The Australian National University will host the 2013 Japanese Studies Association of Australia (JSAA) Conference, Cities, Nature & Landscapes: From Nara to the Networked City.
Following numerous significant natural disasters between 1900 and 2011, Japan’s civil society has been lauded as being the key to Japan’s relief efforts and rapid recovery. But how does civil society learn resilience?
Japanese government debt is alarmingly high and many studies suggest it is unsustainable.
This week's presenter will be Professor Tessa Morris-Suzuki, School of Culture, History and Language.
Japanese Studies Seminar Series - Stories from Tohoku: First Hand Experiences on the Kizuna Bond Project
This week's presenters will be Scott Underwood and Madeline Shepherd (ANU) who will discuss their first hand experiences of the Kizuna Bond Project.
Why are Japan and China now locked in an intractable conflict regarding the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands? This seminar will examine the historical, economic, military, territorial and international legal dimensions of this dispute.
This public seminar is co-hosted by the ANU Japan Institute along with the Department of Strategic & Defence Studies Centre, Department of Political & Social Change, the National Security College and the ARC Centre of Excellence.