Join us on Thursday 27 April for a hybrid session of our CJS Research Seminar series with Sharon Kinsella.
Join us on Thursday 16th March for a hybrid session of our CJS Research Seminar series with Dr Garren Mulloy.
Join us on Tuesday 7th March for a hybrid session of our CJS Research Seminar series with Dr Robert Hellyer.
Join us on Thursday 16th February for a hybrid session of our CJS Research Seminar series with Dr Jaqueline Berndt.
Welcome to the 2022 Centre for Japanese Studies e-Newsletter. This year for many has been one of reconnecting with friends, partners and colleagues, while also finding our way in the post-pandemic world. 2022 saw the return to in-person events – for CJS, this began with our spring reception following the Sasakawa Postgraduate Studentship workshop inContinue reading “CJS e-Newsletter 2022: The Year in Review”
Join us on Thursday 24th November for the next online instalment of our CJS Research Seminar series with Gunde Dauksyte.
Join us on Thursday 27th October for a hybrid session of our CJS Research Seminar series with András Bartók.
Oliver is joined by Sophie Richard, art historian, museum specialist and acclaimed writer, as we explore art museums in Japan of every variety. From her training at École du Louvre, Sophie has visited museums across the archipelago, broadening her understanding of what a museum can be and inspiring her to write a book on capturing this for the non-Japanese speaking art lover.
Oliver is joined by Adam Hunt, PhD candidate at the University of Sheffield, to compare crime between Japan and the UK and how factors such as attitudes towards former convicts affects “desistance”; that is, attempts to reduce the rate of reoffending.
Welcome back to the second series of Beyond Japan! This week the tables are turned as Professor Simon Kaner, Director of the Sainsbury Institute, interviews host Oliver Moxham on the topic of his recently completed master’s thesis, Reinterpreting Difficult Heritage.