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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- Japan's post-war migration: topic, method, and research
Pedro Iacobelli (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
- Nostalgia, Soft Power and the Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme
Dr Sharleen Estampador Hughson (University of Sheffield)
- A reading of Saikaku’s Wankyū isse monogatari
Daniel Struve (University Paris-Diderot)
- Is Anime Really Popular in the World? An Alternative Way to Approach Anime’s Globalisation from the Case of a Trans-Asian Anime Business Project
Ryotaro Mihara (Lecturer in International Management, School of Finance and Management, SOAS University of London)
- Blasts from the past: Memory and history in Sakiyama Tami’s ‘Kuja’ Stories
Vicky Young (Kawashima Lecturer in Japanese Literature and Culture, Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge)
- The Invention and Reinvention of Local Food in Japan
Eric C. Rath (University of Michigan)
- Leaning Out for the Long Span: Married Japanese Salarywomen’s strategies for maintaining careers and well-being in the 2000s
Professor Glenda S. Roberts (Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University)