The events draw a varied audience with an interest in the region.
All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated.
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- Conflicting and Complementary Demands after a Disaster: The Different Faces of Remembering the JL123 Crash
Dr Christopher Hood (Cardiff University)
- Ban Kōkei and the creation of eighteenth century Japanese prose
Dr Rebekah Clements
- Hokusai in the world, then and now
Dr Angus Lockyer (SOAS) & Dr Ryoko Matsuba (SOAS)
- The Rise and Fall of Modern Japanese Literature: The Fall
John Whittier Treat (Yale University)
- The Japanese Economy: An Unstable Equilibrium
John Plender (Financial Times)
- From Patients to Pros: The Paralympics and the Evolving Image of Disabled Athletes in Japan, 1964-2020
Dennis J. Frost (Kalamazoo College)
- Feeling the City: Contemporary Art and the Making of Critical Media Space
Professor Miryam Sas
- Rebellious Youth in the Global 1960s: Youth, Propaganda, and Political Violence
Dr Christopher Gerteis (SOAS University of London)