Christopher Hobson is a Research Associate in the Peace and Security section of the Institute for Sustainability and Peace, United Nations University. He previously worked as a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University.
Household welfare impacts of natural and manmade disasters in Korea and Japan. People in both developed and developing countries face a variety ofunexpected events. Large scale natural and manmade disasters generatethe most devastating outcomes.
Representative media forms, such as film, have the remarkable power to inform and define identity. Without representation in some kind of media, we lose a sense of self and begin to doubt the existence of others who are the same.
We will be joined by the Japan Centre instructors who will introduce themselves and the courses they have on offer in the Japanese program in 2013 and beyond. This event will be followed by and end-of-year party. Japanese food and snacks will be provided
Abstract The Repatriation Boat: the personal and the political in the early work of Lee Hoe-sung
'Yonaguni: Dilemmas of a Frontier Island in the East China Sea', The Asia- Pacific Journal, October 1, 2012, Gavan McCormack
Joint ANU China Institute/ANU Japan Institute/ANU Korea Institute Roundtable - Between a Rock and a Hard Place? Territorial Disputes in North-East Asia.
My presentation discusses the importance of (re)assessing the poetry of Sagawa Chika (1911-1936), who has been largely and wrongly neglected by both literary and feminist critics in Japan.