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Statement adopted by AKSE and EAJS on racism in COVID19 Times

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Election of the new EAJS Council

The EAJS is inviting nominations for the election of the EAJS Council for the years 2020-2023.

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Call for bids for the site of the 17th EAJS International Conference in 2023

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TIFO 30th Anniversary Essay Contest

as part of the '30-year Milestone Summit in Tokyo Project'

The Toshiba International Foundation (TIFO) will mark the 30th anniversary of its establishment on April 11, 2019. On this occasion, TIFO intends to celebrate the invaluable network of people and its partnerships with distinguished organizations worldwide in the field of Japanese studies which was built up over the last three decades. TIFO would like to make 2019 a year of promise to continue to move forward in the advancement of Japanese studies for the years and generations to come.

As part of its global network, TIFO has established a strong and sustainable relationship with the European Association of Japanese Studies, built on mutual trust, and aimed at promoting and supporting the next generations of scholars in Japanese studies.

TIFO would like to take advantage of this 30-year anniversary opportunity to

(1) highlight the fact that decades of partnership with the EAJS have resulted in harnessing excellent scholars and specialists engaged in Japanese studies research worldwide, and to

(2) create an opportunity for these scholars to reflect on the present challenges and opportunities in the field of Japanese Studies as well as ask them for their thoughts about the future role of Japanese studies.

For this reason, TIFO has invited contributions to an essay contest. Below please find the names of the essay contest winners as well as their contributions.

The Top 3 winners are (in alphabetical order):

Gaitanidis, Ioannis (Chiba University) (click here for the essay)

Honda, Eiko (University of Oxford) (click here for the essay)

Rots, Aike Peter (University of Oslo) (click here for the essay)


The winners in places 4-10 are (in alphabetical order):

Facius, Michael (University College of London) (click here for the essay)

Hino, Aya (Ca’Foscari University of Venice, Heidelberg University) (click here for the essay)

Leca, Radu Alexandru (Heidelberg University) (click here for the essay)

Leitner, Bernhard (University of Vienna) (click here for the essay)

Söderman, Niklas (Tallin University) (click here for the essay)

Stark, Sarah (Gent University) (click here for the essay)

Yamamoto, Takahiro (Heidelberg University) (click here for the essay)