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—————————————————  New Directions in Japanese Studies  ——————————————————

The Israeli Association for Japanese Studies (IAJS)
 
Symposium on
New Directions in Japanese Studies

 
Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Haifa, 9-12 November 2014
 

Day I
9 November 2014
Tel Aviv University
Gilman 180, 16:00-18:00
 
Seminar: 16:00-18:00
New Methods of Japanese Language Teaching
Mr. Joji Ikezu
Japan Foundation, Cairo Office
The seminar is open for Japanese language teachers and will introduce new methods in Japanese language teaching. Pre-registration is required.
  • Language: Japanese
 
Day II
11 November 2014
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Abba Eban Hall, 10:00-16:00
 
Workshop: 10:30–13:00
Publishing a Monograph in Japanese Studies
 
 Mr. Robert Graham
Director of Publications, Harvard University Asia Center
 
The workshop will focus on the process of publishing a monograph in Asian studies and in Japanese studies in particular. The workshop is open for PhD students and scholars from all areas of Asian studies
  • Language: English. Pre-registration is required.

Journal Inauguration Ceremony, 14:30-15:00
Inauguration Ceremony of IAJS Graduate Students Online Journal
Innovative Research in Japanese Studies (IRJS)

Prof. Ben Ami-Shillony, Hebrew University and Honorary President of IAJS
Dr. Michal Daliot-Bul, University of Haifa and Editor of IRJS
 
Guest Lecture, 15:00-16:30
Changing Japanese Party System: From 1955 Set Up to the 1993 Set Up
Prof. Shiratori Hiroshi
Director of Policy Science Institute, Hosei University
President of the Japan Area and Political Studies Association
 
Chair: Dr. Nissim Otmazgin, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Chair of IAJS
Discussant: Prof. Ehud Harari, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
·        Language: English
 
Day III
12 November 2014
University of Haifa
 Mitzpor Rabin, Rabin Building, 10:30-17:30
 
Round Table Discussion: 10:30-12:00
New Directions in Japanese Language Teaching

Convener: Dr. Mika Levy-Yamamori, Tel Aviv University

Guest: Mr. Joji Ikezu, Japan Foundation, Cairo Office

Participants:
Ms. Noa Oppenheim, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Ms. Sigal Schneider, University of Haifa
Ms. Hisae Sato, Tel Hai Academic College
Dr. Mika Levy-Yamamori, Tel Aviv University
 
Language: English/Japanese
 
Panel Discussion: 13:00-14:30
The Relevance of Japanese Studies
 
Convener: Dr. Michal Daliot-Bul, University of Haifa
 
Dr. Tsipy Ivry, University of Haifa
The importance of intercultural comparative studies 
Ms. Wered Ben-Sade, Bar Ilan University
Learning from the Japanese legal culture
Dr. Michal Daliot-Bul, University of Haifa
Considering Japanese Studies within the larger framework of Liberal Arts Education
Ms. Gal Lahav, University of Haifa
When considering future prospects, are Japanese Studies a waste of time?
  • Language: Hebrew
 
Panel Discussion: 15:00-17:00
What are Japanese Studies?

Convener: Prof. Rotem Kowner, University of Haifa
 
Prof. Rotem Kowner, University of Haifa
What is Japanese Studies? Definitions and General Observations
Prof. Eyal Ben-Ari, Kinneret Center for Society, Security and Peace
Japanese Studies in Comparative Perspective: How Are Area/Regional Studies Constructed?
Dr. Ayelet Zohar, Tel Aviv University
Contemporary Japanese Art: Under Japanese Studies or Global Discourses?
Dr. Shalmit Bejarano, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Thinking the Future of Japanese History of Art within the Context of Area Studies and Global Art History
  • Language: Hebrew
 
For inquiries and registration please contact con.iajs@gmail.com 
 
The Israeli Association for Japanese Studies (IAJS) is a cross-university association dedicated to the promotion of research and teaching of Japan in Israel. IAJS is a non-profit organization whose aims are to address the academic interest in Israel in the field of Japanese studies and the need for better coordination among the various researchers and academic institutions working in the field. IAJS seeks to encourage Japanese-related research and dialogue in Israel, to promote Japanese language teaching, to organize symposiums, workshops and conferences in the field of Japanese studies, and to advance the academic ties and collaboration with other associations and academic institutions of Japanese studies abroad (www.japan-studies.org). 




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