Emeritus Professor Gavan McCormack will give an introduciton to this public forum marking two years since the massive earthquake and tsunami that devastated the north east coast, the Tohoku Area, of Japan.
AIIA ACT Lecture - Tessa Morris-Suzuki on Tipping the Balance? The Second Abe Government, Japan and the Asia-Pacific Region
The past year has brought a series of major political changes to Northeast Asia, with new leaders coming to power in North Korea, China and Japan, and a new president about to take the reins of government in South Korea.
Osaka Elegy (1936) is the first film to be screened in a series of politically, socially, and artistically significant films from Japan during the 1930s-1960s presented by the Department of Pacific and Asian History and the ANU Japan Institute.
The Embassy of Japan in collaboration with the ANU Japan Centre, ANU Japan Institute and with the support of the Japan Foundation presents an Evening of Japanese Anime.
Seminar - Shin Takahashi (PhD candidate, School of Culture, History & Language)
Seminar - Crawford Award winner 2012, Railroad expansion and entrepreneurship: Evidence from Meiji Japan
Railroads in Meiji Japan are credited with facilitating factor mobility as well as access to human and financial capital, but the impact on firm activity is unclear.
The ANU Japan Institute warmly invites you to our 2013 New Year’s Party and the launch of the Institute’s new website. Join us for drinks at University House, a first look at the Institute’s new website and to welcome in the new academic year.
The advent of the second Prime Minister Shinzo Abe administration in Japan in late 2012 seems to indicate that Japan’s security posture will become increasingly assertive.