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Call for Papers: International EAJS Conference in Lisbon, 2017



Call for Papers: 2017 Tanaka Symposium in Japanese Studies: ‘Literature After 3.11’



Job Announcement: Japan Digital Scholarship Librarian, Harvard University



Job Announcement: University of Cambridge: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (Assistant/Associate Professor) in Japanese Literature/Culture



Job Announcement: Assistant Professor in Japanese literature, University of Illinois



Job Announcement: University of Minnesota: Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Environmental History



Job Announcement: Assistant professor or associate professor of Japanese early-modern literature, Chiba University



Job Announcement: Open rank search for Japanese literature study at Yale University



Exhibition in Zürich: Itō Shinsui – Nostalgia and Modernity



Exhibition in Krakow, Poland: "Too Pretty to Throw Away: Packaging Design from Japan"


Next EAJS Conference

The 15th EAJS International Conference will be held from 30 August to 2 September 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal.

The conference website and proposal submission system is available at the following link: http://www.nomadit.co.uk/eajs/eajs2017/index

The submission system will open shortly. Until then, please send your paper or panel proposal via email to: eajs2017(at)nomadit.co.uk

Call for Papers

Section 1: Urban and Environmental Studies

Section 2: Language and Linguistics

Section 3a: Modern Literature

Section 3b: Premodern Literature

Section 4a: Visual Arts

Section 4b: Performing Arts

Section 5a: Anthropology and Sociology

Section 5b: Media Studies

Section 6: Economics, Business and Political Economy

Section 7: History

Section 8a: Religion

Section 8b: Intellectual History and Philosophy

Section 9: Politics and International Relations

Section 10: Japanese Language Education



Previous EAJS International Conferences

EAJS conferences have been held at the following places:

  • Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2014
  • Tallinn, Estonia, 2011
  • Lecce/Italy, 2008
  • Vienna/Austria, 2005
  • Warsaw/Poland, 2003
  • Lahti/Finland, 2000
  • Budapest/Hungary, 1997
  • Copenhagen/Denmark, 1994
  • Berlin/Germany, 1991
  • Durham/UK, 1988
  • Paris/France, 1985
  • The Hague/Netherlands, 1982
  • Florence/Italy, 1979
  • Zurich/Switzerland, 1976
  • London/UK, 1973

Conference reports are available here.

The next EAJS International Conference will be held in Lisbon, Portugal in 2017. These events are a good opportunity to meet and talk with a wide range of scholars in the field of Japanese studies from different European countries and Japan. Outstanding scholars from Japan are usually invited as guest speakers and give an overview of recent developments in their special field of interest.