A symposium in honour of Dr Robyn Spence-Brown
Language learning and use in a changing world: A symposium in honour of Dr Robyn Spence-Brown at the Japanese Studies Centre
LEARNING AS HISTORY: ANGLOPHONE JAPANESE TEXTBOOKS OF THE 20TH CENTURY
English to Japanese (E-J) Language teachers constantly search for new and improved texts which make students’ Japanese language learning more effective and more enjoyable, using authentic sources.
Dr. Mark Pendleton opens our F2F Seminar Series, 6 April 2022
After two long years of lockdown, the Japanese Studies Centre held its first in person event on 6 April, 2022:TOGETHER FOR THE FUTURE? WRITING A NEW GLOBAL HISTORY OF HIV AND AIDS FROM JAPANDr Mark Pendleton, University of Sheffield, UK
Call for Papers Closed: Race and Diversity in Japan and Japanese Studies, Postgraduate Symposium 19-20 October 2018
The Japanese Studies Centre will be hosting a postgraduate symposium to be held at Monash University. This symposium centres on the theme of ‘Race and Diversity in Japan and Japanese Studies’—a theme that reflects the
Photos from the JSC Seminar 8/8/18, ‘Social Justice, State Ideology and Japan’s Meiji Restoration’ with Daniel Botsman
The seminar on 8 August was a great example of collaboration, between two schools (SOPHIS and JSC/LLCL) and two universities (Yale and Monash) as supported through the Focus Program!
More than just comics: Monash Manga library is valuable source for researchers
The Manga Library at the Monash Japanese studies Centre has one of the largest university-held manga collections with more than 7000 manga, covering all genres in Japanese, English and other languages.
The sounds of Japan: researchers collect and share thousands of sounds from Japanese daily life
A team of researchers from universities including Harvard, Nichibunken, Melbourne University, and Monash Japanese Studies Professor Carolyn Stevens, are collecting sounds of Japan to develop a ‘sonic repository’ of the country.
Japanese Studies Centre farewells visiting researcher, Professor Tam Mito
The Japanese Studies Centre (JSC) community said goodbye to Professor Takamichi ‘Tam' Mito (Kwansei Gakuin University), who has been a visiting scholar at the JSC over the last year with a seminar on 21 March, 2018.