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THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR JAPAN STUDIES (IAJS)
7th CONVENTION

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Date & Time:

Saturday, 29 October, 2011, 12:30-18:15

Place:

C502•C503, Kyoto Women's University,
35 Imakumano-kitahiyoshi-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, 605-8501 Japan

Access:

http://www.kyoto-wu.ac.jp/access/index.html

Contact:

Prof. Dr. Takashi Hirota,Faculty of Life Science, Kyoto Women's Univ.,
Tel: 075-531-7250; Fax : 075-531-7171; E-mail: hirota@kyoto-wu.ac.jp

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Non-members: 2,000G Students:1,000

Language to be used: English

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The International Association for Japan Studies

Office: Kinki Health Welfare University (Room7210),
1966-5 Takaoka, Fukusaki-cho, Kanzaki-gun, Hyogo, 679-2217 Japan
Tel: 0790-22-2620; Fax: 0790-23-0662; E-mail: rin@sw.kinwu.ac.jp



PROGRAM

Registration


12:00-12:30
Room C502

General Chair Mitsuhiro Tokunaga (Fukuoka Institute of Technology)

Greetings

Nakamura Yasuyuki (Dean, Faculty of Life Science, Kyoto Womenfs University)

12:30-12:40
Room C502

Opening Remarks Koichi Kimura (President, IAJS, Waseda University)

Part I@Research Reports : Japanese Literature

12:40-15:00
Room C502

Chair Leith Morton (Vice-President, IAJS, Tokyo Institute of Technology)

1.


Transformations of the ‘Whose sleeves?’ (Tagasode) Motif in Various Art Forms : An Interdisciplinary Study of Art, Literature and Design [Abstract]

Kamo Mizuho
(Ritsumeikan University, Graduate School of Letters, Ph.D.candidate)


2.


Salt, Fire and Water : Means of Entering the Sacred [Abstract]

Carmen Tamas
(Osaka Electro-Communication University)


3.


Globalization Discourses in Contemporary Japanese Literature : Constructions of Power(lessness)in Kirino Natsuo's Metabora [Abstract]

Kristina Iwata-Weickgenannt
(German Institute for Japanese Studies, Tokyo)

4.


Writing the Silence of Merchandized Women : Higuchi Ichiyo's portrait of the Subaltern in “Troubled Waters” [Abstract]

Charles Cabell
(Toyo University)

5.


The Female Body and Soul : Puberty, Disease, Madness and Old Age in Shimazaki Toson's Short Stories Aru Onna no Shogai and Nobi Jitaku [Abstract]

Holca Irina
(OsakaUniversity)

Intermission

15:00-15:20

Part II@Symposium : Language Education

15:20-18:00
Room C502

Chair Tomita Kaoru (Yamagata University)

1.

Effects of Recasts and Uptake on Japanese EFL Learners’ Acquisition of Regular and Irregular Past Tense Forms [Abstract]

Asari Yoko
(Waseda University, Ph.D.candidate)


2.

Between Translations – The Significance of Haruki Murakami's Translation of The Great Gatsby [Abstract]

Izumisawa Miyuki
(Shimonoseki City University)

3.

French Prosody Read by Japanese Learners [Abstract]

Bertrand Sauzedde
(Ritsumeikan University)


4.

Japanese(as a Second)Language Acquisition among American University Students in the Study Abroad Context : Examining Their Language Proficiency, Motivation, and Cultural Understanding [Abstract]

Matsumoto Hiroshi
(Soka University of America)

5.

Refusing to Identify Nation with Person : Humanistic Direction of Japanese Studies [Abstract]

Peng Peng
(Association of an Interchange of Child between Japan and China)



Part III@Research Reports : Japanese Culture

12:40-15:00
Room C503

Chair@Nakashima Tomoko (Kinki Health Welfare University)

1.

Identities in Transition : Korean Women in Japan [Abstract]

Jackie Kim-Wachutka
(Tuebingen University, Ph.D.candidate)

2.

Shadows of Byzantium : The Coming of the Eastern Orthodox Church in Japan [Abstract]

Marco De Baggis
(Graduated at Instituto Universitario Orientale, Naples)

3.

Mythical Recurrences of Fear in “Ring” and “Dark Water” by Film-Maker Nakata Hideo [Abstract]

Julien Bernardi
(Kinjo Gakuin University)

4.

Japan and Fluxus : The Role and Importance of Japanese Musicians in the Fluxus Art Movement [Abstract]

Luciana Galliano
(University Ca’ Foscari di Venice)

Chair Hirota Takashi (Kyoto Women University)

5.


Japanese Traditional Costume : The Ethical and Aesthetic Content [Abstract]

Rybalko Svitlana
(Kharkiv State Academy of Culture)


6.

Selling “Japan” to the West : Kimono Culture in the Twentieth Century [Abstract]

Suzuki Keiko
(Ritsumeikan University)

7.

From Aramaki Yoshio's Flabby Engineering to Ito Keikaku's Nanotopia : Evolution of the Nano Imagination in Japanese Science Fiction [Abstract]

Denis Taillandier
(Ritsumeikan University)

Intermission

15:00-15:20

Part IV@Symposium : Japanese Society

15:20-18:00
Room C503

Chair Ito Yutaka(Yamagata University)

1.

The Emerging Pattern of River Basin Governance in 21st Century Japan : A Case Study of the Kizu River Basin [Abstract]

Chakraborty Abhik
(Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Ph.D.candidate)

2.

Japan's Foreign Policy Adjustments in Vietnam after the Vietnam War [Abstract]

Pham Ngoc Anh
(Hanoi National University of Education)

3.

Position of International Organizations in Japan's Foreign Policy : A Study of Personnel System of Japanese Professionals in International Organizations [Abstract]

Minagawa Moeko
(Doshisha University, Ph.D.candidate)

4.

Sociology of Legitimacy as a Method for Japanese Studies [Abstract]

Simon Serverin
(Ritsumeikan University)

5.

Marathon Culture of Kansai and Newspaper Report [Abstract]

Shimizu Yasuo
(Japan Masters Track Association)

6.

Reflections on Harassment Practices at a Japanese University [Abstract]

Fiona Creaser
(Osaka University)


Closing Remarks

Leith Morton
(Vice-President, IAJS, Tokyo Institute of Technology)

18:00-18:15
Room C502

General Meeting


18:15-18:30
Room C502

Reception


18:30-20:30