Susanne Klien interviews Prof emer. Josef Kreiner

Josef Kreiner is Professor Emeritus, Bonn University. Born in Vienna, Austria, in 1940, he has conducted numerous fieldwork projects in Southwest Japan and the Ryūkyū Islands. He was professor of Japanology and director of the Institute of Japanese Studies at Bonn University from 1977-1988, founding director of the German Institute of Japanese Studies, Tokyo from … Read more Susanne Klien interviews Prof emer. Josef Kreiner

Conference Travel Grants to participate at JAWS conferences

JAWS members may apply for a travel grant to cover transport and/or accommodation costs of max. €250. Eligibility: the applicant must be – a JAWS member and a graduate student or precariously employed academic. – confirmed to present a paper at the JAWS conference. – write a conference report to be published on the JAWS … Read more Conference Travel Grants to participate at JAWS conferences

English Language Editing Grants

JAWS is delighted to be able support its members by providing English language editing of academic articles. Eligibility: – The author must be a JAWS member.– The article must be of high and publishable quality.– In the case of native speakers of English, eligibility is restricted to graduate students. In the case of non-native speakers, … Read more English Language Editing Grants

EAJS/JAWS Conference Lisbon 2017 – Report Nanase SHIROTA

Nanase SHIROTA ns637[@]cam.ac.uk University of Cambridge The 15thEAJS international conference took place at the Faculdade de Ciências Socialis e Humanas of the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa in Lisbon, Portugal from 30 August to 2 September with beautiful blue sky and a warm weather. Over 1200 academics and researchers working in the field of Japanese Studies were … Read more EAJS/JAWS Conference Lisbon 2017 – Report Nanase SHIROTA

EAJS/JAWS Conference Lisbon 2017 – Report Christopher Tso

Christopher TsoUniversity of Cambridge The 15thInternational JAWS/EAJS 2017 Conference took place from 30 August to 2 September at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal. In the Anthropology and Sociology section, colleagues from Europe and further afield gathered to discuss themes of affect and sense as well as a range of other topics. I would like … Read more EAJS/JAWS Conference Lisbon 2017 – Report Christopher Tso

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