u:japan lectures | Season 2 | Spring 2021

14.02.2021

The second season of the u:japan lectures will start soon (at the 4th of March 2021), consisting of 13 distinguished scholars delivering lectures about crucial subjects in Japanese studies. For more information visit japanologie.univie.ac.at/ujapanlectures

  •  #1 | 2021-03-04 | Jasmin Rückert | Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf
    Geschlecht und Faschismus in Darstellungen der japanischen Siedlungsaktivitäten in der Mandschurei
  •  #2 | 2021-03-11 | Nora Kottmann & Elisabeth Scherer | DIJ Tokyo & HHU Düsseldorf 
    Love in the Time of COVID-19. The ‘New Normal’ in the TV Series #rimorabu  (“Remote Love”) | LUNCH LECTURE
  •  #3 | 2021-03-18 | Anne Aronsson | University of Zurich
    Conceptualizing Robotic Agency: Social Robots in Elder Care in Contemporary Japan
  •  #4 | 2021-03-25 | Katharina Hülsmann | HHU Düsseldorf
    Transcultural Potentials of Dōjinshi Culture
  • #5 | 2021-04-15 | Gabriele Vogt | LMU Munich
    Local Governance in Okinawa
  • #6 | 2021-04-22 | Katarzyna J. Cwiertka | Leiden University
    From Cellophane to Thermoplastics: The packaging revolution of postwar Japan
  • #7 | 2021-04-29 | Edward Mack | University of Washington
    Japanese Literary Nationalism
  • #8 | 2021-05-06 | Aya Homei | Manchester University
    Science for Governing Japan's Population
  • #9 | 2021-05-20 | Uchida Yukiko | Kyoto University
    Interdependent well-being: How do Japanese seek and feel well-being? | LUNCH LECTURE
  • #10 | 2021-05-27 | Christoph Brumann | Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
    From Private to Public and Back? The Townscape Councils of Kyoto
  • #11 | 2021-06-10 | Sabine Frühstück | UC Santa Barbara
    East Asia, Bodies, Antibodies
  • #12 | 2021-06-17 | Conny Reiher | FU Berlin
    Revitalizing rural Japan through crafts
  • #13 | 2021-06-24 | Brigitte Steger | Cambridge University
    Waste disposal as consumption work