Cittaslow (Slow City) is a rural development movement of small towns started in Italy in 1999. The movement aims to improve their quality of life and sustainability by emphasizing the individual towns’ unique identities, the local asset-based economy, and by promoting an eco-friendly environment
Ruth Benedict’s Cultural Relativism: Imagining Democracy in Japan During World War II
Please note that this seminar takes place on Friday 11th March 2016 at 5.00 p.m. in the Syndicate Room, The Old Main Building, St. Antony’s College.
Dr Inge Daniels is unable to give her seminar as previously advertised for this week so she will be replaced by Jason Danely, Senior Lecturer in Anthropology of Japan at Oxford Brookes University.
Can IT augment organisational capabilities? – Evidence from Japanese data
The Double Responsibility of Care: Balancing childcare, elderly care and work
Redefining the community firm? The unionization of part-time workers in the retail industry
Crossing Boundaries: Breaking the Rice Paper Ceiling in Japan and Constructing Liminality among Transnational, Transcultural Academics
Abenomics: Past, Present, and Future
A History of the IUD in Japan: Birth control policy and Cold War diplomacy
Stumbling Blocks in the 1980s Japan: Japan's Lost Decades in a Global Comparison of Different Paths toward a Long-life Society