This display highlights the social science and humanities aspects of the ANU Library collection with regard to Japanese content and includes Japanese military history, politics and art as well as the classic films of Kiyoshi Kurosawa, the literature of prize winning author Kazu
Seminar - Amy King on imperialism, industrialisation and war: the role of ideas in China's Japan policy, 1949-1965
Contemporary Sino-Japanese relations are scarred by the legacy of the Second World War (known in China as the “War of Resistance against Japan”).
Austral-Japanese Harmony — a solo exhibition by former ANU School of Art staff member Hiroe Swen is now open at the Belconnen Arts Centre.
Japanese Studies Seminar Series - Deconstructing hierarchy in the traditional performing arts of Japan: A musical discourse of Kansai Rakugo
This week's presenter is Catherine Hallett, PhD candidate, School of Culture, History and Language, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.
Professor Usui will give a general overview of administrative justice in Japan, with a particular emphasis on the system of administrative review tribunals in Japan.