BAJS Conference



1980, Tapton, Sheffield, ‘Japan and Britain, images and reality’.

1981, University Hall, Cardiff, ‘Japan and Asia’.

1982, Langwith College, University of York, ‘Individualism in Modern Japan’.

1983, Connaught Hall, Univestity of London, ‘The role of factions in Japan’.

1985, Pollock Hall, Edinburgh.

1986, Handsworth Hall, University of Aston, Birmingham, ‘Imperialism’.

1988, Tetley Hall, University of Leeds, ‘The Future of the Japanese Economy’.

1989, Keble College, Oxford, ‘The Origins of the Japanese in Anthropological Perspective’.

1990, Henderson Hall, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, ‘Education in Japan’.

1991, Sorby Hall of Residence, University of Sheffield, ‘Japanese Language Teaching’.

1992, Newton Park, Bath College of Higher Education, ‘Japan and Europe’.

1993, Hulme Hall, University of Manchester, ‘Changing Social Values’.

1995, University of Sussex at Brighton, ‘Reflecting on Japan: 50 years since 1945’.

1998, University of Wales Cardiff

1999, King Alfred’s College, Winchester

2000, University of Birmingham

2002, University of Nottingham

2003, University of Sheffield

2004, University of Leeds

2005, University of Kent at Canterbury

2006, Chatham House, London

2007, University of East Anglia

2010, SOAS, University of London

2012, University of East Anglia, Norwich

2015, SOAS, University of London

2018, University of Sheffield, ‘Crisis? What Crisis? Continuity, and Change in Japan’

2022, University of Manchester