The UBC Centre for Japanese Research (CJR) Lunchtime Lecture Series presents a lineup of stimulating talks from scholars and graduate students on a wide variety of Japan-related research topics. All talks are free and open to the UBC community.
The annual conference of the Japanese Studies Association of Canada (JSAC) is the only national level meeting bringing together a wide range of scholars from Canada and other countries, such as Japan and the United States. The meeting provides a valuable and unique scholarly gathering of Japanese studies in Canada.
“Japanese Politics and Economy: What Course Should Japan Take?” Katsuyuki Yakushiji Senior Staff Writer, Asahi Shimbun Annual Meeting, Japan Studies Association of Canada Program (PDF) Film Screening “Campaign” by Kazuhiro SODA “Constructing Successful Societies: Social Changes and Policy Innovations in Canada, Japan, and South Korea” A Canada-Japan-Korea Social Policy Research Collaboration Workshop
Over the course of 2007, CJR along with its sister-centres in the Institute of Asian Research is planning to hold a series of events to commemorate its 15th anniversary, to celebrate accomplishments over the past 15 years, and to look toward the future in mapping out the trajectory of research on Japan at UBC.