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Kokugakuin University is pleased to announce a call for applications to The Kokugakuin University Visiting Fellows Program for the academic year 2019-2020.
"Toward the promotion of international academic communication and cooperation, and in the interest of stimulating global research on Japanese society and culture, Kokugakuin University administers a Visiting Fellows Program to support qualified foreign researchers with fellowships as Kokugakuin University Visiting Fellows."
My name is Joshua Rogers and I will be helping facilitate the Modern Japan History Workshop this academic year.
A year has passed since the last MJHW, but we are hoping to host two workshops this fall and several more in the spring. The workshops will be held at the University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus instead of Waseda as in the past.
For those unfamiliar with the workshop, it has provided a place for scholars researching in Japan to present on their work for the last twenty years. Please see the link below for a list of previous talks given at the MJHW.
The speaker for the November meeting of the Kyoto Asian Studies Group is Naoki Yamamoto, who will present “Negation of the Negation: Tracking Documentary Theory in Japan” (see abstract below).