Announcing the "Disability and Japan in the Digital Age" Program - Podcast Episodes and First Lecture

Dear colleagues,

This is to announce the launching of a new project - "Disability and Japan in the Digital Age" - being run through the Anthropological Institute, Nanzan University. 

The project includes Asian Ethnology Podcast episodes and lectures. A publication is also being planned. 

Podcast Episodes

In this episode of Asian Ethnology Podcast convenor Mark Bookman (University of Pennsylvania) discusses the project.

Re: Public Lecture: "Disaster, Disability, and Design in Japan: Reflections on Accessibility from 3/11 to COVID-19"

To the editor: Thanks so much for updating that link - not sure what went wrong there.

Jami, thanks for your interest in the event. I hope you are able to get to the page and sign up. Spaces are limited.

Ben

Re: Public Lecture: "Disaster, Disability, and Design in Japan: Reflections on Accessibility from 3/11 to COVID-19"

Hi, I'm trying to click on the link and it's not working. Would love to attend this event.

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Ed. note: This should work: http://rci.nanzan-u.ac.jp/jinruiken/activities/information/019504.html _ML

Public Lecture: "Disaster, Disability, and Design in Japan: Reflections on Accessibility from 3/11 to COVID-19"

Crosspost from H-Asia

 

Discussion published by Benjamin Dorman on Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Dear Colleagues, 

The Anthropological Institute, Nanzan University, presents its first public lecture of 2020 on July 31 at 5pm (JST) featuring Mark Bookman

Disaster, Disability, and Design in Japan: Reflections on Accessibility from 3/11 to COVID-19

Public Lecture: "Disaster, Disability, and Design in Japan: Reflections on Accessibility from 3/11 to COVID-19"

Dear Colleagues, 

The Anthropological Institute, Nanzan University, presents its first public lecture of 2020 on July 31 at 5pm (JST) featuring Mark Bookman

Disaster, Disability, and Design in Japan: Reflections on Accessibility from 3/11 to COVID-19

The lecture will be in English with consecutive Japanese translation.

For details and registration, please click this link.

Kind regards,

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