CONFERENCE: Literature after 3.11 Today, Paris, June 21-22

Forwarded to you on behalf of Professor Bayard-Sakai, with greetings from the EAJS Office.

 

 

Dear Colleagues,

 

Please find below and in attached file the programme of the international conference Literature after 3.11 Today, which will be held at INALCO (Paris), on June 21-22.

 

Best regards,

 

Anne Bayard-Sakai

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Professor (Department of Japanese Studies/Centre of Japanese Studies)

INALCO (French National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations)

Repetition and Recovery: The Limits of Reason in Post 3.11 Japan, Dr. Michael Fisch, Sophia U., May 22

Sophia University Institute of Comparative Culture Lecture Series 2017 organized by "3.11 as Crisis and Opportunity" Unit by David H. Slater
 
Repetition and Recovery: The Limits of Reason in Post 3.11 Japan

Einaudi Center Distinguished Speaker Series: Naoto Kan, "THE TRUTH ABOUT THE NUCLEAR DISASTER IN FUKUSHIMA AND THE FUTURE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY"

*********** UPCOMING EVENT ***********

Einaudi Center Distinguished Speaker Series

NAOTO KAN

Prime Minister of Japan, 2010-2011

"THE TRUTH ABOUT THE NUCLEAR DISASTER IN FUKUSHIMA AND THE FUTURE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY"

Tuesday, March 28, 2017, 5:00 p.m.

Statler Auditorium

Reception and book signing to follow in the foyer

Admission is free and open to the public

“Tell the Prime Minister” at the AAS Film Expo at the AAS Conference in Toronto by Eiji Oguma

A Book with DVD of my film “Tell the Prime Minister”, a documentary film on anti-nuclear energy movement in Tokyo after Fukushima disaster, was published on March 3rd.  The DVD is available with English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese, and Korean subtitles. The book includes my diary in 2011-2012, some essays, and the text of the English-language speech I gave at University of Chicago that explains the social/historic background of this movement.

Official website with a trailer

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