(Final version of the programme). Presentations will be made in English or Japanese, as indicated by the capitals E or J respectively.
Organisation: Universita' Ca' Foscari di Venezia
Location: Auditorium Santa Margherita (Universita' Ca' Foscari di Venezia), on the Campo Santa Margherita (capacity of up to 200 persons). The auditorium features the following equipment: -Several laptops, including laptops with Japanese configuration and Japanese font -White screen and beamer -Microphones -Overhead projector (OHP) Contrary to what we announced earlier, due to a recent regulation enforced by the university authorities, no coffee breaks will be allowed inside the building. We have therefore made an arrangement for five coffee breaks in a café, called Caffe Orange, on Campo Santa Margherita the square where the auditorium is located.
The programme of the conference will be as follows:
|Wednesday 27 September|
|14.00-14.30||Welcome greetings by Prof. Magda ABBIATI, chairperson of the Department of East Asian Studies, Universita' Ca' Foscari di Venezia.
Opening address by W. F. VANDE WALLE, chairman of the EAJRS.
|14.30-15.30||Prof. MIYAZAWA Akira , Mr. ASOSHINA Haruo, Ms. SAITO Tomoko (National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo) Scientific Information Resources Infrastructure of the Next Generation [J/E] Presentation Presentation|
|16.00-16.30||Prof. AIBA Atsushi, Mr. MIYAKE Ikuo (International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto) Library Acquisition of Materials on Modern Japan-China Relations at Nichibunken [J] Abstract.|
|16.30-17.00||Dr. Fiorella SPADAVECCHIA, director of the Museo d’Arte Orientale a Ca’ Pesaro Venezia: “The Museo d’Arte Orientale a Ca’ Pesaro Venezia: the Collection of a Prince” (provisional title). (E)|
|17.00-17.30||Ms. EBISU Ryuko (National Diet Library) Provision of Bibliographic Data in the NDL : the Development of the Electronic Library Plan [J] Abstract.|
|17.30-18.00||Prof. Aldo TOLLINI (Universita' Ca' Foscari di Venezia) The rediscovery of a text: the case of Shobogenzo [E] Abstract.|
|19.00-21.30||Reception (standing dinner) hosted by the Department of East Asian Studies. Welcome by Prof. Bonaventura RUPERTI, vice-dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures. Reception to be held on the second and third floorS of the Department with view on the Chiesa dei Carmini, or possibly in the garden adjacent to the institute, weather and the landlord of the garden permitting.|
|Thursday 28 September|
|09.30-13.00||Gathering at the San Stae Station (vaporetto station on the Canal Grande). Visit to the Museo d’Arte Orientale a Ca’ Pesaro Venezia (Soprintendenza Speciale per il Polo Museale Veneziano), guided by Dottoressa Fiorella SPADAVECCHIA (director) and Dr. Laura MORETTI. In three groups, starting at 10.00 h, 11.00 h and 12.00 h respectively. We will be shown the art collection and a selection of pre-Meiji and Meiji Japanese printed books.|
|12.30-14.00||Lunch at one of the restaurants on Campo Santa Margherita. A list of eligible restaurants will be provided.|
|14.00-14.30||Mr. Antony BOUSSEMART (EFEO) Digital Resources on Japan in European Universities : A Survey [E]. Abstract.|
|14.30-15.00||Ms. Anne BARCKOW (Staatbibliothek zu Berlin) East Asian Databases at Berlin State Library: Acquisition Policy and Access Management [E] Abstract.|
|15.00-15.30||Ms. Tokiko BAZZELL (University of Hawai’i) Beyond the Boundaries -Collaborating on Digital Licensing Agreements- [E] Abstract.|
|16.00-16.30||Ms. Patricia CROSBY (University of Hawai’i Press) E-book and E-publishing [E]|
|16.30-17.00||Mr. KUROKI Shigeaki (NetAdvance Cie) Presentation of JapanKnowledge [E] Abstract.|
|17.00-17.30||Dr. Tomoko Y. STEEN (The Library of Congress, Science, Technology & Business Division) Virtual Reference with Japanese Digital Resources [E] Abstract.|
|17.30-18.00||Mr. SUGITA Takashi & Ms. KABETO Kaoru (Nikkei Europe) On the existing situation and future developments in Japanese data services: a vendor's perspective [E/J]|
|19.00-||Traditional dinner at a traditional restaurant: Restaurant San Trovaso. To be booked in advance at the time of registration. Uniform menu at 37 euro, all-in.|
|Friday 29 September|
|09.00-9.30||Ms. KURITA Junko (Japan Foundation Information Center Library) Resources and services of the new Japan Foundation Information Center Library [J] Abstract.|
|09.30-10.30||Mr. ISHIMATSU Yuki (East Asia Library, University of California) From Edo to Tokyo, Japan, and the World: a Digital Perspective of Japanese Historical Maps [E] Abstract.|
|11.00-11.30||Ms. KADOKURA Yuriko (Shibusawa Foundation, Tokyo) 社史索引データベース：渋沢栄一記念財団のプロジェクト = Shashi Database: Shibusawa Ei'ichi Memorial Foundation Project Status and Future Prospects [J] Abstract.|
|11.30-12.00||Ms. YAMAMOTO Miyuki Open archive of French researchers Language [J] Abstract.|
|12.00-12.30||Ms. Sekiko Matsuzaki-Petitmengin (Collège de France, Institut des Hautes Études Japonaises) A New testimony on Japan in the Years 1876-1878 : Louis Kreitmann’s Collection of Photographs [J] Abstract.|
|14.00-14.30||Mr. MORIMOTO Hideyuki (Columbia University Library) Bibliographic Control Practice of Japanese-Language Serial Title Changes [E] Abstract.|
|14.30-15.00||Ms. MATSUDA Yasuyo (Osaka City University) What Kidai Shoran in the Berlin East Asian Art Museum tells us : a Bookmaker Research in the Edo Period = ベルリン東洋美術館所蔵『熈代勝覧』が描く江戸の出版文化 [J] Abstract.|
|15.00-15.30||Prof. NISHINO Haruo (Hosei daigaku) 「能面『雪鬼』考」 [J] Abstract.|
|16.00-16.30||Mr. EGAMI Toshinori (Kyoto University) Study Sessions on Kuzushiji 「くずし字を読む会」 by Kyoto University Librarians [J/E] Abstract.|
|16.30-17.00||Dr. Laura MORETTI (Universita' Ca' Foscari di Venezia) The "Marega Collection" at Universita' Pontificia Salesiana in Rome: an Insight into its New Physiognomy [E] Abstract.|
|17.00-17.30||Koichi KAMICHI, Dr. Senjuro MACHI (Nishogakusha University, Tokyo) The Kanbun Database at Nishogakusha University [E/J] Abstract.|
|17.30-18.00||Naomi YABE-MAGNUSSEN (University of Oslo) Transfer of Norwegian Whaling Technology and Skills to Japan from the 1880s to the 1930s [E] Abstract.|
|Saturday 30 September|
|09.00-09.30||Mr. KOYAMA Noboru (Cambridge University Library) The Japanese tattoo and Britain during the Meiji period [E] Abstract.|
|09.30-10.00||Dr. Hartmut WALRAVENS (Staatsbibliothek Berlin) Friedrich Perzynski, pioneer in Japanese art history [E]|
|10.00-10.30||Ms. NAKAMURA Sumiko (National Institute of Japanese Literature, Tokyo) シルクロードを往来したソグド人－歴史から文学へ－ [J] Abstract.|
|11.00-12.30||general assembly of the EAJRS|
|14.00-16.00||Visit to the Library of the Fondazione Cini, guided by Prof. Alfredo Cadonna. (Collective visit to the Marciana Library has been cancelled).|
Note Lunch during the conference will not be pre-arranged. Everyone is invited to select the restaurant of his liking to have lunch from a list of recommended restaurants looking out onto the Square Santa Margherita. Sessions will end at about 12.30 h. in order to give everyone the opportunity to be at a restaurant before 13.00 h, which is rush time for lunch in Italy.
We have visited the hotels we have listed on the website: Falier, Al Sole, Sofitel, Carlton and Domus Ciliota, all of them attractive and fine. We hope that all prospective participants have found and booked suitable accommodation. Do not forget that September is a conference month and that Venice is a very popular destination. Be sure to book transport and accommodation in time. Looking forward to meeting you in Venice.