Events

“Resilience in the Margins: Grassroots Women’s NGOs, Feminist Expertise, and a New Paradigm for Japanese Post-Disaster Reconstruction”

Wednesday, March 22, 12:30-13:30 @ Asian Centre 604

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Rebalancing competing values relating to the right to be forgotten and users’ rights: Toward a new conception of rights in the age of AI, IoT, and Robotics

Wednesday March 29, 12:30-13:30 @UBC Peter Allard School of Law Room 106 (1822 East Mall)

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Study In Japan

Tuesday, March 21, 17:30-19:00 @CK Choi Building Room 120

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DOUBLE EXPOSURE

Symposium: Missionary Photographs of Meiji-Taisho Japan, March 24, 12-4PM @IKBLC Lillooet Room

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Press Start Gaming Conference

Press Start Gaming Conference

27th -28th Feb 2015
Where scholars, players , and designers come together to discuss Japanese videogames and gaming culture.

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PAST CJR Lunchtime Lecture Series Selected

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.

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JSAC 2010 Annual Conference

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.

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Past Invited Speakers

A list of invited speakers and topics.

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Other Events and Screenings

“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

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Conference Japanese and Canadian Research into Immigration and Foreign Workers

Conference: Japanese and Canadian Research into Immigration and Foreign Workers

(Supported by the Japan Foundation) Nov. 18-21, 2009 Room 120, C.K. Choi Building, 1855 West Mall ORGANIZED BY: DAVID EDGINGTON, GEOGRAPHY, UBC Presenters will include: Atsuko Abe, Oberlin College; Yasushi Iguchi, Kwansei Gakuin University; Atsushi Kondo, Meijo University; Stephen Nagy, Waseda University; Gerry Pratt, UBC; Glenda Roberts, Waseda University; Leonie Sandercock, UBC; Yuko Shibata, UBC; […]

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