"Foodways and Social Sustainability" on Nov. 18th at Sophia University, James Farrer and Chuanfei Wang
Sophia University Institute of Comparative Culture invites you to a special lecture
Foodways and Social Sustainability"
James Farrer and Chuanfei Wang
Nov. 18, 2022 (Fri)
11:00 – 13:00 (JST)
Hybrid (F2F and on Zoom)
DIJ Study Group on April 6, 2022 ‘The Visible College of Urbanists’: Imagining Tokyo as a World City
You are cordially invited to our next session of our DIJ History & Humanities Study Group organized by Barbara Geilhorn
‘The Visible College of Urbanists’: Imagining Tokyo as a World City
for further info see here: https://www.dijtokyo.org/event/the-visible-college-of-urbanists-imagining-tokyo-as-a-world...
The Ethics of Affect: Lines and Life in a Tokyo Neighborhood, by Patrick W. Galbraith
I'd like to bring to the attention of this list this very facinating new book by one of the leaders in popular culture studies.
In paper or for digital download--link below.
The Ethics of Affect: Lines and Life in a Tokyo Neighborhood