BAJS Conference

The latest BAJS Conference was held in September 2018 at the University of Sheffield on the theme of 'Crisis? What Crisis? Continuity, and Change in Japan'.

We do not organise a BAJS Conference in the years in which an EAJS or a JEAS Conference is organised. When there is no BAJS Conference, the BAJS AGM is held during the JEAS or EAJS Conferences or at a research workshop in the EAJS year.

 

PREVIOUS BAJS CONFERENCES

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'.

 

2010, SOAS, University of London.

2012, University of East Anglia, Norwich.

2015, SOAS, University of London.