EVENT RECAP: On April 11th, the 21st Century Japan Politics and Society Initiative (21JPSI) had the pleasure of hosting Dr. Jolyon Thomas in its “Japan Politics & Society” Speaker Series for two days of engagement with students and faculty across the IU Bloomington campus
EVENT RECAP: The 21st Century Japan Politics and Society Initiative (21JPSI) had the great pleasure of hosting Ms. Emma Chanlett-Avery on Tuesday, February 26th for a day of robust engagement with students, faculty, and administrations at the Hamilton Lugar School (HLS).
EVENT RECAP: The 21st Century Japan Politics and Society Initiative hosted Phillip Lipscy as the first visitor in its Spring 2019 “Japan Politics & Society” interdisciplinary public speaker series. Dr. Lipscy presented a public talk entitled "Defender of the International Order? Japan’s Foreign Policy in the Trump Era."
EVENT RECAP: On Wednesday, November 28, 21JPSI’s interdisciplinary "Japan Politics and Society" speaker series concluded its Fall 2018 lineup with a public lecture by political scientist Dr. Megumi Naoi (University of California, San Diego), an expert on the politics of international trade.
EVENT RECAP: On Monday, November 5th, 21JPSI's interdisciplinary "Japan Politics and Society" speaker series continued with a public lecture by Prof. Joseph Coleman, a professor of practice in IU's Media School and the former Associated Press' Tokyo Bureau Chief.
EVENT RECAP: On Wednesday, October 17th, Indiana University's (IU) Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies (HLS) had the honor of hosting Dr. Kiyoteru Tsutsui (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) as the inaugural speaker in the 21st Century Japan Politics and Society Initiative (21JPSI*)'s new interdisciplinary speaker series.
Indiana University's School of Global and International Studies has announced a $900,000 grant from the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership to establish the 21st Century Japan Politics and Society Initiative in the school's renowned Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures.