Institute of Comparative Culture Public Events
2017-2018

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ICC Lecture

Repetition and Recovery: The Limits of Reason in Post 3.11 Japan

Michael Fisch
18:30-20:00 / May 22nd (Mon), 2017 / Sophia University, Bldg. 10, 3F, Rm 301
Language: English / No registration necessary

This lecture is organized by the ICC research Unit on 3.11 as Crisis and Opprotunity

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ICC Lecture

Young urban migrants in the Japanese countryside between hope and precarity

Post-growth forms of living and working, creative depopulation and living for the moment

Susanne Klien
19:00-20:30 / May 18st (Thu), 2017 / Sophia University, Bldg. 10, 3F, Rm 301
Language: English / No registration necessary

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ICC Lecture

What was sacred in Japan’s “sacred war”?: the boundaries of the sacred and profane in wartime kamishibai

Sharalyn Orbaugh
17:30-19:00 / May 11th (Thu), 2017 / Sophia University, Bldg. 10, 3F, Rm 301
Language: English / No registration necessary

This lecture is organized by the ICC research Unit on Materiaries of the Sacred

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ICC Lecture

News, the Media, Entertainment, Information and Fakery

David Schlesinger
18:30-20:00 / April 21st (Fri), 2017 / Sophia University, Bldg. 10, 3F, Rm 301
Language: English / No registration necessary

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ICC with The Asian Rural Institute (Presentation followed by open discussion)

Learning from the Past, Visioning a sustainable future

Moderator:Sarajean Rossitto, Nonprofit NGO consultant
Panelists:
Tomoko Arakawa, ARI Director
Steven Cutting, Graduate Impact Study Co-Coordinator Asian Rural Institute
Bev Abma, Board Director, American Friends of the Asian Rural Institute; Emeritus Board Director, Foods Resource Bank
Commentator:Prof. David Slater, Sophia University
18:30-20:00 / April 20th (Thu), 2017 / Sophia University, Bldg. 10, 3F, Rm 301
Language: English / No registration necessary

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