Our CJS Winter e-Newsletter is out now! In this issue we will be celebrating our 20th episode of our Beyond Japan podcast series with a look back on our top three episodes to date. JapanInNorwich.org has also seen a makeover with a new MAIJS Student Spot to keep our students enrolled on our MA inContinue reading “CJS Winter e-Newsletter Winter 2021”
Listen on your favourite podcast platform or stream on YouTube This week we are joined by Professor Hugo Dobson, Professor of Japan’s International Relations, to discuss the cancelled 46th G7 summit. We will explore the summit’s controversies and changes, reflecting the seismic political changes seen within G7 nations over 2020. We will explore the summit’sContinue reading “Beyond Japan Ep. #21: Global Summitry – The G7 and World Politics in 2020 with Professor Hugo Dobson”
Listen on your favourite podcast platform or stream on YouTube This week we are joined by Dr Paulina Kolata to discuss lived religion in rural Japan, exploring the active role Buddhism and its institutions play in day-to-day life in such issues as rural depopulation. Paulina Kolata obtained her PhD in 2019 from The University ofContinue reading “Beyond Japan Ep. #20: Buddhism as Lived Religion in Rural Japan with Dr Paulina Kolata”
Listen on your favourite podcast platform or stream on YouTube 明けましておめでとうございますand welcome back to Beyond Japan! This week, for our first episode of 2021, we are joined by Dr Jamie Coates, anthropologist and lecturer in East Asian Studies at the University of Sheffield, to look at migrant communities in Tokyo and Japan at large, exploringContinue reading “Beyond Japan Ep. #19: Migrant Communities of Tokyo with Dr Jamie Coates”
Next week, the UEA is holding virtual open days for its postgraduate courses, including our MA Interdisciplinary Japanese Studies. The Open Days run from Monday 18 to Thursday 21 January and can be joined at any time.
Listen on your favourite podcast platform This week, for our final episode of 2020, we are joined by Dr Paula Curtis, historian of premodern Japan at Yale University, for a topical discussion on Digital Japanese Studies, considering how moving the field online through incorporating digital methods, tools and resources might alter its future direction. WeContinue reading “Beyond Japan Ep. #18: Digitising Japanese Studies with Dr Paula Curtis”