[Postponed] EFEO Kyoto: Between Faith and Knowledge (Shugendo/Edo period)

[Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we have decided to postpone the next "Salon" talk to the end of April. Please check our websites (EFEO or ISEAS) for any information about the academic events we organize in Kyoto. Our apologies for the inconvenience.]

 

EVENT: Japanese Studies Conference at Tohoku University

Dear List Members,

Apologies for cross-posting. Tohoku University’s Society for Japanese Studies (Nihongaku Kenkyukai) would like to invite you to its first conference, focusing on religion and gender in Japanese literature. It will take place in Sendai on February 21 (Fri.), 2020. The event will be in Japanese, and all are welcome to participate.

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日本学研究会(東北大学)・第一回学術大会
大会テーマ「文学におけるジェンダーと宗教」

Feb. 21 (Fri.) 10:00-17:30

10:00-10:15 Opening Remarks

CONFERENCE> Religion and Gender in Japanese Literature (Tohoku University)

Dear List Members,

Apologies for cross-posting. Tohoku University’s Society for Japanese Studies (Nihongaku Kenkyukai) would like to invite you to its first conference, focusing on religion and gender in Japanese literature. It will take place in Sendai on February 21 (Fri.), 2020. The event will be in Japanese, and all are welcome to participate.

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日本学研究会(東北大学)・第一回学術大会
大会テーマ「文学におけるジェンダーと宗教」

Feb. 21 (Fri.) 10:00-17:30

10:00-10:15 Opening Remarks

CFP: The Daoist Studies Unit of the AAR Annual Meetings in Boston, MA, November 21–24, 2020

The Daoist Studies Unit invites proposals for individual papers and paper sessions concerning any aspects of Daoism regardless of time period, geographical area, or methodological and theoretical approach. For the 2020 AAR Annual Meeting in Boston, we welcome proposals for 90-minute paper sessions (3-4 papers, a presider, and a respondent), roundtable, as well as individual papers. The deadline for submission is Monday, March 2 at 5pm EST.

New Publication - Journal of Religion in Japan 8.1-3 special issue on secularities in Japan

Dear Colleagues,

Our apologies for cross-posting.

We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Religion in Japan (JRJ) 8.1-3 has been published in December 2019 and is now available. Please see: https://brill.com/view/journals/jrj/8/1-3/jrj.8.issue-1-3.xml

 

With our best regards,

The Editors

Elisabetta Porcu and James Mark Shields

 

Journal of Religion in Japan 8.1-3 (2019) - Special issue "Secularities in Japan"

 

New publication - Journal of Religion in Japan 8.1-3 on secularities in Japan

Dear Colleagues,

Our apologies for cross-posting.

We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Religion in Japan (JRJ) 8.1-3 has been published in December 2019 and is now available. Please see: https://brill.com/view/journals/jrj/8/1-3/jrj.8.issue-1-3.xml

With our best regards,

The Editors

Elisabetta Porcu and James Mark Shields

 

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Journal of Religion in Japan 8.1-3 (2019) - special issue on Secularities in Japan

LECTURE: John Breen on the Reiwa Accession Rites (Tohoku Univ.)

Dear list members,

The Department of Global Japanese Studies at Tohoku University would like to invite you to the following lecture:

John Breen (Professor, Nichibunken)
"What are (Japanese) Emperors for? Reflections on the Reiwa Accession"

January 31, 2020 (16:30-18:00)
Tohoku University, Kawauchi Kita Campus
Grad. School of Intl. Cultural Studies, r.101
(41 Kawauchi, Aoba, Sendai, 980-8576, Japan)

'Wayward Shrines and Temples: ethnographic rhizomes in Asia and beyond', EASA Conference, Lisbon, 21st-24th July 2020

Your network editor has reposted this from H-Announce. The byline reflects the original authorship.

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
December 4, 2019 to January 20, 2020
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