[Blueboard] Call for Papers: Migration and the Creation of Japan?s Multicultural Society: Workers, Women, and the Next Generation

Japanese Studies Program japanese at admu.edu.ph
Tue Jun 28 13:44:34 PHT 2011


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Call for Papers

2012 International Conference on Japanese Studies
?MIGRATION AND THE CREATION OF JAPAN'S MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY:
WORKERS, WOMEN, AND THE NEXT GENERATION?

27 and 28 January 2012
Ateneo de Manila University


The conference aims to provide a lively forum for academics, scholars,  
educators, and professionals who are interested in issues of migration  
relating to Japan, and enable the exchange of new and various  
approaches and perspectives in an informal interdisciplinary setting.


We are now accepting abstracts (300-500 words) for papers looking at   
in- and out-migration and multiculturalism in Japan.  We particularly  
encourage critical studies in the following areas:

1.  Migrations in Japanese History
2.  Political, economic, and societal contexts of contemporary  
migration to and
       from Japan
3.  Gender and Migration
4.  The Nikkeijin and Return Migration
5.  Bi-cultural Families and the Creation of New Ethnicities
6.  Japan?s multicultural society as an offshoot of migration to Japan
7.  Multiculturalism as a framework in looking at contemporary  
Japanese society

Other related topics are also welcome. Please email abstracts to  
jspadmu at gmail.com on or before 14 October 2011.
All submissions will be refereed.


Venue:  Auditorium of the Ricardo and Dr. Rosita Leong Hall
         Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City, Philippines
Dates:  27 and 28 January 2012
Fees:   Waived


We very much hope to see you there.


Conference Conveners:
Karl Cheng Chua, Ph.D.
Hiroko Nagai, Ph.D.
Japanese Studies Program
Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines


This conference is supported by the Japan Foundation in cooperation  
with the Women and Gender Institute, Miriam College, Philippines.
If you require any further information, please email: jspadmu at gmail.com





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