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Lecture at TCJS in Kyoto: "Monsters in Our Midst: Kyôto Tengu in Medieval Japanese Fiction" (09 Nov. 2018)

Dear list-members,
Please allow me to announce an upcoming public lecture at Tuebingen University's Center for Japanese Studies (TCJS) in Kyoto:

Prof. Keller Kimbrough
Monsters in Our Midst: Kyôto Tengu in Medieval Japanese Fiction

Time: 09 November 2018 (Friday),   16:30 - 18:00
Place: Doshisha University's Imadegawa-Campus,
           Ryôshinkan,  Room RY305

Japan and the World Graduate Scholarships At the University of Cambridge

Dear colleagues,

Please share this information with anyone who may be interested in studying an MPhil or PhD in Japanese Studies at the University of Cambridge.

The Japanese Studies Subject Group at the University of Cambridge is delighted to announce that once again we are able to offer several Japan and the World Graduate Scholarships for full or partial funding for students beginning the PhD or MPhil course in 2019/20.