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Events

2021

19. April - 20. April 2021
Climate Change, Energy, and Sustainability in the Pacific Region
Knowledge, Policies, and Transfers (1970s – Present)


2020

25. November 2020
„Aktives Altern“ im digitalen Zeitalter. Wie kann Digitalisierung soziale Teilhabe und Inklusion fördern? VERSCHOBEN

14. Juli 2020
Future Visions of a (Digital) Public Sphere:
Findings from Japan

Michel Hohendanner, Munich University of Applied Sciences
Chiara Ullstein, Technical University of Munich


9. Juli 2020
Murata Sayaka’s Convenience Store Woman
Discussing Gender Identity and Society in Contemporary Japanese Literature

Ronald Saladin (Trier University)


25. Juni 2020
Cute Masculinity - Investigating the Meaning of Virtual Shōjo and Girl Parody by Young Men in the 2010s

Sharon Kinsella, The University of Manchester


18. Juni 2020
How Real Are Numbers?
Making Sense of National COVID-19 Statistics


9. Juni - 9. Juli 2020
Lecture Series: Gender and Sexuality in East Asia – Cultural Studies and Social Science Perspectives

9. Juni 2020
Towards a Transnational Sexual Field: Male Vietnamese Migrants in Contemporary Japan

An Huy Tran, University of Duisburg-Essen/Waseda University


27. Mai 2020
National Approaches to Systemic Risk
Germany and Japan under the COVID-19 Crisis


5. März 2020
Learning to be funny: Training and social relationships in Rakugo

Sarah Stark, Ghent University


27. Februar 2020
The Last Cowboys of Aso? Problems of Grassland Management in Contemporary Commons

Johannes Wilhelm, Kumamoto University (Kumamoto)


19. Februar 2020
Why Is It So Difficult to Buy a Ticket for the Musical? Adaptive Innovation in Japanese Musical Theater from the 1960s to the Present

Rina Tanaka, Meiji University


17. Februar 2020
Money, parenting and happiness: A comparative and historical perspective

Hiroshi Ono, Hitotsubashi University Business School
Matthias Doepke, Northwestern University


13. Februar 2020
US-Japan Relations under Donald Trump and Shinzo Abe

5. Februar 2020
Assimilation Policies and Ainu Identity
Questioning Japan's Recognition of the Ainu People as Indigenous

Uwe Makino, Chuo University (Tokyo)


29. Januar 2020
Improving Japan’s Disability Employment
From Separate to Inclusive Workplaces

Reiko Nishida, PhD, The University of Tokyo


15. Januar 2020
The new Japanese Fishery Policies between Revitalization and Capitalization

Susanne Auerbach, Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien


2019

12. Dezember 2019
User-driven Innovation in Health- & Elderly Care in Japan

Sarah Cosentino, Waseda University
Nobu Ishiguro, Osaka University


28. November 2019
The Future of Society – German and Japanese Perspectives

21. November 2019
Image(-Text) correlations in the works of Natsume Sōseki

Kevin Schumacher, University of Munich / DIJ


14. November 2019
Political Communication in the Age of New Media - Investigating the Reception of Right-Wing Populist Communication Strategies in the Japanese Blog Scene

Katharina Dalko, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg


13. November 2019
Mobilities and the Geographicity of Law. Lessons for Japan

Mathis Stock


7. November 2019
Leadership in a Digital World: 
Innovative – Human – Collaborative

31. Oktober 2019
A New Era of Immigration? Japan’s Guest Worker Programs in Comparative Perspective

Naoto Higuchi, Tokushima University
Kristin Surak, University of London


29. Oktober 2019
Autism in the Workplace - How the Diagnosis of a Developmental Disorder Affects Employment Situations in Japan

Charlotte Schaefer, University of Heidelberg


24. Oktober 2019
Environmental Local Scales: Women’s Writing in Northern Tōhoku, Present to Postwar

Eric Siercks, University of California, Los Angeles


4. Oktober 2019
Universities in the Digital Age

Bernd Huber, President of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Miho Funamori, Strategy Manager at the Research Center for Open Science and Data Platform at National Institute of Informatics


1. Oktober - 31. Oktober 2019
120. Geburtstag von Yasunari Kawabata

26. September 2019
Citizen Science in the Digital Age
– Engaging civil society in social science and humanities research –


24. September - 25. September 2019
The Digital Transformation - Implications for the Social Sciences and the Humanities

19. September 2019
Renewable Energy in Germany and Japan - Prospects for the Citizen Energy Movement

Carsten Herbes, Nuertingen-Geislingen University, Germany
Jörg Raupach-Sumiya, Ritsumeikan University, Osaka
Eiji Oishi, Minna Denryoku, Tokyo


18. September 2019
Shrinking but Happy? Investigating the Interplay of Social and Individual-Level Predictors of Well-Being in Rural Japanese Communities

Dionyssios Askitis, Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien


17. September 2019
The Politics of Migration in Japan

12. September 2019
Wielding Toxic Discourse: Insanity in the Nuclear Narratives of Chernobyl and Fukushima

Rachel DiNitto, University of Oregon


1. August 2019
The Mountains Belong to Everybody? Conflicts about Recreational Forest Use in Austria and Japan

Yuichiro Hirano, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Tsukuba
Wolfram Manzenreiter, University of Vienna


27. Juli 2019
Contemporary Japanese Theatre Workshop

23. Juli - 24. Juli 2019
Studying Japan: The impact of transnationalization and technological innovation on methods, fieldwork and research ethics

10. Juli 2019
Negotiating Difference: Educational Experiences of Deaf and Hard-of-hearing Students in Mainstream Japanese Schools

Jennifer M. McGuire, Doshisha University


27. Juni 2019
Between Contributor and Competitor: Recent Trends in how the Chinese Government views Japan

Shi Ming, Berlin


14. Juni 2019
Local Responses to the Revision of the Seed Law: The Seed Registration System, GMOs and Rice

Nicole L. Freiner, Bryant University


13. Juni 2019
Making the Most of Scarcity? The Role of Natural Assets in Pre-WWII Japanese Economic Development

Jean-Pascal Bassino, ENS Lyon; CNRS research fellow at the French Research Institute on Japan at Maison Franco Japonaise


5. Juni 2019
Farmers, Local Agency, and the Development of Peri-Urban Spaces

Aaron Kingsbury, PhD, Maine Maritime Academy


3. Juni 2019
Technologies of Presence: Modeling Emotion in Robots with Heart

Daniel White, Freie Universität Berlin & Hirofumi Katsuno, Doshisha University


23. Mai 2019
Androids and Virtual Reality – Simulations of the Human in Japanese Theatre

Mari Boyd, Sophia University, Tokyo
M. Cody Poulton, University of Victoria, Canada


22. Mai 2019
Merits and Challenges of Deliberative Democracy in Japan

Momoyo Hüstebeck, University of Duisburg-Essen


14. Mai 2019
How Can We Explain the Lag of Japan’s Sharing Economy?

Junxi Yao, University of Sheffield


18. April 2019
Protecting Children in Family Separation

Yuko Nishitani, Kyoto University
Noriko Odagiri, Tokyo International University


13. März 2019
Autonomy, Belonging and Long-Distance Relationships in Europe and Japan

Markus Klingel, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences


9. März 2019
国際シンポジウム「桑田熊蔵とその同時代人:社会思想・社会問題・社会政策(1890-1930)」、大阪大学

Yufei Zhou, Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien


4. März 2019
Regulating for a Better Work-life Balance: German and Japanese Experiences

Hartmut Seifert, WSI Düsseldorf
Katsutoshi Kezuka, Chuo University