Programme Overview

Wednesday, August 31, 2005

9:00 Registration
10.00-11.00 Presentation: Overcoming Japanese Script Barrier (Emmerich Simoncsics)
10.00–11.00 Video Presentation: Gender In Popular Tales (Sasaki Mizue)
11:00–13:00
14:30–16:00 Opening Plenary Session
Keynote Speech by Prof. Yokoyama Toshio (Kyoto University)
16.30–17.30 Video Presentation: Gender In Popular Tales (repetition)
16:30–18:00
opening sessions
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19:00 Welcome Reception
  **  Numbers 1-8 refer to the Conference Sections.
Click them to go directly to the specific session.

Thursday, September 1, 2005

9:00
sessions #1
10:30 coffee break
11:00
sessions #2
12:30 lunch break
14:30
sessions #3
16:00 coffee break
16:30
sessions #4
18:00 end of the academic programme
19.00 Concert: Japan in Western Light Music (Sponsored by Toshiba Foundation)
   

Friday, September 2, 2005

9:00
sessions #5
10:30 coffee break
11:00
sessions #6
12:30 lunch break
14:30
sessions #7
16:00 coffee break
16:30
sessions #8
18:00 end of the academic programme
   

Saturday, September 3, 2005

9:00-10:30 Special Presentation: Caricatures on Ukiyoe from 1842 to 1905
9:00
sessions #9
10:30 coffee break
11:00-12:30 Special Lecture and Presentation: Japanese traditional textile art focusing on KOHO’s textile art (Koho Tatsumura)
11:00
sessions #10
12:30 lunch break
14:30 EAJS General Assembly and Closing Ceremony
16:30

End of Conference

Farewell Cocktail sponsored by The Japan Foundation

 

The conference is divided into eight sections dedicated to specific fields of research:

  1. Urban and Environmental Studies
  2. Linguistics and Language Teaching
  3. Literature: a) Modern, b) Premodern
  4. Visual and Performing Arts
  5. Anthropology and Sociology
  6. Economics and Economic History
  7. History, Politics and International Relations
  8. Religion and History of Ideas

Each section is organized by different section convenors. For detailed section programmes please follow the links above, or in the navigation menu on the top left.

You may also click on the numbers in the table above, to go directly to the respective session of the section's programme.

Please note that all programme information is still subject to change.