of course, those glasses! I can remember her
coming up to me after a conference talk once, saying "I could see you
agreeing with me." She knew how to plant her love for her work in
the hearts of others.
On 15 Sep 2008, at 19:08, Inouye, Charles Shiro wrote:
> Keiko McDonald
> Beloved colleague and friend, Keiko McDonald passed away
> Sunday morning, September 14, 2008. The day before, she was
> fishing with her husband Charles at Yellow Creek. She slipped, hit
> her head, and fell into the water. Keiko loved whatever she did.
> She loved to write, to teach, and to fish.
> Professor McDonald was a leading authority on
> Japanese cinema. The day before her accident, she finished guest
> editing a volume for Postscript. We will miss her.
> Charles Shiro Inouye
> Tufts University
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