The Haiku in Turkey and the Quest for a New Aesthetics
War, Work and Witnessing: Aesthetics and Ideology in Shindo Kaneto’s Cinema
Happy Americans, Unhappy Japanese, how about others? How Software engineers work and are rewarded in five countries
Child guidance centres in Japan: Social work, foster care, and the family-bond
Uniting the World after Defeat: World Federalism in Early Post-war Japan
Kishi Nobusuke and the Mobilization Empire: War and Conservatism 1918-1945
Rethinking how Japan does politics
The Political Economy of Cool Japan: the paradox of Japan’s creative industries policy
Please note this is a change of speaker than previously advertised.
Dr Clare Pollard and Ms Mitsuko Ito, The Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford
Landscape, Cityscape: Hiroshige woodblock prints at the Ashmolean Museum
A seminar to consider and celebrate the publication of
‘The Daughter who sold her Mother” a memoir of family and survival in the Holocaust by Irena Powell.
There will be an introductory presentation by Dr. Katherine Lebow, Associate Professor of History Christ Church
Prisons and Forced Labour on Japan's northern island of Hokkaido
Revisiting Kurosawa’s women; what a transcultural approach reveals