The events draw a varied audience with an interest in the region.
All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated.
Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis.
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Please note that every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained on the website is as accurate as possible. We cannot guarantee, however, that subsequent changes have not been made. Please be advised to check information relating to scheduled events by using the contact information provided.
- Who's Sori Now? The afterlives of Japanese Prime Ministers
Professor Hugo Dobson (University of Sheffield)
- 60 years of the Japanese Women’s Association in Great Britain: Past, Present and Future
Dr Meri Arichi (SOAS, University of London)
- Wakashu as a Third Gender and Gender Ambiguity in the Edo Period
Prof Joshua Mostow (University of British Columbia)
- Late Development, Compressed Development and Employment: A Japan-China Comparison
Prof Hugh Whittaker (University of Oxford)
- What’s Queer about Postwar Manga?
Prof Sharalyn Orbaugh (University of British Columbia)
- Title TBC
Andrew Rozanov (Chatham House)
- Hearing Things and Possessing Selves: Natsume Sōseki’s Koto no sorane
Prof Michael K Bourdaghs (University of Chicago)
- Heike Heroes and Villains: Historical Narratives and Agency in Early Medieval Japan
Prof Mikael Adolphson (University of Cambridge)
- Japanese-style long-term recession - the future of the world?
Prof Richard Werner (University of Southampton)
- Countering Stereotypes about Japan: Examples from Academia and Business
Professor Bruce Aronson (Hitotsubashi University)