H-US-Japan is an edited, international, nonpartisan network that provides scholars, graduate students, politicians, journalists, policy-makers, researchers, professionals, and others a free daily forum to discuss US-Japan relations in the context of economic, security, political, and diplomatic issues. The primary purpose for H-US-Japan is to enable researchers of US-Japan relations to exchange opinions about the significance of current affairs and historical events of Japan-US relations in depth, to discuss new articles, books, papers, approaches, methods and tools of analysis, and to test new ideas and share comments and tips on teaching.

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H-US-Japan: Looking for discussants: international studies seminar in Osaka (15 April 2016)

H-US-Japan

9 April 2016

from Yone Sugita (sugita@lang.osaka-u.ac.jp)

Subject: Looking for discussants: international studies seminar in Osaka (15 April 2016)

International Studies Seminar at Osaka University

Date: 15 April 2016 (Friday)

Venue: Academic Exchange Room, Minoh Campus, Osaka University (3rd Floor of Building E)

http://www.osaka-u.ac.jp/en/access/index.html#minoh (access map: Minoh Campus)

H-US-Japan: Symposium, "New Directions in Japanese Art and Architecture after 3/11," Japan Society, March 11, 2016

H-US-Japan

5 March 2016

 

Please join us for Japan Society's upcoming symposium New Directions in Japanese Art & Architecture after 3/11, held in conjunction with the opening of our spring exhibition, In the Wake: Japanese Photographers Respond to 3/11 (March 11-June 12, 2016).

H-US-Japan: CFP: Reminder: "The Reconstruction of East Asia, 1945-65", Cambridge University, UK, 9-12 December 2016

H-US-Japan

 

Dear Colleagues,

With apologies for crossposting, this is a gentle reminder that the CFP deadline for this conference is less than two weeks away. Please find the full announcement below. Please contact Dr. Barak Kushner, the Principal Investigator of the Project and organizer of the conference with any questions about the Conference: bk284@cam.ac.uk.

 

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