【Call for participation】2018 Intellectual Exchange Programme between Japan and Europe in Alsace Japanese Study Seminar: Transfiguration of employment at the time of globalization and technical innovation: A question about Japanese employment practice in the present and the future
|Deadline for applications (extended):||July 20 (Fri.), 2018|
The Japan Foundation is currently calling for participation for the Intellectual Exchange Programme between Japan and Europe in Alsace as follows.
Call for Participants
Intellectual Exchange Programme between Japan and Europe in Alsace Japanese Study Seminar: Everyday Life and Culture
Dates：Monday, October 14 – Tuesday, October 17, 2018
Venue：Centre Européen d’Etudes Japonaises d’AlsaceExternal (Kientzheim, France)
Language：Japanese (no interpretation)
Deadline for applications: July 20 (Wed.), 2018 Deadline extended
Details in English
The Japan Foundation and Centre Européen d'Études Japonaises d'Alsace (CEEJA) have carried out a series of seminars since 2007, with an aim to encourage networking among young researchers on Japan in Europe and further promote Japanese studies in Europe. Participants will join a two-day intensive workshop in the cosy and intimate atmosphere of CEEJA's facility in Kientzheim where they will present and discuss their current research projects with fellow participants and a guest mentor. The theme of this year’s seminar will be “Labour and work” and titled as “Transfiguration of employment at the time of globalization and technical innovation: A question about Japanese employment practice in the present and the future (グローバル化と技術革新の時代における雇用の変貌：日本型雇用慣行の現在・将来を問う).” We are calling for applications from young researchers in Europe specializing in Sociology, Gender Studies, Literature, History, Arts, Language, Philosophy, Political Science, Economics, etc.
Associate Professor Sandra SCHAAL, at Strasburg University, is specialized in Historical Sociology, Cultural Sociology, Women Studies,
1.Number of presenters: approximately 10 participants
(1)Each presenter is to make 20-min presentation on their research theme.
(2)One can make a presentation that has already been presented elsewhere.
(3)Each presentation is to be followed by the mentors’ comments and discussions in JAPANESE.
3.Papers: prior to the seminar, all participants are expected to submit their papers, in Japanese or English, which will be edited and compiled for publication after the seminar.
The Japan Foundation Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange Department, Europe, Middle East and Africa Section
Person in charge: Erina Ishikawa (Ms.)
Email: oca＠jpf.go.jp(When sending an e-mail, please enter a half-width character "@" instead of a full-width character "@.")