Activities of the Center for American Studies, 2013

全文

(1)

Activities of the Center for American Studies, 2013

[Activities mainly sponsored by the Center for American Studies]

Lecture Meeting

Main Sponsor: Center for American Studies Joint Sponsor: Nagoya American Studies

Date: March 23 rd, 2013 Time: 14:00-17:00

Venue: Nagoya Campus conf. room 910, 9 th floor, Building L

Speaker: Kawasaki Akira (Executive Committee Member of PEACE BOAT)

Title: In Pursuit of Peaceful Coexistence in East Asia with Consideration of Japan-U.S. Relations

Symposium

Main Sponsor: Center for American Studies, Pacific Forum CSIS and Nagoya American Center

Joint Sponsor: Department of British and American Studies, Faculty of Foreign Studies and Graduate School of International Area Studies Date: May 21 st, 2013 Time: 15:15-16:45

Venue: Nagoya Campus conf. room 910, 9 th floor, Building L

Theme: Security in the South China Sea and the Role of the U.S.- Japan Alliance

Speaker: Ralph Cossa (Pacific Forum CSIS) Sheldon Simon (Arizona State University) Elina Noor (ISIS Malaysia)

NANZANREVIEW OFAMERICANSTUDIES Volume 35 (2013): 119-125

(2)

Nguyen Hung Son (Institute for South China Sea Studies, The Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam)

Yoichiro Sato (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University)

Lecture Meeting

Main Sponsor: Center for American Studies Joint Sponsor: Nagoya American Studies

Date: May 25 th, 2013 Time: 14:00-17:30

Venue: Nagoya Campus conf. room 910, 9 th floor, Building L Speaker: Judy Wu (Associate Professor, The Ohio State University) Title: Eldridge Cleaver Goes to Pyongyang, Hanoi, and Peking: Third

World Internationalism and American Orientalism. Lecture Meeting

Main Sponsor: Center for American Studies

Joint Sponsor: Department of British and American Studies Date: May 27 th, 2013 Time: 9:20-10:50 Venue: Nagoya Campus room R 31, Building R

Speaker: Judy Wu (Associate Professor, The Ohio State University) Title: Studying Japanese American Internment through Digital Narratives.

Chairman: Ralph Cossa View of symposium

(3)

Lecture Meeting

Main Sponsor: Center for American Studies Joint Sponsor: Nagoya American Studies

Date: June 29 th, 2013 Time: 13:30-17:00

Venue: Nagoya Campus conf. room 910, 9 th floor, Building L

Theme: Fifty Years After: Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” Speech and JFK’s Assassination.

Speaker: Kajiwara Hisashi (Emeritus Professor, Nagoya Gakuin University) Title: King’s Dream 50 Years After.

Speaker: Matsuoka Hiroshi (Professor, Graduate School of University of Tsukuba)

Title: Still Questioning “If...”: JFK’s Assassination and the War in Vietnam.

Symposium

Main Sponsor: Center for American Studies Joint Sponsor: Nagoya American Studies

Date: December 14 th, 2013 Time: 13:30-17:30

Venue: Nagoya Campus conf. room 910, 9 th floor, Building L Theme: TPP and the Future Course of Japan-U.S. Relations.

Speaker: Ishiguro Kaoru (Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Kobe University)

Title: TPP and Agricultural Issues in Japan

Speaker: Yoshimura Ryota (Manager, International Research & Analysis Dept., Sumitomo Shoji Research Institute, Inc.)

Title: TPP in the Context of US strategy

Speaker: Ido Kazumoto (Professor, Department of Global Business, Nagoya University of Foreign Studies)

Title: Implications of the TPP issues: Suggestions from the Business World. Commemorative Photo

(4)

[Activities mainly sponsored by the Four Area Studies Centers’ Joint Research Project]

The Second Symposium of “Toward a Common Memory of the Past” Main Sponsor: Four Area Studies Centers’ Joint Research Project

Joint Sponsor: Faculty of Foreign Studies, Graduate School of International Area Studies, and Nagoya American Center

Date: February 16 th, 2013 Time: 13:30-17:30 Venue: Nagoya Campus P Room, 1 st floor, Building J

Theme: The Road to the Japan-U.S. War and the Japanese American Internment.

Speaker: Kawada Minoru (Emeritus Professor, Nagoya University) Title: The Japanese Army and the Way to the War Against the U.S. Speaker: Yamakura Akihiro (Professor, Tenri University)

Title: Japanese-Peruvian Abductees to the U.S. in Wartime and After.

The Third Symposium of “Toward a Common Memory of the Past” Main Sponsor: Four Area Studies Centers’ Joint Research Project

Joint Sponsor: Faculty of Foreign Studies, Graduate School of International Area Studies, and Nagoya American Center

Date: July 13 th, 2013 Time: 13:30 ∼ 17:30

Venue: Nagoya Campus conf. room 910, 9 th floor, Building L

Theme: In Search of “Reconciliation” in Asia: In Preparation for the 70th

Anniversary of the End of World War Ⅱ

Speaker: Wang Xiaokui (Professor, East China Normal University) Title: How Have the Nanjing Atrocities been Remembered in China? Speaker: Wada Haruki (Emeritus Professor, University of Tokyo, Former

Executive Director, Asian Women’s Fund)

Title: Postwar Pacifism and the Possibility of Reconciliation with Asia Commentator: Kim Kwangwook (Lecturer, Gifu Keizai University)

(5)

The Fourth Symposium of “Toward a Common Memory of the Past” Main Sponsor: Four Area Studies Centers’ Joint Research Project

Joint Sponsor: Faculty of Foreign Studies, Graduate School of International Area Studies, and Nagoya American Center

Date: October 12th, 2013 Time: 13:30-17:30

Venue: Nagoya Campus conf. room 910, 9 th floor, Building L Theme: In Search of a Common Memory of the Japan-U.S. War Speaker: Matsuo Fumio (Former Manager, Kyodo News Washington, D.C.

Branch Office)

Title: Bring President Obama to Hiroshima: “Reconciliation of History” that Cannot Wait, Whether Toward China, Korea, or the U.S. Speaker: Yui Daizaburo (Professor, Tokyo Woman’s Christian University) Title: How to Bridge the Memory Gap of the Japan-U.S. War.

[Activities jointly sponsored by the Center for American Studies] Lecture Meeting

Main Sponsor: Department of British and American Studies Joint Sponsor: Center for American Studies

Wang Xiaokui Wada Haruki

(6)

Date: January 8 th, 2013 Time: 15:15-16:45 Venue: Nagoya Campus, Room 21, Building B

Speaker: James M. Hoefler (Professor, Dickinson College) Title: The Imperial U.S. President and Foreign Policy [Regular Meetings of the Nagoya American Studies]

Regular Meeting in January

Date: January 26 th, 2013 Time: 13:30-17:00

Venue: Nagoya Campus conf. room 415, 4 th floor, Faculty Building 1 Speaker: Ido Kazumoto (Professor, Nagoya University of Foreign Studies) Title: Attempt to the Systematization of Foreign Currency Translation

in the U.S.

Speaker: Masaki Sho (Graduate Student, Nagoya University)

Title: The Meaning of Ogasawara Restoration in Japan-U.S. Relations. Regular Meeting in April

Date: April 27 th, 2013 Time: 14:00-17:00

Venue: Nagoya Campus conf. room 415, 4 th floor, Faculty Building 1 Speaker: Fukushima Takahiro (Part Time Assistant Professor, Nagoya

University of Foreign Studies)

Title: The Actor Affects International Relations.

Speaker: Kawauchi Nobuyuki (Professor, Chubu University)

Title: Globalization and “Imperialism”: Criticisms of the United States as a “Cultural Great Power”.

Regular Meeting in July (Book ReviewMeeting) Date: July 20 th, 2013 Time: 14:00-17:00

Venue: Nagoya Campus conf. room 415, 4 th floor, Faculty Building 1 Reviewer: Ohashi Hideko (Part Time Assistant Professor, Aichi University)

Yamamoto Akiyo (Professor, Nagoya City University)

Book: “Amerika roudou minshu no rekishi―Hataraku Hitobito no monogatari” アメリカ労働民衆の歴史―働く人びとの物語 [A History of the American Working People] by Tatsuro Nomura (Minerva Shobo, 2013)

Regular Meeting in November

Date: November 11 th, 2013 Time: 13:30-17:00

Venue: Nagoya Campus conf. room 415, 4 th floor, Faculty Building 1 Speaker: Saito Yumi (Graduate Student, Kyoto University)

Title: The Controversy of Color-blind Policy as Seen in the Resegregation of American Public Schools: A Case Study of

(7)

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, North Carolina.

Reviewer: University)Kusama Hidezaburo (Emeritus Professor, Aichi Prefectural Book: “Aa, hakuaimaru―sekijujibyouinsen no saigo” ああ,博愛丸― 赤十字病院船の最期 [Hakuaimaru― the End of the Red Cross Hospital Ship] by Kusama Hidezaburo

Updating...

参照

Updating...

関連した話題 :

Scan and read on 1LIB APP