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- Body Like Withered Wood and Heart like Dead Ashes. Reconfiguring the Remains of Kamatari’s Statue at Tōnomine
Dr Benedetta Lomi (University of Bristol)
- Disciplining the reproductive bodies in Japan and beyond: Japanese family planning pilot projects in the 1950s-1960s
Dr Aya Homei (University of Manchester)
- Can robotics-aided care be person-centred? Talk & Film Screening 'Circuits of Care: Ageing and Japan's Robot Revolution'
Prof Naonori Kodate (University College Dublin) and Prof David Prendergast (Maynooth University)
- Reviving the Spirit of Traditional Japanese Culture through Education
Prof Masaya Iwasaki (Kogakkan University)
Masaya Iwasaki prepares to revive the traditional cultural spirit of Japan, as the Minister of Education of the future.