Schoolgirls, Money and Rebellion in Japan
A Journey into Fairyland: An American Professor in Meiji Japan
Ruinscape and Slumscape: Picturing History and Violence in Global East Asia
Please note the change in date and venue for this lecture to Wednesday 7th May in the Dahrendorf Room. It was originially scheduled for 9th May 2014.
Economic Uncertainty and Fertility: Insights from Japan’s Long Recession
Joint seminar with the Department of Sociology, University of Oxford
The 1+1 programme is a unique, two-year postgraduate experience which offers you the opportunity to combine the depth of our specialised, one-year MSc in Modern Japanese Studies with the breadth of Saïd Business School’s
Massimiliano Colonna, MPhil in Modern Japanese Studies 2011-2013
I graduated with a Master of Philosophy from the Nissan Institute in 2013. The focus of my research is the role of the Internet and new ICTs in the political debate, taking Japan as a case of study.
My experience has been extremely positive. The teachers are fantastic, the courses interesting, varied and well structured, the staff is helpful and welcoming... the building itself is a beautiful place!
I am now in Washington, D.C. working as a Communications Associate with Search for Common Ground, an international NGO in the field of conflict resolution, with offices in more than 30 countries.
Looking back at my two years at Oxford, I cannot overstate the importance that they had on my personal, academic and professional growth. If you are considering coming here, well, you're making a very good choice!
We are pleased to announce Sasakawa studentships (each worth £10,000) will be available for postgraduate students in Japanese studies from October 2014. The studentships are open to students of any nationality, but applications from UK nationals are particularly encouraged.
The return on IT spending for Japanese firms: empirical evidence
This extra seminar will take place on Thursday, 13th February at 5.00 p.m. in the Nissan Institute Lecture Theatre.
At 4.00 p.m. Professor Mary Brinton will present her paper Productive Motherhood: Women’s Labor and Japan’s Lowest-Low Fertility