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12 EAJS PhD Workshop
Paris, 4-7 July 2016
12th EAJS Workshop for Doctoral Students
at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, France
4-7 July 2016
Participants
Advisors
- Senior advisors
Reiko Abe Auestad (University of Oslo)
Emiko Ohnuki-Tierney (University of Wisconsin /
Guilbourg Delamotte (INALCO)
Institut d’Études Avancées de Paris)
Eddy Dufourmont
Thomas Pellard (INALCO)
(Bordeaux-Montaigne University)
Mary Picone (EHESS)
Masayo Fujimoto (Doshisha University)
Cécile Sakai (Paris Diderot University)
Hélène Le Bail (Science Po)
Daniel Struve (Paris Diderot University)
Sébastien Lechevalier (EHESS)
Bernard Thomann (INALCO)
Estelle Leggeri-Bauer (INALCO)
- Junior advisors
Sophie Buhnik (Paris 1 University)
Naoko Hosokawa (CNRS)
Yannick Bardy (INALCO)
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Doctoral Students
Maria L. Bugno (University of Cambridge)
Thorsten Kerp (University of Bonn)
Heuishilja Chang (University of Oxford)
Ami Kobayashi (Humboldt-University Berlin)
Szymon Czerkawski (University of Bonn)
Kanako Kuramitsu(University of Birmingham)
Aura Di Febo (The University of Manchester)
Federico Manglavite (University of Oxford)
Julia Gerster( FU Berlin)
Nathalie Phillips (University of Edinburgh)
Elsa Gonay (University of Geneva)
Veronica De Pieri
Michael Grieser
(Ca Foscari University of Venice / INALCO)
(Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich)
Mina Qiao (Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich)
Bruce Grover (University of Heidelberg)
Joey Soehardjojo (Warwick Business School)
Fynn Holm (University of Zurich)
Sarah Tanke (Science Po Paris)
Matthias Huber (Vienna University)
Shira Taube-Dayan (The University of Haifa)
Programme
DAY 1 Monday, 4 July 2016
17:00 – 21:00 Welcome Reception
17:00: Welcoming the students at the EHESS
18:00-19:00 Keynote speech: Why and How Did I Write Flowers that Kill?: Some Future
Directions of Japanese Studies in Academia and beyond by Emiko Ohnuki-Tierney
19:30-21:00: Cocktail
DAY 2 Tuesday, 5 July 2016
7:30 – 9:00
Breakfast (available at the hotel and the EHESS)
9:00 – 9:10
Welcome by Sébastien Lechevalier, President of the Fondation France Japon
de l’EHESS
Venue: EHESS, 190 avenue de France, 75013, Paris
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Note: Each session will start out with the presentations of the projects together.
Each presentation should not take more than 15 minutes. After the presentation,
the advisors will comment for about 10 minutes, followed by an open discussion.
9:10 –12:10
Session 1: Japan in its international context - 1
Advisor
9:10 – 9:50
Fynn Holm (University of Zurich)
E. Ohnuki,
“Nation building and Whaling in Northeast Japan”
N. Hosokawa
Ami Kobayashi (Humboldt University, Berlin)
E. Ohnuki,
“Performing “Nation”-Political Rituals and Marching in German and
N. Hosokawa
9:50–10:30
Japanese Schools (1870-1945)- ”
10:30–11:10
Kanako Kuramitsu (University of Birmingham)
H. Le Bail,
“Forgotten Voices of Children Born of War during the Sino-Japanese
S. Buhnik
War (1937-1945) and in the Immediate Post-war”
11:10–11:30
Coffee Break
11:30–12:50
Session 2: Japan in its international context - 2
11:30–12:10
Sarah Tanke (Sciences Po Paris)
G. Delamotte,
“Decision-making processes in foreign policy: the case of Japan and
S. Lechevalier
Human Security”
12:10–12:50
Bruce Grover (University of Heidelberg Institute of Japanese
E. Dufourmont,
Studies)
B. Thomann
“Reconcceptions of the Social Order in Interwar Japan: Religiosity,
Pan-Asianism and EconomicEthics”
12:50–14:00
Lunch
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14:00–15:20
Session 3: Japan in its international context - 3
14:00–14:40
Joey Soehardjojo (Warwick Business School)
S. Lechevalier,
“The Impact of Country of Origin and Domicile Effects on HR Policies
S. Buhnik
and practices of MNCs in an Emerging Market Economy Setting: The
Case of Japanese MNCs in Indonesia”
14:40–15:20
Matthias Huber (University ofVienna)
“Job satisfaction in context: On the construction of job construction in
M. Fujimoto,
a Japanese MNC”
S. Lechevalier,
15:20–15:40
Coffee break
15:40–17:00
Session 4: Literature – Ancient and Modern
15:40–16:20
Maria L. Bugno
(University of Cambridge)
“Shunpon: sex and humour in the rewritings of the early Edo period
D. Struve,
E. Leggeri-Bauer
literature”
16:20–17:00
Mina
Qiao
(Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich)
“Women in the Meze-- Gender, Crime, and Space in Kirino Natsuos
C. Sakai,
writings”
S. Buhnik
17:00–17:20
Coffee Break
17:20–18:00
Session 5: History of media
Elsa Gonay (University of Geneva)
E. Ohnuki,
"The Konoe affair: a media bashing in postwar Japan : Former Prime
N. Hosokawa
Minister Konoe Fumimaro under the fire from national press"
18:00–19:00
R. Abe Auestad,
General discussion of the Day 2
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DAY 3
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Wednesday, 6 July 2016
9:30 – 11:30
Session 6: Ancient History & Religions
9:30– 10:10
Szymon Andrzej Czerkawski (University of Bonn)
E. Leggeri-Bauer,
“Between Kyoto And Yoshino : the study of the Kikuchi, Kusunoki,
Y. Bardy
Shimazu and Yamana clans during the Era of the Northern and
Southern Courts (1333- 1392)”
10:10 – 10:50
Nathalie Phillips (University of Edinburgh)
E. Leggeri-Bauer,
“The epistemological significance of meta-physical beliefs within the
Y. Bardy
socio-political context of Heian Japan”
10:50 – 11:30
Thorsten Kerp (University of Bonn)
D. Struve,
“Between Coquetry and Gallantry: Masculinity Discourses in the Early
E. Ohnuki
Nineteenth Century”
11:30 – 11:50
Coffee Break
11:50 – 12:30
Session 7: Language
Federico Manglavite (University of Oxford)
D. Struve
“Tense in Middle Japanese”
T. Pellard
12:30 –13:45
Lunch
13:45 – 15:45
Session 8: Cities & Society
13:45 – 14:25
Michael Grieser (Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich)
S. Lechevalier
“Tokyo: Towards a Slow City? Strategies and initiatives aimed at
S. Buhnik
slowing urban contexts of life”
14:25 – 15:05
Heuishilja Chang (University of Oxford)
“The Future of Shrinking Rural Towns in Japan: Can Cittaslow
enhance their community resilience?”
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15:05 – 15:45
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Aura Di Febo
(University of Manchester)
“The social care activities of Japanese New Religions: Rissho
S. Lechevalier,
M. Picone
Koseikai as a case study”
15:45 –16:00
Coffee Break
16:00 –18:00
Session 9:
16:00 – 16:40
Veronica De Pieri (Ca Foscari University of Venice, INALCO)
R. Abe Auestad,
“Fukushima mémoires”
C. Sakai
Julia Gerster (Free University Berlin)
C. Sakai,
“Strategies of tsunagari : Maintaining social ties in post disaster
M. Picone
16:40 – 17:20
Fukushima disaster and its aftermath
Japan”
17:20 – 18:00
Shira Taube Dayan (The University of Haifa)
C. Sakai,
“Childhood Narratives of Mass Disasters’ Survivors in Japan A
M. Picone
Psycho-Cultural Study of the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011”
18:00–19:00
DAY 4
7:30 –
General discussion of the Day 3
Thursday, 7 July 2016
Breakfast
9:30 – 12:00
Cultural activity
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We gratefully acknowledge financial support for this event from:
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