E-globalization or E-localization in studying Japanese language (2018)

Zhivkova, Stella
Nikolova, Vyara

Japanese language is simultaneously distant and close thanks to the modern technologies.
Dissemination of a language and culture through the ages happens through numerous communication channels - manuscript and printed sources, oral and folk traditions, legends etc. On a local level in Bulgaria we observe various examples for dissemination of elements of Japanese culture through the new possibilities offered by the new technologies.

Research data management services for Japanese Studies in the library (2018)

Wagner, Cosima

The digital transformation of science and its implication for the development of library services is currently being discussed in the German academic library community. Especially research data management and the establishment of a National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) has been appointed as a central sphere of action. Though, the discussion on how to define research data within the respective academic disciplines and what kind of services is expected from the library at which stage of the research life cycle has only begun.

How to make uncatalogued Japanese collections accessible (2018)

Tsuda, Mayumi
Pedersen, Merete

This presentation is a modest report by two members who met at the EAJRS Oslo Conference in 2017, where we question how we at this stage should proceed in the future. Both Mayumi Tsuda and Merete Pedersen are worried about the increase in institutions that hold Japanese collections, but do not have any staff that understand Japanese.

Utilization of library resource for Japanese language class activity (2018)

Takagi, Kayako

Vytautas Magnus University possesses approximately 7,000 items in Asian Books Space at main library of university, however, it is quite low frequency of use by Japanese language students. There were 40 students in the second-basic and intermediate level of Japanese language classes, and only three of them had borrowed books in 2017.

History of Japan in Lithuanian (2018)

Švambarytė, Dalia

My paper will be based mostly on my own experience of writing Japonijos istorija (History of Japan) as a Lithuanian-language teaching material for Vilnius University students and incorporating it into the curriculum of BA program of Japanese Studies. I will concentrate on pragmatic reflections in this paper but also touch upon broader pedagogical considerations on the production of native-language material in Japanese Studies and adjusting its contents to local needs, as well as building a course around it.

Private collections of Japanese old books at IOM RAS (2018)

Shchepkin, Vasilii

Over a period of three years Japanese resources specialists of the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of the Russian Academy of Sciences have conducted a research project on identifying private collections of Japanese manuscripts and woodblock-printed books among those preserved at the institute. In our previous presentation at EAJRS conference in Bucharest we attempted to view some early collections of Japanese books and manuscripts and their pathways to Russia as a part of the history of early Russia-Japan relations. This time we are going to try to show how a closer examination of the contents of these collections can contribute not only to the study of early Russia-Japan relations, but to the history of early modern Japan as well.

Challenges of building a multilingual web resource on Hokusai (2018)

Santchi, Stephanie

'Late Hokusai: Thought, Technique, Society' at The British Museum and SOAS, University of London (04/2016-03/2019) is an Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded research project exploring the last thirty years of the life of Japanese painter and print artist Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849). One component of the project is building a pilot contextual research database with semantic web tools on the open-source platform ResearchSpace. Combining legacy data with current research outcomes and the conceptual reference model CIDOC CRM, the project’s aim is to explore how semantic web technology can support the Hokusai research community by digitally recreating ways for them to connect, query and explore information.

The East Asia Resource Library at the University of Ljubljana (2018)

Ryu, Hyeonsook

The East Asia Resource Library (EARL) was established at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. EARL is a library established through a partnership of the Faculty of Social Sciences and the Faculty of Arts.
In October 2016 the Korean Corner was opened, in April 2017 the Japanese, in May of the same year Taiwanese and in October 2017 the Chinese Corner was officially opened. The Japanese Corner receives support from the Embassy and the Japan Foundation, and enables access to the JapanKnowledge Lib Database. In addition, the Japanese Corner also includes a part of the Hamaguchi Collection which was donated to the Department of Asian Studies, Faculty of Arts.

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