[12/1 13:30-] The 2nd DDPI Young Researchers’ Seminar (Internal)
The DDPI project has organized the second seminar for young researchers on December 1 (online), mainly for post-doctoral and graduate students in the humanities and social sciences, in order to arouse young researchers’ interest in a wide range of topics related to solving issues of disparity and inequality, the potential of digital technology for this purpose (digital democracy), and digital transformation, and to expand the scope of their research through research exchanges and opinions.
Details are as follows. We hope that all persons and graduate students related to the Humanities and Social Sciences Research Group will feel free to attend.
|Date & Time
|Thursday, December 1, 2022, 13:30-15:30
Toshiyuki Aoyama（Master’s and Doctoral Program in International and Advanced Japanese Studies)
Yuko Kano（Master’s and Doctoral Program in International and Advanced Japanese Studies)
Yoshimi Fukumura（Master’s and Doctoral Program in International and Advanced Japanese Studies）
Toshiyuki Aoyama「Far from the Lost 30 Years – Postwar Democracy and the Political Culture of Self-Responsibility」(Temporary)
Yuko Kano「Watchful Eyes on the Corona Disaster」(Temporary)
Yoshimi Fukumura「Disappearing integrity of intangible cultural heritage of ice」(Temporary)