European Association for Japanese Studies

Prof. Dr. Edward BOYLE

Prof. Dr. Edward BOYLE It is a tremendous honour to have been elected as EAJS Council member. I only attended my first EAJS conference in Lisbon in 2017, but I am driven by the desire that every subsequent event I attend be characterized by the vibrancy and collegiality which distinguished this wonderful conference. The EAJS […]

EAJS General Meeting 2023

As is the tradition of the EAJS, we will hold the EAJS General Meeting following the 17th EAJS International Conference (17-20 August 2023). In accordance with § 6 (1) of the EAJS Constitution, the EAJS Council would like to hereby invite all EAJS members to this meeting. Further information and the agenda for the meeting […]

EAJS 2023: Religious Space

Religious Space: Power, Worship, and Image in Medieval Japan Room 6.60, Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, Blandijnberg 2, 9000, Gent Workshop description The formation of medieval Japanese culture had been profoundly affected by religion, predominantly Buddhism. This phenomenon led not only to the emergence of particular forms of medieval state rulership, but also gave structure […]

EAJS 2023 Artists in Residence

Artists In Residence Thomas Piercy, hichirikiLish Lindsey, ryūtekiFabio Rambelli, shō Programme Performers Kimono ExhibitionVANDENHOVE PaviljoenAugust 17, 14:00 Banshikichō no chōshi 盤渉調調子 – Fabio Rambelli, shō solo (Modal prelude in Banshikichō, equivalent to B dorian) Seigaiha 青海波 – Thomas Piercy, hichiriki – Lish Lindsey, ryūteki – Fabio Rambelli, shō Opening CeremonyAula AcademicaAugust 17, 16:00 Fabio Rambelli, […]

Urs Matthias Zachmann

Professor of Modern Japanese Culture and History at Freie Universitaet Berlin Statement The European Association of Japanese Studies is one of the key professional organisations in the field of Japanese Studies. This applies to Europe, of course, but increasingly so also to academic communities in Japan, or the US. Being a member of the council […]

2023 Information for convenors and authors

Rules for submissions All delegates may only present once. Convenors may present a paper in their own panel, or, if they wish, be the chair/discussant in their own panel, and present a paper elsewhere (they cannot do both). All paper-givers may also have an additional role as the discussant in another panel – not the […]

2021 Sections

Accordion Title Accordion Content Urban, Regional and Environmental Studies –> Urb (was Section 1) Theme: Human mobilities, demographic change and post-growth societies Section convenors: Adrian Favell and Susanne Klien Keywords: Post-growth, sustainability, social-spatial polarization, political ecology, urban/rural inequalities, mobilities and migration, transnationalism This section will offer as always a welcoming reception to a wide range […]

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Post grid with image and title – posts in category “news” Professor Josef Kreiner wins 4th NIHU Prize for Japanese Studies New EAJS Website! EAJS 2023 conference 3rd Publication Workshop 2022 TIFO Fellows Load More Post grid with title and excerpt – posts in category “about” EAJS Council Members 2020-2023 See the list of EAJS […]

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EAJS-TIFO Alumni Network

Facebook Twitter Youtube Login contact European Association for Japanese Studies ヨーロッパ日本研究協 Welcome to the EAJS-TIFO Alumni Network The European Association for Japanese Studies (EAJS) and the Toshiba International Foundation (TIFO) intend to foster networking activities among EAJS-TIFO Alumni, i.e. previous recipients of Toshiba International Foundation Fellowships and participants in the EAJS Ph.D. Workshops. Posts from […]