Please submit bibliographical information about the books and articles you published in 2017 (January 1 – December 31) for inclusion in the 2018 Journal of Irish Studies and the Autumn/Winter 2018 issue of the Irish University Review. Your data should be sent to Prof. Yoriko Kitagawa at the following e-mail address by March 31st, 2018. 続きを読む
The organisers have extended deadline for Call for Papers to 17 March, 2018.
For details go to: http://www.iasil.org/2018/02/iasil-2018-extended-call-for-papers/
Reimagining Traditions 23-27 July 2018
Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Shiga University is producing one-night performance of Kyogen version of W.B. Yeats’s The Cat and the Moon along with classical music of Debussy, Britten and cotemporary Japanese composers on 28 March at Biwako Hall.
Shiga U Arte 『狂言と音楽の夕べ－W.B. Yeatsとの邂逅－』
180111-Shiga U Arte（おもて）
180112-Shiga U Arte（うら）
Il poeta Andrew Fitzsimons e l’artista Sergio Maria Calatroni hanno entrambi tradotto Il porto sepolto, il primo da una lingua a un’altra e il secondo dalla parola all’immagine.
Insieme al comparatista Tsuji Masahiro, ciascuno dal suo punto di vista leggono e commentano alcune delle più celebri poesie di Ungaretti.
L’incontro si tiene in inglese e italiano con traduzione consecutiva in giapponese.
Data: Mar 30 Gen 2018 (2018 年 1月 30 日)
Orario: Dalle 18:30 alle 20:00 (18:30～20:00)
Organizzato da : イタリア文化会館
Ingresso : Libero (入場無料)
National Identity in Ireland: From the Foundation of the Free State to the Troubles in The North
PART I (From the Free State to the Republic) 15:00~16:30
Chair Kazuo Oikawa (Waseda University): Rural Community in the 1930s in Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel
Hironao Kobayashi (Hitotsubashi University): 1922–James Joyce and the Free State
Rieko Yamashita (Musashino University, Seijo University): Shaping of Irish Dance as National Identity
Hitoshi Ebishima (Seijo University): Changing Sports in Ireland—The Symbol of the Vacillation of National Identity
PART II (Perspectives from Ulster) 16:40~18:00
Toru Sato (Aoyamagakuin University): Poetic Imagination of Ulster
Yuko Chiba (Aoyamagakuin University): Ulster Seen from the Stand-Points of Minority Groups
Hiroko Mikami (Waseda University): The Troubles and Theatre—From a Perspective of Post-9.11
Date: 27 January (Sat.) 15:00~18:00
Place: No.16 Building (16 Gou-Kan) Waseda University (Close to the West Gate of the Main Campus)
An EFACIS project of translating Banville is on the move: http://www.johnbanville.eu/content/translating-banville.
Those who are interested are welcome to participate in the project.
The year 2017 is commemorating the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and Ireland. In this coming December, Waseda University will be hosting a lecture, inviting Dr Michael Kennedy from the Royal Irish Academy.
Date: December 5, 2017: 18:15-19:45 (Registration Desk Opens at 17:45)
Venue: Okuma Small Auditorium, Waseda University
Lecturer: Dr Michael Kennedy (Executive Editor of the Royal Irish Academy)
Address:1-104 Totsukacho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (MAP)
Registration (until 27th November) recommended: A copy of the 60th anniversary commemorative publication by Dr. Kennedy, will be provided at the venue to everyone who pre-registers. https://goo.gl/QEiNZw
Organisers: Embassy of Ireland, Waseda University (Institute for Irish Studies, Intercultural Communication Center, International Office)
Enquiries: International Office, International Affairs Division, Waseda University TEL 03-3203-7747 / E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
★Flyer Ireland-Japan 60th Anniversary @Waseda
After the successful tour in Ireland and in the west of Japan, Shigeyama Sengoro Kyogen performs of W.B. Yeats’s The Cat and the Moon and Lafcadio Hearn’s Chin Chin Kobakama in Tokyo on 1 March 2018.
For details refer to: Flyer; Flyer (back)
The Department of English and American Literature, Toyo University, is pleased to invite IASIL-Japan members to the following event:
Japan-Ireland 60 at Toyo Commemorative Lectures
Date: 18 November (Starts at 14:15-)
Venue: 125 Hall, Toyo University (Hakusan Campus)
H E Ms Anne Barrington, Amassador of Ireland to Japan
Mr Peter MacMillan, Irish Artist
*See the attached file for the details: 18nov_lectures
If you are interested, please email Prof Yasuhito Sato as soon as possible as the seats are limited.
This coming November, 2017, The Korean Society of East West Comparative Literature (Keastwest) is going to hold the second international conference in commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of her Foundation on November 11-12, 2017 at Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea. The theme is “Comparative Literature, World Literature and Digital Humanities.” Call for Papers is open aroud until mid-October.
Time: November 11 (Saturday) – 12 (Sunday), 2017.
Venue: Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea
2017 KEASTWEST Call for Papers