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Date/TimeEvent TitleDetailsVenue
Fri 3 Apr 2020
14:00–18:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The new boundary-crossing approach on Ancient Chinese Slip and Tablet Documents (4): Putting Daily Business of the Qin State Regional Administration under the Microscope” The 1st meeting
  • 14:00-15:50 Naomi SUZUKI (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Meiji University) “Last Modifications on the Date, Person and Office Indices for the first Volume of Liyeqinjian (First Part)”
  • 16:10-18:00 Naomi SUZUKI (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Meiji University) “Last Modifications on the Date, Person and Office Indices for the first Volume of Liyeqinjian (Second Part)”
  • Language: Japanese
301, Kyoto University
Fri 17 Apr 2020
14:00–18:00,
Sat 18 Apr 2020
10:00–17:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The new boundary-crossing approach on Ancient Chinese Slip and Tablet Documents (4): Putting Daily Business of the Qin State Regional Administration under the Microscope” The 2nd meeting

    17 Apr

  • 14:00–15:50 Arnd Helmut Hafner (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Meiji University) “Reading: Tablets from the 9th layer of the Museum Collection of Liyeqinjian01 (First part)”
  • 16:10–18:00 Arnd Helmut Hafner (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Meiji University) “Reading: Tablets from the 9th layer of the Museum Collection of Liyeqinjian01 (Second part)”
  • 18 Apr

  • 10:00–11:50 Tatsuma MATSUSHIMA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Kyoto University) “Reading: Tablets from the 9th layer of the Museum Collection of Liyeqinjian02 (First part)”
  • 13:15–15:00 Tatsuma MATSUSHIMA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Kyoto University) “Reading: Tablets from the 9th layer of the Museum Collection of Liyeqinjian02 (Second part)”
  • 15:15–17:00 Arnd Helmut Hafner (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Meiji University) “Considering the Conpilation Principles of the Annotated Translation of the Liyeqinjian”
  • Language: Japanese
301, Kyoto University
Sat 18 Apr 2020
14:00–16:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Typological Study of Microvariation in Bantu (2)” The 2nd meeting
  • 14:00–14:50 Daisuke SHINAGAWA (ILCAA) “An overview of Cross-Bantu tonology: towards a micro-parametric typology”
  • 15:00–16:00 All participants “General discussion: Towards setting up meaningful parameters of Cross-Bantu tonal micro-typology”
  • Language: Japanese
Online meeting
Thu 23 Apr 2020
13:30–15:00
Presentations on information resources created by the IRC projects 2019
  • 13:30–13:35 Introduction
  • 13:35–13:45 Asako SHIOHARA (ILCAA) “Electronic reproduction of ILCAA Asian and African Grammatical Manual: Malayālam”
  • 13:45–13:55 Asako SHIOHARA (ILCAA) “Expanding an open concordancer for Malay/Indonesian: Malindo Conc”
  • 13:55–14:05 Norikazu KOGURA (ILCAA) “Compiling Database of publications in Sibe”
  • 14:05–14:15 Norikazu KOGURA (ILCAA) “Publication of a cut & paste tool for audio material”
  • 14:25–14:35 Keita KURABE (ILCAA), Seunghun Lee (International Christian University, voice only) “Building a digital archive of three Tibeto-Burman languages” (in English)
  • 14:35–14:45 Wakako KUMAKURA (ILCAA) “A research on archiving and opening to the public of visual materials for VR/AR”
  • 14:45–14:55 Izumi HOSHI (ILCAA) “Dictionary of Tibetan Pastoralism”
  • 14:55–15:00 Closing
  • Language: Japanese, English
Organized by
Information Resources Center (IRC)
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[Postponed]
Mon 27 Apr 2020
–Tue 30 Jun 2020
10:00–17:00
(Closed: Sat, Sun &
holidays except
21, 27, 28 June)
Exhibition “Mask Migrations: Unfold Stories of Women in the Arabian-Persian Gulf”
[open]
  • [The exhibition opening has been postponed]
  • Gallery Talks
    Fri 5 Jun 15:30-16:00
    Sun 28 Jun 16:00-17:00
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • No pre-registration is needed.
Organized by
Middle East and Islamic Studies (MEIS) at ILCAA, TUFS
1F, ILCAA
Fri 1 May 2020
14:00–18:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The new boundary-crossing approach on Ancient Chinese Slip and Tablet Documents (4): Putting Daily Business of the Qin State Regional Administration under the Microscope” The 3rd meeting
  • 14:00-15:50 Arnd Helmut Hafner (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Meiji University) “Reading: Tablets from the 9th layer of the Museum Collection of Liyeqinjian03 (First part)”
  • 16:10-18:00 Arnd Helmut Hafner (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Meiji University) “Reading: Tablets from the 9th layer of the Museum Collection of Liyeqinjian03 (Second part)”
  • Language: Japanese
301, Kyoto University
Sat 9 May 2020
13:00–18:00
Symposium on Hazards “Resilience from 3.11 through Indigenous Knowledge”
[open]
  • 13:00–13:10 Ryoko NISHII (ILCAA) Introduction
  • I: Keynote Lecture

  • 13:10–14:25 Shoichiro TAKEZAWA (Emeritus Professor, National Museum of Ethnology) “Local Community, Shopping Street, and Internally Displaced Persons from the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: What have I done since the 2011 East Japan Earthquake?”
  • II. Book Session
    Yuichi SEKIYA and Hiroki TAKAKURA (eds.), The public anthropology of recovery after the triple disaster in Japan: collaboration with the victims of the earthquake, tsunami, and Fukushima nuclear disaster, Tokyo University Press, 2019.

  • 14:45–15:15 Yuichi SEKIYA (Tokyo University)
  • 15:15–15:45 Tom Gill (Meijigakuin University)
  • 15:45–16:15 Hiroki TAKAKURA (Tohoku University)
  • 16:30–16:50 Yasushi UCHIYAMADA (University of Tsukuba) Comment
  • 16:50–18:00 Discussion
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • No pre-registration is needed.
Jointly Sponsored by
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(A) “New Anthropological Approach to Affective Studies through Fieldwork Focused on Critical Situations” (Principal Investigator: Ryoko NISHII (ILCAA) Project Number: 17H00948), Core Project “The Potential Value of Indigenous Knowledge in Managing Hazards in Asia and Africa: The Anthropological Explorations into the Linkage of Micro-Macro Perspectives 2”
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