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ICJS "Comparative Study for Japanese and Other Languages" The 21th Research Seminar
hosted by the Comparative Language Division, International Centre for Japanese Studies

  • Lecturer: Masaaki YAMANASHI (Professor Emeritus at Kyoto University, Professor at Kansai Gaidai University)
  • Speakers: Takayuki MIYAKE, Toshihide NAKAYAMA(TUFS)

14:00-17:45, Saturday, 4 March 2017

Room 115, Research and Lecture Building, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Fuchu Campus)

Open to Public, Free of charge

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School of Language and Culture Studies
Co-hosted by the Comparative Japanese Culture Division, Comparative Language Division of International Center for Japanese Studies
Language Revitalization: Heading towards metroethnicity

1.From inheriting and teaching Basque to its transnational dissemination

  • Lecturer: Professor Sho Hagio (Tokyo University of Foreign studies)

2. Celtic Language Revitalization in Europe:
the current situation of Manx, Cornish and Irish

  • Lecturer: Professor John. C. Maher (International Christian University)

16:30-18:30, Friday, 20 January 2017

Room 226, Research and Lecture Building, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Fuchu Campus)

Open to Public, Free of charge

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ICJS "Comparative Study for Japanese and Other Languages" The 20th Research Seminar
hosted by the Contrastive Japanese Division, International Centre for Japanese Studies

Lecturer:

  • Hidehiko NAKAZAWA(Professor Emeritus,TUFS)

Speakers:

  • Shin ABE, Honore WATANABE(TUFS)

14:00-17:45, Saturday, 17 December 2016

Room 419 (Conference room, the Institute of Language Research) 4F,
Research and Lecture Building, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Fuchu Campus)

Open to Public, Free of charge

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Seminar "Change of the image toward Japan in Argentina"
hosted by Comparative Japanese Culture Division,
International Center for Japanese Studies

18:00-20:00, Thursday, 20 October 2016

Middle Conference Room, 2F, Administration offices Bldg.,
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Fuchu Campus)

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