Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies
Tracing Empire: Japanese Imperial cinema and its legacy
The ‘Normality’ of ‘Abnormality’: Understanding Strategy and Military Identity in Post-war Japan
The Role of Mapping in the Emergence of Japan as a Sea Power in the Late-nineteenth-century
Decentring the Urban: Reclaiming Rural Space for Modern Living in Colonial Korea and After
This workshop is held in conjuction with the Suntory Foundation of Japan.
Purpose of the Forum
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
An interview with Professor Takehiko Kariya is going to be shown as part of an NHK Educational (Eテレ) programme "戦後史証言プロジェクト 日本人は何をめざしてきたのか 未来への選択（５）教育" This 90 minute programme will be broadcast this Saturday 9 January from 23:00.
Meiji-Era Photographs in the Pitt Rivers Museum: An Overview of the Collections
Japan’s Freud: Kosawa Heisaku and Buddhist Modernism