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- Visualizing the Fetus in Pre-modern and Modern Japan: Reading Illustrated Manuals, Magazines and Guidebooks for Pregnant Women
Prof Manami Yasui (Nichibunken)
An exploration into the transition of the image of the fetus from pre-modern Japan and modern Japan, based on various illustrations like ukiyo e, manuals for pregnancy and childbirth.
- Exploration of New Territory: Itō Hiromi’s Works after American Era
Prof Hideto Tsuboi (Nichibunken)
Prof Hideto Tsuboi's paper focuses on the development of her theory of ‘territory and boundary’, as seen in Itō Hiromi’s works written from the 1990s.
- Japan's Long Stagnation, Deflation, and Abenomics - Mechanisms and Lessons
Prof Kenji Aramaki (Tokyo Woman's Christian University & University of Tokyo)
Launch of Kenji Aramaki's new book on Japan's Long Stagnation, Deflation, and Abenomics - Mechanisms and Lessons.