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Events

2017

21. September 2017 - 23. September 2017
Revolutionäre Biographien im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. Imperial – inter/national – dekolonial

25. Mai 2017
Seoul's Namsan under Japanese Influence - Japanese Ritual Life and Assimilation Policy in Korea, 1890-1945

Juljan Biontino, Chiba University


25. April 2017
Culture at work. On the interplay of cultural change and job satisfaction in a Japanese multinational company

31. März 2017
Humans & Machines in Medical Contexts: Case Studies from Japan

23. März 2017
Towards an Intellectual History of Japan’s 1980s Bubble Culture and Economy

Urs Matthias Zachmann, Freie Universität Berlin


22. März 2017
The Status of Japanese Career Women in their Professional and Private Life

Markus Pudelko, The University of Tübingen
Noelle Takahashi, Women’s Leadership Advocate


9. März 2017
Energiewende エネルギー転換 - The Future of Energy Transition in Germany and Japan

Dimitri Pescia, Agora Energiewende
Mika Ōbayashi, Renewable Energy Institute


1. März 2017 - 7. April 2017
Bakumatsu - das Ende der Edo-Zeit

28. Februar 2017
Are the elderly a cost factor for society or its safety net? A comparison of family regimes and National Transfer Accounts data in Germany and Japan

23. Februar 2017
Who pays for whom? Intergenerational Transfers in Japan and Germany

Naohiro Ogawa, The University of Tokyo
Gerhard Naegele, Technical University of Dortmund


20. Februar 2017
Staatsverschuldung – Warum setzt Deutschland auf Konsolidierung?

Bernhardt Schulte-Drüggelte, MdB


7. Februar 2017
Book Launch: Social Inequality in Post-Growth Japan. Transformation during Economic and Demographic Stagnation

26. Januar 2017
The Ideologue and Activist Ōkawa Shūmei (1886-1957)

Florian Neumann, Kagawa University, Takamatsu


2016

13. Dezember 2016
Internationaler Workshop, Diversity in the Japanese Labor Market: Challenges and Opportunities, Universität Waseda

8. Dezember 2016
Emperor Hirohito from the Pacific War to the Cold War

Noriko Kawamura, Washington State University


30. November 2016
Effects of Zero Interest Rate Monetary Policy on Banks and Society

29. November 2016
Between Nostalgia and Utopia: Alternative Lifestyles in Rural Japan

26. November 2016
Corporate Governance – Comparing Japan and Germany

24. November 2016
Diversity – Limits and Opportunities

21. November 2016
Forschungskolloquium zur Vergleichs- und Verflechtungsgeschichte, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut, FU Berlin

19. November 2016
VSJF Jahrestagung 2016, Fachgruppe Soziologie und Sozialanthropologie, Universität Duisburg-Essen

15. November 2016
The Relevance of Area Studies for the Sciences and Public Policy: Examples from Europe & Asia

10. November 2016
Victimhood Nationalism in the Transnational Memory Space

Jie-Hyun Lim, Sogang University Seoul
Andrew Horvat, Josai International University


2. November 2016
Conference “Rural Areas Between Decline and Resurgence - Lessons from Japan and Austria

2. November 2016
Deutsch-Japanisches Symposium zu Klimaschutz und regionaler Entwicklung

13. Oktober 2016
Changing Gender Orders and Diversity in Comparative Perspective: Growing Flexibility of Work and Life Strategies

Ilse Lenz, Professor emeritus at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB)
Glenda Roberts, Professor at Waseda University


25. September 2016
2nd EAJS in Japan Conference

21. September 2016
Going Global, but How? Diversity in Transnationalisation Processes of Japanese Labour Activism

Jan Niggemeier, Freie Universität Berlin


15. September 2016
Disaster, Law and Justice in Japan: In the Tsunami of Debt and Lost Homes

Julius Weitzdörfer, University of Cambridge


8. September 2016
Joint East Asian Studies Conference

8. September 2016
Governance and Financial Aspects of Catastrophic / Systemic Risks

1. September 2016 - 30. September 2016
Zum 100. Todestag von Natsume Sōseki

1. September 2016
Managing One’s Own Death: The Shūkatsu Industry and the Enterprising Self in an Ageing Society

18. August 2016
International Workshop Translating the Occupation: Texts from Wartime China

29. Juli 2016
Mothers and Social Movements in Postwar Japan

28. Juli 2016
Diversity and Inclusion in the Japanese Workplace

Tomoki Sekiguchi, Osaka University

Comments by
Sierk Horn, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Hendrik Meyer-Ohle, National University of Singapore


26. Juli 2016
The Employees’ View on Cross-Border M&As in Japan: What do Employees Need to Speak in Favor of an Acquisition?

24. Juli 2016
24th World Congress of the International Political Science Association (IPSA), Panel “Local Governance and Civil Society”

19. Juli 2016
International Workshop, How Japan works: Risks and Opportunities of a Diversifying Labor Market, Universität Hamburg

19. Juli 2016
Corporate Governance Regulation by Comply-or-Explain as Seen from Soft Law and Self Regulation

15. Juli 2016
Symposium „Sprache-Übersetzung-Welt(en)-Möglichkeiten des Japanischen im globalen Zeitalter"

13. Juli 2016
Logics of Liberalization: Tracing Japan's Trajectory of Socio-Economic Institutional Change

Stefan Heeb, University of Geneva


6. Juli 2016
Journalism and Disaster from a Cultural Perspective. A comparative reflection of German and Japanese media reporting on 'Fukushima'

Florian Meißner, Dortmund Technical University


2. Juli 2016
20th Annual Conference of the Asian Studies Conference Japan

1. Juli 2016
13th Annual East Asian Social Policy Conference

29. Juni 2016
Informative Activism and the Blogosphere in Japan after 311

Natalia Novikova, University of Tsukuba


25. Juni 2016
多言語社会研究会

2. Juni 2016
Five Things You'd Want to Know in Explaining Japan's Surrender in 1945

Sheldon Garon, Princeton University
Yukiko Koshiro, Nihon University


19. Mai 2016
Reproductive Decision-Making in Japan’s Low Birth Rate Society: Education about Family Planning and Fertility as a Remedy?

Isabel Fassbender, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies


18. Mai 2016
Health Care in Japan: How Sustainable is the System?

Ludwig Kanzler, Hanegi Solutions
Kenji Shibuya, The University of Tokyo