24
Mar
2015

The Interface of Japanese Language Literature

ANU−KU日本文学研究次世代共同ワークショップThis event is jointly hosted by Department of East Asian Studies on behalf of the ANU Japan Institute, KU BK21+, the Education & Research Group for Chinese & Japanese Language & Culture and, Korea University Center for Japanese Studies        

14
Mar
2015

Memorial Service for Earthquake and Tsunami Victims in Japan

Canberra Japan Club and Australia-Japan Society (ACT) are holding a memorial service for the victims and survivors of 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake.

11
Mar
2015

Panel discussion - Australia, Japan & China: Room for Strategic Cooperation?

Territorial disputes, historical animosity, and rising nationalist tensions - undoubtedly the frosty relationship between China and Japan threatens regional security.

04
Mar
2015

Symposium - Survival politics in East Asia: socio-environmental crises and grassroots responses

Social and environmental change in East Asia is creating massive challenges to many parts of the region. Urban and industrial pollution; overcrowding in some regions coexists with rural depopulation in others; deforestation and climate change; catastrophes like the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan.

26
Feb
2015

Public Lecture - Formation of wartime public diplomacy by Tomoko Akami

This lecture shows how Japan began to develop its own news agencies and the state organisations to challenge the domination of the major news agencies, such as Reuters, Havas, and Wolf, around the time of the First World War.

26
Feb
2015

Japan Institute New Year's Party

  The ANU Japan Institute warmly invites you to our 2015 New Year’s Party. Join us for drinks at University House, a welcome to the new academic year, a review of 2014 highlights, and a preview of some of the ANU Japan events planned for the coming months.  

06
Feb
2015

Seminar - Passionate souls: Gender equality, emotions, cultural heritage, and the uncertainty of masculinity in semi-rural Japan

In this research, I want to examine how Japanese men, in a specific semi-rural context, express, exchange, invest, accumulate and experience emotions such as pride, shame, fear and passion, and to what extent such emotions shape their own sense of selfhood and ideas of masculinity. 

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