Japan in the World, the World in Japan: A Methodological Approach

3rd International Conference, Osaka University.

Hosted at the Center for Japanese Language and Culture (CJLC). March 3 (Sat) and 4 (Sun), 2018.

The “Japan-in-the-World Forum” is an organization of young researchers and instructors seeking to establish a network/ discussion forum for young researchers and instructors, focusing on the teaching of Japanese-related subjects in English or other foreign languages, as part of (Japanese) tertiary education. The purpose of this group is to create a platform for exchanging ideas about our role in the Japanese academia, but also for sharing teaching materials and methods appropriate in the internationally-oriented classroom of today and tomorrow.

The third iteration of the “Japan in the World, the World in Japan. A Methodological Approach” Symposium, organized by Carmen Sapunaru Tamas (Kobe University) and Irina Holca (Kyoto University), takes places at Osaka University and includes an invited guest lecture by Björn-Ole Kamm from the JDTS on the development of the Joint Degree in Transcultural Studies.

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Program: PDF.