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Recent Content

“Tell the Prime Minister” at the AAS Film Expo at the AAS Conference in Toronto by Eiji Oguma

A Book with DVD of my film “Tell the Prime Minister”, a documentary film on anti-nuclear energy movement in Tokyo after Fukushima disaster, was published on March 3rd.  The DVD is available with English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese, and Korean subtitles. The book includes my diary in 2011-2012, some essays, and the text of the English-language speech I gave at University of Chicago that explains the social/historic background of this movement.

Official website with a trailer

RARE FILM FOOTAGE DIGITISED FROM THE BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE NATIONAL ARCHIVE

SOCIALISM ON FILM: “SEE THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD”

View the world through a communist lens – rare film footage from the twentieth century forms a new unrivalled collection enabling comparative global research: Socialism on Film: The Cold War and International Propaganda.

AAS Toronto Attendees: Learn About Grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and Meet with an NEH Program Officer

Are you interested in grants from NEH to support your work? Meet with an NEH program officer at the AAS Conference in Toronto.

Program officers from the NEH (National Endowment for the Humanities) will be available to advise prospective applicants for NEH grants at the Association for Asian Studies meeting in Toronto, March 16-19, 2017.

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