Join us on Thursday 13th October for the autumn series of our CJS Research Seminars with Naosuke Mukoyama, who will be re-evaluating the idea of the sovereign state through the lens of early modern Japan.
In July 2021, hosted by the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, Dr Christopher Hayes and Dr Duncan Breeze brought together an international group of scholars for the event ‘Internationalisation Interrupted’: a workshop that explored the global position of Japan during the build-up to Tokyo 2020. One year on, and two Olympic events later, we now once again invite scholars back for a follow-up event that considers the impact of the games on Japan.
The Centre for Japanese Studies at the University of East Anglia and the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures are pleased to invite applications for the 2022 TIFO Online Summer Programme in Japanese Cultural Studies, running from Monday 1st to Friday 12th August 2022.
Watch the Kyoto National Museum’s International Symposium “Dunhuang Forgeries and Recent Silk Roads Research” on YouTube in English, Japanese and Chinese.
Watch our webinar with Dr Andrew Littlejohn who discusses how to live sustainably in a world damaged by both intensifying hazards and their mitigating technologies.
Join us on Thurs 24th February for our CJS Research Seminar where Sebastian Maslow discusses North Korea in Japanese political, academic and public discourse.
Saturday 26 February | 10:00-15:00 The Forum, Norwich NR2 1TF Free to attend, no booking required Are you interested in Japanese language and culture? Perhaps you have thought about learning Japanese or visiting Japan one day? If so, this is a fantastic event for you, with a Japanese language taster, origami, Japanese calligraphy and more.Continue reading “Discover Japan”
Join us on Thurs 24th February for our CJS Research Seminar with Dr Rayna Denison as she explores a history of women at Studio Ghibli, reconsidering Ghibli’s reputation for feminism.
Join us on Thurs 9th Dec for our CJS Research Seminar where Prof Stephen Dodd describes his experience translating two of Mishima Yukio’s texts, ‘Beautiful Star’ and ‘Life for Sale’.
Join us on 18 November for our annual Robert Sainsbury Lecture given by Rebecca Salter, President of the Royal Academy of the Arts.