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The following ad has been posted to the H-Net Jobs list, however, since it does not specifically mention any region, you may not have noticed it in looking for openings related to Japan, China or other parts of Asia.
I would like to strongly encourage historians with a Japan focus to apply if their work touches on related subjects.
Position: Environmental History
Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor
The speaker for the October meeting of the Kyoto Asian Studies Group is Lawrence Marceau, who will present “Aesop and His Fables in Early Modern Japan: Exploring the Isopo monogatari emaki Scrolls” (see abstract below).
The lecture will be held on Monday, October 19th from 6:00-8:00 in Room 212 of the Fusokan on the Doshisha University Campus (see link below for access information).
The editorial board of Ebisu- Etudes japonaises, the journal of Japanese Studies published by the French Research Institute on Japan (UMIFRE 19) at the Maison franco-japonaise, is pleased to announce a call for papers for its 54th issue (2017): "Intellectuals in Postwar Japan".