The 11th Annual EAJRS-Conference, Prague 04/07 October 2000
|Wednesday 4 October|
|13.00||Registration at the Naprstek Museum (Betlemske namesti. 1)|
by Dr. Milena Secka, CsC., Deputy Director
by Prof. Peter Pantzer, University of Bonn
by Ms. Matsue Mariko, Catholic Univ. of Leuven (EAJRS-Secretary)
|14.30||Dr. Alice KRAEMEROVA, Naprstek Museum, Far Eastern Department
The Japanese Collection in the Naprstek Museum
|15.00||Prof. Peter PANTZER, University of Bonn
Western Picture-Postcards as Source for the study of modern Japan.
|15.30||Ms. CHIYO Yuri, National Diet Library, Special Materials Dpmt, Tokyo
Nippon in the World – Digital Exhibition on the NDL web site.
|16.00||Guided visit to the Naprstek Museum and the historical building of the Bethlehem chapel (Betlemska kaple)|
|17.00||Invitation from the Naprstek Museum to a welcome drink at the Museum.|
|Thursday 5 October|
|Special workshop: The Opening of Japan|
|09.30||Prof. SATO Satoru, Jissen University, Tokyo
Control of Publication by Bakufu (Japanese Government) in 1807 and the assaults by Russian navy to northern Japan.
|10.00||Dr. Fifi EFFERT, Research School CNWS, Leiden University
Exchange between Japan and the Netherlands, a gradual process.
|11.00||Dr. Hartmut WALRAVENS, Staatsbibliothek Berlin
An unknown Manuscript connected to Ph. Fr. von Siebold.
|11.30||Ms. Aimee POOR, Helpnet Sweden, Stockholm
Opening up: The Intriguing Foreigner in Yokohama-e.
|12.00||Mr. KOYAMA Noboru, Cambridge University Library
The opening of Japan and tours around the world: an English travel diary (1873) and photographs.
|14.00||Mr. Luke GARTLAN, University of Melbourne
The Mikado photograph affair: censorship, commerce and the state in early Meiji-Japan.
|14.30||Dr. KAMOTO Itsuko, International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto
Kokusai kekkon and Meiji Japan.
|15.30||Mrs. MORIMURA Etsuko, Japan Foundation, Paris
The Panthéon Review: Japanese students in Paris discover the West
|16.00||Mr. NAKAMURA Mamoru, Ostasiatiska Bibliotheket, Stockholm
A.E. Nordenskiöld and his experience of Meiji-Japan, 1879
|19.00||The Traditional Dinner at the Traditional Restaurant (”Restaurace u Rotta”)|
|Friday 6 October|
|09.30||Dr. Alexander KABANOFF, Institute of Oriental Studies, St. Petersburg
Alexander Nevsky‘s Materials in the Archives of Tenri University
|10.00||Prof. SHIMIZU Yasuyuki, Japan Women’s University, Tokyo
Disc recordings as research materials of the Japanese language in the early 20th century.
|11.00||Joint presentation by
Mr. IWAMOTO Hayao and Prof. MORI Hirohisa
International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Nichibunken), Kyoto
Developing advanced research materials for Japanese Studies: Nichibunken’s new challenge; Globalbase: GIS (Geographical Information System) for historical research; New scholarly publications at Nichibunken
|14.00||Paneldiscussion: Library Cooperation & Librarian Training Programme in Japan
Ms. Pilar CABANAS, Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Ms. CHIYO Yuri, NDL Tokyo, Mr. KOYAMA Noboru, Cambridge University Library, Ms. MATSUE Mariko, Catholic Univ. of Leuven, Ms. NOGUCHI Sachie, Univ. of Pittsburgh, East Asian Library, Mr. Hamish TODD, British Library, London, & Ms. Izumi TYTLER, University of Oxford, Bodleian Japanese Library, Oxford.
|15.30||Ms. HASUNUMA Ryuko, Japanisches Kulturinstitut, Köln
The situation on Japan-related libraries in Germany and the Japanese Culture Institute in Cologne
|16.00||Prof. Dr. Bruce Henry LAMBERT, European Institute of Japanese Studies, School of Economics, Stockholm
Underutilised Resources: Japanese Residents in Europe.
|Saturday 7 October|
Ms. Iwona MERKLEJN, University of Warszawa, Inst. of Oriental Studies
The beginnings of the Polish mission in Nagasaki. Father Kolbe and his disciples in Japan 1930-1936.
|10.00||The Annual Meeting of the EAJRS|
|11.15||Departure for guided tour to Libechov Castle (Japanese Collection of the Naprstek Museum, Prague); lunch on the way near Melnik Castle at the confluence of Labe (Elbe) and Vltava (Moldau); return to Prague between 16.00 and 17.00|