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Events

2024

27. März 2024
Socialising the Soldier: Negotiating History, Tradition, and Identity at Japan’s National Defense Academy

Ben Moeller, University of Oxford/DIJ Tokyo


19. März 2024
Japanese Career Women’s Persistent Identity Conflict

Helene Tenzer, LMU Munich School of Management


29. Februar 2024
Christ, Codices, Coding: Applying AI to Jesuit Written Artefacts

Sophie Takahashi, Ruhr University Bochum/DIJ Tokyo


21. Februar 2024
Feminist Foreign Policy in Japan? The Localisation of Pro-Gender Norms in Japanese Foreign Policy

Annika Clasen, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf/DIJ Tokyo


1. Februar 2024
From Tokyo to Marburg: Japanese Female Doctors during the Meiji Era

Wen-Wei Lan, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU Munich)


31. Januar 2024
The Japanese like to sue, but they do not have to: An Analysis of Traffic Accident Disputes in Japan

Julien Schickling, Goethe University Frankfurt/DIJ Tokyo


24. Januar 2024
Religion in Japan’s Cultural Heritage Campaign: Latest Trends and Perspectives

Josko Kozic, Heidelberg University/DIJ Tokyo


2023

11. Dezember 2023
Conceptualizing communicative spaces in rural areas in Japan and Germany

7. Dezember 2023
Japanese Politics – What Keeps Women Out?

Emma Dalton, La Trobe University
Naoko Oki, Sugiyama Jogakuen University


30. November 2023
Japan’s Economic Security Policy – A Perspective from Germany

Hanns Günther Hilpert, German Institute for International and Security Affairs


28. November 2023
National Identity Discourses in Japan: Challenging Mono-ethnicity in the 2019 Rugby World Cup

Jane Khanizadeh, LMU Munich/DIJ Tokyo


15. Oktober - 18. Oktober 2023
Mediated Social Touch. Interdisciplinary Explorations of Digital Touch to Connect Humans

5. Oktober 2023
Building peace with weapons. Germany’s New Security Policy and Japan’s Take

Claus Leggewie, Giessen University
Hideshi Tokuchi, Research Institute for Peace and Security


28. September 2023
Spatial Dynamics in Japanese Poetry amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

Sarah Pützer, University of Oxford/DIJ Tokyo


11. September - 13. September 2023
Discursive and material dimensions of the digital transformation: Perspectives from and on Japan

25. Juli 2023
Japan’s Strategic Partnerships and Great Power Competition in South East Asia

Thomas Wilkins, University of Sydney
Takashi Terada, Doshisha University


29. Juni 2023
The Sublime and Wabi-Sabi

Philippe Bürgin, State University of Fine Arts Stuttgart/DIJ Tokyo


28. Juni 2023
Patronage and “Confucian Diplomacy”: New Perspectives on Early Modern Scholarship in Kaga Domain between 1650 and 1720

Michael Dietrich, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg/DIJ Tokyo


21. Juni 2023
The Realization and Implementation of the “Growth-oriented Carbon Pricing Concept” in Japan

Tokutaro Nakai, Nippon Steel Corporation
with comments by Nobuyuki Kinoshita, Tokyo Financial Exchange


15. Juni - 16. Juni 2023
Caught yet blind in Indra’s Net: Reflections on Interconnected Crises in the Late Capitalist Anthropocene

1. Juni 2023
The Diversity of Japanese Churches: Examining Differences and Similarities in their Socio-Spatial Arrangements

Dunja Sharbat, Ruhr-University Bochum


8. Mai - 9. Mai 2023
Transnational Research in a Multipolar World
International Conference of the Max Weber Foundation


31. März 2023
The (c)harms of Artificial Intelligence: an arts-based research approach to regulating emerging technologies

Freyja van den Boom


30. März 2023
Patchwork Ethnography: Interpenetrations of the Personal and the Professional in Research

Chika Watanabe, University of Manchester


27. März 2023
Panel Discussion 'Human-Machine Interaction and Responsibility'

7. März 2023
Local Self-organization and Civic Engagement in Regional Japan

1. März - 15. Mai 2023
Gemeinsame Buchausstellung 'Mori Ōgai - 160. Geburtstag und 100. Jahrestag seines Todes'

20. Februar 2023
Japanese-Thai Defense Relations in the Indo-Pacific Era

2. Februar 2023
Digital Hermeneutics and the Integrative Potential of Epistemic Virtues in the Digital Humanities: From Trading Zone to Contact Zone

Andreas Fickers, Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History / DIJ Tokyo


26. Januar - 28. Januar 2023
The Integrative Potential of Epistemic Virtues for the Digital Humanities

2022

12. Dezember 2022
The non-internationalization of East Asian start-ups: the role of resources, strategies and context

Martin Hemmert, Korea University/DIJ Tokyo


9. Dezember 2022
Shinzo Abe's Legacy for the Future of Japanese-Southeast Asian Relations

8. Dezember 2022
'Caring Machines'

Giulia De Togni, The University of Edinburgh Medical School


24. November 2022
Generation Z and sustainable consumption – results from interviews and a comparative online survey in Japan and Germany

Carsten Herbes, Nuertingen-Geislingen University, Germany/DIJ Tokyo


17. November 2022
Film Stardom and Representation: Takamine Hideko and Women in Post-War Japan

Till Weingärtner, University College Cork, Ireland


11. November 2022
Ageing and long-term care in German and Japanese communities

10. November 2022
Japanisch-deutsche Konferenz
Inklusion älterer Menschen in deutschen und japanischen Gemeinden: Zivilgesellschaftliches Engagement und Corona-Pandemie


5. November 2022
The Intimate in and beyond Pandemic Times: Family, Personal Relationships and Singlehood

11. Oktober 2022
Smoke without a Fire? The Search for Populism in Japan

Axel Klein, University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany)


4. Oktober - 30. November 2022
Gemeinsame Buchausstellung '50 Jahre nach der Rückgabe Okinawas: Ryûkyû, Okinawa'

29. September 2022
Unearthing Multispecies Intellectual History: Minakata Kumagusu, Queer Nature and the Microbial Paradigm, 1887-1892

Eiko Honda, Aarhus University


22. September 2022
Using Delphi Survey to Predict how Technology May Transform Unpaid Domestic Work

Lulu Shi, Oxford University and Nobuko Nagase, Ochanomizu University


8. September 2022
Comparing Labour-Cost Retrenchments in Times of Crisis: How Investors React to the Flexible and Rigid Strategies of Innovative Firms

Cornelia Storz, Goethe University Frankfurt


18. August 2022
Silk-Making Knowledge in Amami Ōshima as Critical Archipelagic Heritage

Lisa Onaga, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science / DIJ Tokyo


12. August - 14. August 2022
Art in the Countryside
Symposium on Art and Regional Revitalization through Case Studies from Japan


22. Juli 2022
The Taboo of All Taboos: Regretting Motherhood in Japan

Forum Mithani, Cardiff University & Waseda University


30. Juni 2022
Data protection regulation in Japan against the background of international trends

Ana Gascón Marcén, University of Zaragoza


23. Juni 2022
Actors, Networks, and where to find them

Timo Thelen, Kanazawa University


7. Juni - 9. Juni 2022
The Future of Liberalism
Japan, France and Germany in global context


25. Mai 2022
Cultural Specificity & Planetary Thinking: Reading Ishimure Michiko's Final Work

Christine L. Marran, University of Minnesota