On January 16 (Mon), 2023, in Conference Room 1, 3rd Floor, Building 33, Toyama Campus, Waseda University, a lecture meeting entitled “Looking Back on the History of Global Japanese Studies: On Frank Hawley and His ‘Horei Bunko’ Collection” was held, sponsored by Waseda University Research Institute for Letters, Arts and Sciences and the Ryusaku Tsunoda Center of Japanese Culture, and co-sponsored by Waseda University’s Global Japanese Studies Model Unit, Top Global University Project.
The National Diet Library Japan would like to announce
"Webinar: Information Sources for Japanese Studies" to be held in February 2023.
For details, see [ https://www.ndl.go.jp/en/library/training_jsl.html ]
This webinar is intended for librarians, researchers, and other people outside of Japan who are engaged in Japanese studies.
The goal of this webinar is to teach and improve basic skills for finding and using information related to research in Japanese studies.
In this wide-ranging conversation with NIAS Director Duncan McCargo, Aike P. Rots, an associate professor of Japan Studies at the University of Oslo, explains the thinking behind an engaging March 2022 keynote address he gave to a conference at Copenhagen Business School on the topic of ‘Japan and Japanese Studies in the Twenty-First Century’.
December 14, 2021
Greetings from the National Diet Library (NDL), Japan.
Please see our recent poster which features our library’s services regarding Japanese studies, displayed on the following JSA-ASEAN 2021 Website.
We are conducting a survey on our training plans for librarians and researchers in Japanese studies outside Japan.
Please fill out the survey and inform any relevant colleagues of it.
The Hosei University Research Center for International Japanese Studies (HIJAS) would like to invite applications, following the below procedure, for the post of Fixed-Term Full-time Researcher.
Detailed information is available on the official website of the HIJAS:
A PhD Research Fellowship in Japanese Studies is available at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages (IKOS), University of Oslo. IKOS seeks to recruit a PhD candidate with excellent research qualifications who will investigate issues of heritagisation in contemporary Japan.
The successful applicant will address issues related to the project Sacred heritage? Secularisation, sacralisation and the production of heritage in contemporary Japan.