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Workshop: "Entangled Pasts in the Global Present: Gender, Labor and Citizenship"

Nov 09, 2018 09:00 am to 05:00 pm

HISTORY AND JAPANESE STUDIES WORKSHOP

Morning Session

Dissertation Presentations, 9:00-10:30; Chair: Till Knaudt
1. Nora Bartels (Heidelberg) Inoue Hisashi’s Whodunit of Literary History
2. Andreas Eichleter (Heidelberg) News from Yokohama - The Foreign Press coverage of Meiji Japan
3. Martin Rathmann (Heidelberg) The Current Situation, Problems and Future of Care Robots in Japan
4. Charlotte Schaefer (Heidelberg) Employer Policies for Employees with Mental Disabilities in Japan

History and Memory Presentations, 11:00-13:00; Chair: Hans Martin Krämer
1. Steven Ivings (Kyoto) "Return not on display: memories of Korean repatriation from Maizuru"
2. Patrick Vierthaler (Kyoto) “The New Right and the 1948 Foundation View: Historical Revisionism in Contemporary South Korea”
3. Xueni Gu (Kyoto) “Writing History and Forming Collective Memories: A Study of Science of Thought in the 1950s-1960s”
4. Takuma Melber (Heidelberg) Memories of Japanese occupation in Singapore

LUNCH 13:00-14:00


Afternoon Session

History Presentations , 14:00-16:00; Chair: Yoko Nagahara
1. Tatsushi Fujihara (Kyoto) School Lunches in Wartime and Postwar Japan
2. Harald Fuess (Heidelberg) Korean Forced Labor in Japanese Wartime Industry: Movies, Court Cases and Historical Research
3. Hyojin Lee (Heidelberg) Memories of New Woman in Colonial Korea: Experience of Choi, Yeong-suk in Sweden
4. Jaok Kwon-Hein (Heidelberg) Modern Womanhood, the Ideology of the Housewife, and young female rural-urban Migrants in the 1960s-1970s in South Korea

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