Public Lecture: “Are Visions of the Future a Thing of the Past in Japanese Science Fiction Anime and Manga?”
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"Other People's History: Some Reflections on the Historian's Vocation"
Thursday 17 December 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Dear colleagues in Kansai,
Please consider attending this stimulating talk organized by ISEAS and EFEO and held at the Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University (see detailed information below).
As always, Kyoto Lectures are free and open to all.
(Binghamton University SUNY)
École Francaise d’Extrême-Orient EFEO
Scuola Italiana di Studi sull'Asia Orientale ISEAS
(European Consortium for Asian Field Study, ECAF)
You are cordially invited to the next meeting of the DIJ Social Science Study Group on 9 December (Wed) at 6:30 PM at the DIJ (for directions please see http://www.dijtokyo.org/access). All are welcome to attend, but registration (firstname.lastname@example.org) is appreciated.
Tobias Weiss (U Zurich/DIJ) will give a presentation on
Framing and networks in Japanese nuclear power reporting
From 17-21 July 2016, the IPHS (International Planning History Society) will hold its 17th bi-annual conference in Delft on the topic of: History Urbanism Resilience.
The website for the IPHS conference is now open to accept proposals for papers, sessions, as well as roundtable discussions. Please go to: http://iphs2016.org/?page_id=640