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Japan Research Centre

SOAS MA Dissertation Workshop in Japanese Studies

THIS EVENT IS ARCHIVED

Date: 21 February 2014Time: 9:00 AM

Finishes: 21 February 2014Time: 6:00 PM

Venue: 21/22 Russell SquareRoom: T102

Type of Event: Workshop

Programme
TimeDescription
9:00-9:15Arrival & Coffee
9:15-9:55Andreas Koyama, The Visit of Pope John Paul II to Japan in 1981 and the Peace Discourse in Postwar Japan
9:55-10:35Bruce Grover, The Greater Japan Muslim League and the exploration of a Pan-Asian identity in the Japanese empire
10:35-10:50Break
10:50-11:30Michiko Suzuki, Japanese Red Cross Society Atomic Bombing Relief Activities in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1945
11:30-12:10Christiane Banse, Buddhist Charity Work in Japan – Its Establishment, Development and Reflection in Modern Japan in a Transcultural Perspective
12:10-13:10Lunch
13:10-13:50Till Weber Understandings of History in Avantgarde Films around 1970
13:50-14:30Lucy Searles, Images of Epidemics and Disease in late Tokugawa Japan
14:30-14:45Break
14:45-15:25Kumi Nakamura, The Nation Empire and Tourism during the imperial period in Japan
15:25-16:05Tarik Merida, Afro-American Perceptions of Japan and Japanese Perceptions of Afro-Americans in the First Decades of the Twentieth Century
16:05-16:20Break
16:20-17:00Emily Chapman, Gender and Family in Postwar Japan
Evening Programme
19:00-20:30SOAS Annual Tsuda Lecture (Khalili Lecture Theatre) with Andrew Gordon

Convened by Dr Christopher Gerteis

Admission

This is a closed event. 

Organiser: Centres & Programmes Office

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