News (March 2016)

  • Ivan Morris Memorial Prize competition now open

    BAJS is pleased to announce that the competition for the Ivan Morris Memorial Prize for outstanding thesis/dissertation is now open. The competition is open to any student (undergraduate or postgraduate) who would like to present for consideration an extended essay, thesis or dissertation in the field of Japanese Studies. The text should be typewritten, and ideally should not exceed 20,000 words. It is particularly hoped that thesis for Master's degrees and final year dissertations will be entered for the competition. The deadline for submission is June 30th 2016.

  • Japan Society Publications: Call for Proposals 2016

    The Japan Society has long engaged in the publication of books which further the UK-Japan relationship and / or the understanding of Japan in the UK. These have included works produced or commissioned by the Society, as well as those which have been initiated by others and published under the Japan Society imprint. As a general rule, the Japan Society aims to issue one publication each year and is now inviting proposals for future projects. We welcome proposals for books of any genre, including, but not limited to, academic works, guides, children’s books and translations of works in Japanese. The only criteria are that proposed publications should further the aims of the Japan Society as set out on the ‘About’ page of our website, should represent quality in their field, and must be of interest to more than specialist scholars.

  • Call for Applications for the "2nd Professor Josef Kreiner Hosei University Award for International Japanese Studies"

    This award has been created to publicly celebrate Professor Josef Kreiner in his remarkable academic efforts to promote Japanese studies in Europe and at Hosei University Research Center for International Japanese Studies (HIJAS). At the same time we want to encourage overseas scholars of Japanese studies and to contribute to further development in this academic field.

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