Mid-Term Review Speaker Pedro Iacobelli, PhD Candidate, School of Culture, History and Language, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
The Japanese Studies Seminar Series is a fortnightly seminar hosted by the ANU Japan Centre during Friday lunchtimes.
Not long after he withdrew from medical studies at Sendai and returned to Tokyo in 1906, Lu Xun (1881-1936) began research on the history and philosophy of science, modern European thought, and comparative literature which produced five treatises of considerable length, which he eventually publis
Professor Ken Miichi will be presenting a paper as part of the International conference on The Demography of Disasters: Implications for future policy on development and resilience conference to be held on 18-20 September.
Like all crises, 3.11 presented challenges not to only the state and the configurations of capital, but also to a wide range of individuals and groups.
Are you interested in Abenomics, the economic policies spearheaded by current Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe? Don’t know quite what it entails, but want to learn more?
This will be a makeup screening of the film originally scheduled for September 25.
Japanese Studies Seminar Series - The Great Eastern Japan Earthquake: Assessing bilateral and regional outcomes from helping a friend in need
This week's presenter will be Kate Stevenson, Honours candidate, College of Asia and the Pacific.