We are pleased to announce that we are preparing to hold the NIJL/EAJRS Kuzushiji Workshop in online format in the spring of 2021. As this Workshop series has never been held in online, we are having rigorous discussion with NIJL to be able to deliver the most effective means of the workshop in these pandemic circumstances. Detailed information such as the schedule, contents, and method of the workshop will be notified when we reach a final decision by early 2021.
NIJL / EAJRS くずし字ワークショップ
|主催||大学共同利用機関法人 人間文化研究機構 国文学研究資料館
日本資料専門家欧州協会 (EAJRS European Association of Japanese Resource Specialists)
|共催||オスロ大学図書館 University of Oslo Library|
Call for participation in the NIJL/EAJRS Kuzushi-ji Workshop
in March 2020
|Organized by||NIJL (National Institute of Japanese Literature 国文学研究資料館)
EAJRS (European Association of Japanese Resource Specialists 日本資料専門家欧州協会)
|Hosted by||University of Oslo Library|
The National Diet Library, Japan, is offering a workshop for Japanese Studies Librarians and Researchers held in March 2020 at Tokyo.
This workshop is for librarians, mainly subject librarians, or researchers outside Japan who are expected to engage in reference services or research on Japanese rare materials. The program aims to foster understanding of the rare materials collections owned by the NDL and other research institutions, and to improve skills in utilizing both physical materials and digital content.
Dates: March 2 to March 6, 2020
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I am pleased to announce that the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures will host a NIJL/EAJRS Kuzushiji Workshop in February 2017. If you would like to attend this workshop, please fill in this form and send it as an email attachment file to Akira Hirano at firstname.lastname@example.org by 17:00 GMT on Monday, 31 October.
Dear friends and colleagues,
Further to our preliminary call for participation in the NIJL/EAJRS kuzushiji workshop scheduled for March 2014, herewith are further details of the workshop.
The goal of the workshop is to gain practical knowledge of, and first-hand experience in the reading of hiragana-majiribun of the Edo period, at intermediate level.
Dear friends and colleagues,
Following the successful series of NIJL/EAJRS Kuzushiji workshops held in Oxford, Leuven, Zurich, Bonn, and Paris respectively, we are now planning to hold a second Oxford workshop at intermediate level, using歴史資料 as texts. The workshop will be led by Prof Yuichiro Imanishi (Director of the National Institute of Japanese Studies), supported by Prof Koichi Watanabe (NIJL,日本近世史、アーカイブス学専門). This is a preliminary call for participation for those interested. Please make a note in your diary.
Date: 24th - 26th March 2014