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  • Japan Now North 2019

    Japan Now North is back for its second year and is set to be as exciting and engaging as last year with a specially commissioned art exhibition, translation workshop and film screening. 

    Categorised under: Events and East Asian Text and Culture

  • The Japan Asia Youth Conference 2018

    The Japan Asia Youth Conference 2018

    Last week Dr Harald Conrad spoke at the Japan Asia Youth Conference in Tokyo about challenges related to foreign graduate employment in Japanese companies and how companies might be able to overcome these challenges by making changes to their HR practices.

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  • New Takes on Fallen Women in Global Cinema

    Join Dr Kate Taylor-Jones to explore global cinematic representations of the image of the prostitute and debate the repressive and empowering depictions in her Ideas Alive at 5.45pm talk.

    Tuesday 16th October
    5.45pm
    Waterstones, Orchard Square

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  • Mapping the Metropolis: The Wonder of Tokyo’s Yamanote

    Join Dr Mark Pendleton for a visual journey around the cosmopolitan Yamanote, Tokyo’s elevated railway line encircling the city.

    This talk is part of the Off The Shelf Festival

    Monday 15th October
    5.45pm
    Waterstones, Orchard Square

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  • A successful BAJS Conference in Sheffield

    The School of East Asian Studies welcomed over 200 Japanese experts to Sheffield in September for the triannual British Association for Japanese Studies Conference.

    Initial feedback from the delegates has named this as the best BAJS conference ever, and said that SEAS has set a new standard for the Association.

    Categorised under: Events and BAJS Conference 2018

  • BAJS Conference 2018: Draft Programme

    The draft programme for the British Association for Japanese Studies Conference 2018, with listings of all accepted panels and individual papers is now available for viewing.

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  • BAJS Conference 2018: Postgraduate Student Workshop

    The British Association for Japanese Studies (BAJS) is pleased to invite the participation of Postgraduate students in a workshop to be held on the morning of 5th September 2018 at INOX, University of Sheffield, to precede its annual conference.

    Categorised under: Events, Students and BAJS Conference 2018

  • BAJS Conference 2018: Student Poster Session

    The BAJS conference committee would like to invite submissions for a Student Poster Session during our annual conference organised at the University of Sheffield, UK, 5-7 September 2018. The session will be open for students at all levels of study and is a great opportunity to showcase student research across the UK.

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  • BAJS Conference 2018: Crisis? What Crisis? Continuity, and Change in Japan

    The School of East Asian Studies will be hosting the 2018 British Association for Japanese Studies Conference in Sheffield 5th- 7th September 2018. 

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  • Japan Now North

    Wednesday 21st February - Saturday 3rd March 2018

    Japan Now North is a week of activities celebrating art, culture, literature and film in Sheffield, home of one of Europe’s leading academic centres for research and teaching on Japan. Events take place across the city, including talks with renowned filmmaker and photographer Mika Ninagawa, writer Tomoyuki Hoshino and an exhibition and workshop with Japan-based photographer and visual artist Suzanne Mooney. We will also welcome documentary filmmakers Megumi Sasaki and the Peabody award-winning Kyoko Miyake, and host the UK premiere of Sasaki’s documentary A Whale of a Tale.

    Categorised under: School News, Events and East Asian Text and Culture

  • The Social Mediascape of Transnational Korean Popular Culture

    By Dal Yong Jin, Professor in the School of Communication, Simon Fraser University

    31st January 2018, Lecture Theatre 6, The Diamond, 5pm- 6.15 pm (followed by drinks reception)

    Categorised under: Events and East Asian Text and Culture

  • Exploring Japanese Science Fiction Cinema

    As part of the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences Dr Kate Taylor-Jones from SEAS and her colleague Dr Amy Chambers from Newcastle University and leading an interactive talk exploring the history of Japanese science fiction with short film clips and discussion

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  • Urban Segregation and Inequality in Europe and China Conference

    The Sheffield Methods Institute in collaboration with the School of East Asian Studies at the University of Sheffield is hosting a three-quarter day conference focused on residential segregation and inequality in European and Chinese cities on 31 July 2017.

    Categorised under: Events and Movement(s), Economy and Development in East Asia

  • China and the G20

    Coinciding with the G20 Summit held in Hangzhou between 5-6 September 2016, the School of East Asian Studies hosted a public lecture on ‘China and the G20’ by Emeritus Professor Peter Drysdale.

    Categorised under: Events, Power, Cooperation and Compitition in East Asia and Global Summits

  • China and the G20 - Public Lecture by Professor Peter Drysdale

    This public lecture, presented by Emeritus Professor Peter Drysdale will take place just after the G20 meeting in China and will discuss the events that took place.

    Friday 9th September, 16:00, Firth Court, LT F02

    Categorised under: Events, Power, Cooperation and Compitition in East Asia and Global Summits