Sharon Kinsella, June 25th 2020, 06:30 p.m. JST

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You are cordially invited to a joint DIJ Humanities and Social Science Study Group on
Thursday, June 25th 2020, 06:30 p.m. JST (Zoom Meeting open from 06:15 p.m.(JST), max. 100 participants)
Cute   Masculinity - Investigating the Meaning of Virtual Shōjo and Girl   Parody by Young Men in the 2010s

Online-Lecture: From Fenollosa to kokubungaku: Aesthetics and the birth of the utsukushii Nihon - Arthur Mitteau (Thursday 25.06.2020)

Dear H-Japan List Members,

the dean of the Faculty of Philological and Cultural Studies, the Department of East Asian Studies – Japanese Studies at University of Vienna and the Austria-Japan Study Group for Humanities, Social Sciences and Art cordially invite you to the online lecture:

The "Rebirth" of Japanese Studies (final submissions online)

Dear all,

It is with great pleasure and appreciation for our participants that I announce both the final round of comments and my closing remarks for The "Rebirth" of Japanese Studies virtual roundtable are now uploaded online. This roundtable has been an incredible opportunity to discuss the future of Japanese Studies with a wide variety of people in the field.

FEATURED JOB: Project Specialist (Fixed-term Project Academic and Administrative Staff), The University of Tokyo, Tokyo College

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Online Lecture: From The Portapak to The Aniputer: Experimentation and Exchange in Early Japanese Video Art [Wednesday, June 24, 7:30 PM EDT]

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Dear H-Japan Members,

On Wednesday, June 24, please join us for an online lecture presented by the Japan Foundation, Toronto. 

Online-Lecture: Locating Heisei in Japanese Film: The Historical Imagination of the Lost Decades - Marc Yamada (Thursday 18.06.2020)

Dear H-Japan List Members,

the dean of the Faculty of Philological and Cultural Studies, the Department of East Asian Studies – Japanese Studies at University of Vienna and the Austria-Japan Study Group for Humanities, Social Sciences and Art cordially invite you to the online lecture:

Marc Yamada
“Locating Heisei in Japanese Film: The Historical Imagination of the Lost Decades“

Reminder: MJHW (Online Meeting) on Conservatism and National Identity - Friday, June 12th

Please join us for the next meeting of the Modern Japan History Workshop on Friday, June 12th at 6 pm JST.  Our presenter this month will be Karin Narita (Queen Mary University of London), who will present her work on conservatism and national identity (details below).

This month’s session will be held online through ZOOM, and can be accessed using the following sign-in information:

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