I would like to organize an online roundtable as a late-breaking session for AAS 2022 on the impact of Japan's border controls on Japanese Studies, a field whose "death" has repeatedly been called into question in roundtables at AAS over the past few years.
We are a group of the Japan Foundation’s fellows affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and the current Japan’s travel ban. If you are the Foundation’s fellow who have made it into Japan, is waiting, or has given up, please contact Dr. Tatiana Linkhoeva email@example.com
We want to send a letter to the Japan Foundation with our requests for clearer communication and more support, and we need your signatures.
We are pleased to announce the publication of the latest speical issue of China Information (Volume 35, Number 3, November 2021): https://journals.sagepub.com/toc/cina/current.
Special issue on COVID-19
Guest editor: Jeroen de Kloet
COVID-19 in China: Imagination and deep mediatization
Jeroen de Kloet
kindly allow me to alert you to the next lecture in the migration series currently under way at LMU Japan Center:
“COVID, Migration, and Nationalism in Japan”
Numerous articles of interest were published this week, including:
kindly allow me to alert you to the next lecture in the migration series currently under way at LMU Japan-Center:
"COVID-19 Health Certification Reduces Outgroup Bias: Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment in Japan"
Monday, 22 November 2021, 11am-noon CET / 7pm-8pm JST via Zoom