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SSRC Global Scholars Initiative: Invitation to Attend a Meeting of Journal Editors

The Social Science Research Council has launched a Global Scholars Initiative designed to strengthen the English-language writing skills of Asian scholars working in Asia and to increase their success in publishing articles in English-medium journals. With support from the Henry Luce Foundation, the SSRC is exploring ways to support English-language journals published in Asia as a part of this effort.

Looking for researchers (Japan study) (another funding project in Osaka)

Dear Colleagues:

 

I am looking for researchers (Japan study) who focus on Japanese healthcare or Japanese social security/social insurance in general. Osaka U. has another funding project for which I would like to apply. If successful, I can invite 1-3 scholars from abroad (anywhere in the world) for 1-2 week(s) stay in Osaka. If interested, please contact me with your CV.  

 

Best,

Yone Sugita

Osaka University

sugita@lang.osaka-u.ac.jp

Looking for collaborative researchers (Japan study) -- 1 month stay in Osaka

Dear Colleagues:

 

I am looking for collaborative researchers (Japan study) who have tenured positions at the following universities: Shanghai Jiao Tong University, University of Groningen, University College London, or University of California system. If our application is successful, Osaka U. will give us full funding to implement this project. I am now working impacts of AI on Japanese society, but as long as you work on Japanese studies (social sciences), we can make a team.   If interested, please contact me with you CV ASAP. 

 

Best,

Yone

TAP Review spring issue, Circulation, now online!

The spring 2019 issue of the Trans Asia Photography Review is now available online at tapreview.org. (You may need to refresh your browser to view the new contents.) This issue, titled “Circulation,” features the following articles, book reviews, and interviews:

CIRCULATION

Clare Harris, “Creating a Space for Performing Tibetan Identities: A Curatorial Commentary”

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