Survey: Yanai Initiative / Japan Past & Present Global Scholars Directory

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Dear colleagues,

 

On behalf of Japan Past & Present (JPP), a collaborative project of UCLA and Waseda University, we write to share a survey gathering input for a proposed global scholars directory/profile platform.  JPP, currently under development, will serve as a centralized digital hub for interdisciplinary and international research in Japanese humanities, bringing together wide-ranging resources and facilitating communication among scholars from around the world.

 

Announcing the Texas Oral History Locator Database (TOLD)!

 

A new statewide initiative of the Texas Oral History Association (TOHA) and the Baylor University Institute for Oral History (BUIOH) seeks to create a publicly-accessible listing of all known oral history collections in Texas thanks to a new project called the Texas Oral History Locator Database, or TOLD. 

 

Anti-Precarity and Anti-Casualisation Research - Invitation to Participate

Anti-Precarity Research Project by EASA and PrecAnthro - apologies for any cross-posting!

Greetings H-Net labour scholars in these dark and difficult times. As we struggle as academics working in increasingly difficult situations, EASA and PrecAnthro would like to invite you to participate in a utopian anti-precarity research project that builds on their recent research.

Anti-Precarity and Anti-Casualisation Research - Invitation to Participate

Anti-Precarity Research Project by EASA and PrecAnthro - apologies for any cross-posting!

Greetings H-Net human rights scholars in these dark and difficult times. As we struggle as academics working in increasingly difficult situations, EASA and PrecAnthro would like to invite you to participate in a utopian anti-precarity research project that builds on their recent research.

Japan Past & Present - survey for users of Japanese sources in translation

Dear colleagues,

As a part of the Japan Past & Present initiative, we are designing a comprehensive, up-to-date database of primary sources in translation related to Japan. This database of resources will serve interdisciplinary and international researchers, collaborators, literary professionals, students, and anyone interested in Japanese sources. As such, it will be multilingual beyond English and Japanese.

Please help us out by letting us know your ISA attendance plans!

Dear All,

The Executive Committee of the Human Rights section must make a final decision soon regarding our co-sponsored reception and business meeting. So, we are asking members to weigh-in, to allow us to gauge attendance for in-person events at the conference. Please respond to this brief survey, by Feb. 6 -- apologies for the short timeline!

Link to the survey: https://forms.gle/pVDRFFufkJvWTtuq8.

We ask that you only fill out the survey if you're on the program for the conference, please.

Thank you.

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