Welcome to H-Japan, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences Online. H-Japan is an international, nonpartisan digital network. It provides scholars, graduate students and professionals a free daily forum to discuss Japanese history, culture, religion, and society, including contemporary political, diplomatic, security, and economic issues.
H-Japan members may be interested in the current special issue of the journal Japan Forum, entitled 'Children, Education, and Media in Japan and Its Empire'. It focuses on the 1900-1945 period, and includes analysis of how Japanese schools made patriotism both disciplinary and attractive; comparisons of the different views of the world presented to Japanese and Taiwanese children in their textbooks; analysis of the images of Others ('South Seas' peoples and Chinese) in the magazine Shounen Kurabu; and comparisons of adventure stories in Japanese and Korean children's magazines.
Earlham College invites applications for a director of Japan-related programs. Earlham is one of the nation's leading liberal arts colleges dedicated to furthering education and scholarship about Japan. The Director of Japan Programs is responsible for administering Earlham’s study abroad programs in Japan (Japan Study and Japan SICE) and other duties related to Japan-related program development and outreach. This is a full-time position on a three-year renewable contract. Salary is commensurate with qualifications. This position will start in late summer 2016.
AJLS 2016 at Penn State