2022-23 POSTGRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS IN JAPANESE STUDIES AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY

  • REISCHAUER INSTITUTE POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN JAPANESE STUDIES

The Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies (RIJS) at Harvard University will offer several Postdoctoral Fellowships in Japanese Studies to recent PhD graduates of exceptional promise, to provide the opportunity to turn dissertations into publishable manuscripts and to continue research in Japanese studies.

Negotiating spaces: Mid-1990s queer, female fan culture and the popularization of Japanese popular music in German-speaking European countries — IAPMS online workshop vol.10

We are pleased to host the Inter-Asia Popular Music Studies Group (IAPMS) Online Workshop vol.10. To participate in this online event, please register by filling out the form with your name and email address. The event information (with Zoom link) will be sent to your email two day before and a reminder will be sent to you one hour before the event.

 

Date: 11th November (Thu)

Time: 20:00-22:00 (Korea/Japan) / 19:00-21:00 pm (China) / 12:00-14:00 pm (Germany/Austria)

Venue: ZOOM

 

[WEBINAR] Xenophobic Nation?: The Politics Behind Japan’s Notoriously Strict Refugee Policy

Xenophobic Nation?: The Politics Behind Japan’s Notoriously Strict Refugee Policy

Colloquium: Center for Japanese Studies | October 26 | 2 p.m. |  Online - Zoom Webinar

Speaker: Nicholas A. R. Fraser, John A. Sproul Research Fellow, UC Berkeley

Panelist/Discussant: John Lie, Professor, UC Berkeley

Sponsor: Center for Japanese Studies (CJS)

[WEBINAR] Xenophobic Nation?: The Politics Behind Japan’s Notoriously Strict Refugee Policy

Xenophobic Nation?: The Politics Behind Japan’s Notoriously Strict Refugee Policy

Colloquium: Center for Japanese Studies | October 26 | 2 p.m. |  Online - Zoom Webinar

Speaker: Nicholas A. R. Fraser, John A. Sproul Research Fellow, UC Berkeley

Panelist/Discussant: John Lie, Professor, UC Berkeley

Sponsor: Center for Japanese Studies (CJS)

CFP: The Chinese Military History Society 2022 meeting

CALL FOR PAPERS 

 

The Chinese Military History Society will hold its 2022 conference in Fort Worth, Texas on Thursday, April 28. This year's conference will have no particular theme; proposals may address any topic in Chinese military history, broadly defined. Papers may deal with any historical period from antiquity to the present, and proposals on subjects related to the military history of other East Asian countries will be considered as well. 

 

Join us online for "Maiko Masquerade: Crafting Geisha Girlhood in Japan"

The USF Center for Asia Pacific Studies welcomes Prof. Jan Bardsley (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) for a discussion of Kyoto’s maiko (apprentice geisha) and the competing messages about girlhood in Japan revealed in the stories by and about her.

Book Talk: Maiko Masquerade: Crafting Geisha Girlhood in Japan

Thursday, September 23, 2021, 5:15 -6:30 PM PT, Online, Zoom

Jan Bardsley, Professor Emerita, Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

"Soft Power in Taiwan and Japan: Contesting Visions of Culture and Democracy", a hybrid u:eastasia lecture by Nissim Otmazgin.

Dear colleagues interested in Japan and/or Taiwan,

the Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Vienna would like to draw your attention to the upcoming u:eastasia lecture:

Nissim Otmazgin
„Soft Power in Taiwan and Japan: Contesting Visions of Culture and Democracy“

Date and time: Tuesday 2021-09-21, 16:00~17:30 (CEST, UTC/GMT +2h)
The Zoom Meeting will open from 15:45 (CEST).

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