Grants Database For the year 2002: History

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HISTORY (6 projects)

The Japanese Society in Cities of North China
Duration April 1, 2002 - March 31, 2003 (Joint-Research)
Organization 天津社会科学院 歴史研究所 Institute of History, Tianjin Academy of Social Sciences (China)
Descriptions 日中双方の研究者がそれぞれ自国で研究機関・大学・図書館・資料館の協力を得て史資料の発掘調査収集を行い、あわせてその期間に両国の調査地で多分野の人が参加可能な開かれた形式の学術討論会を数次にわたり開催する。
Project Director 張 利民 Prof. Zhang Limin (天津社会科学院歴史研究所 Institute of History, Tianjin Academy of Social Sciences)
Discipline History
2002 International Conference on Monuments and Memory-Making in Japan
Duration July 15 - 17, 2002 (Conference)
Organization Department of Japanese Studies, National University of Singapore (Singapore)
Descriptions This conference will bring together leading scholars from Japan, US, UK, Israel, the Netherlands, Australia and Southeast Asia to discuss their comparative research on Monuments and History-Making, Nature Remembered, Remembering the Dead, Memory and Literature, Memory in Performing Art, and Nostalgia and Everyday Life.
Project Director Prof. Teow See Heng (National University of Singapore)
Discipline History
Project Outcome International Conference on Monuments and Memory-Making in Japan.
Historiography and Japanese Consciousness of Values and Norms
Duration October 30 - November 3, 2002 (Conference)
Organization Department of Germanic, Slavic and East Asian Studies, University of Calgary (Canada)
Descriptions This conference presents the latest research on the Japanese studies under the proposed theme by canadian scholars and scholars from Japan and other countries. This is to be held in conjunction with a meeting organized by International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Japan, a part and the concluding of the three year North American symposium series.
Project Director Prof. X. Jie Yang (University of Calgary)
Discipline History
Historical Atlas of Kyoto
Duration April 1, 2002 - March 31, 2003 (Joint-Research)
Organization Research Laboratory UMR 8075 "Japanese Civilization", National Center of Scientific Research (France)
Descriptions The Historical Atlas of Kyoto will be published in 2003 by UNESCO and will present the results of a 6 years collective research from Japanese and European scholars and of 3 years of realization and conception of Kyoto's original maps.
Project Director Dr. Nicolas Fieve (National Center of Scientific Research)
Discipline History
Anglo Japanese Alliance 1902-Centenary Conference
Duration September 12 - 14, 2002 (Conference)
Organization Scottish Centre for War Studies, Europe-Japan Social Science Research Centre, University of Glasgow (U.K.)
Descriptions To mark the centenary of the Alliance with speakers addressing various aspects.
Project Director Prof. Phillips O'Brien (University of Glasgow)
Discipline History
Project Outcome O'Brian, Phillips (ed.). The Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 1902-1922. Routledge-Curzon, 2004. ISBN 0-415-32611-7
The Russo-Japanese War & the 20th Century: An Assessment from a Centennial Perspective
Duration February 9 - 13, 2004 (Conference)
Organization The Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel)
Descriptions The conference will assemble experts in Japanese and Russian studies as well as related fields to discuss the implications the Russo-Japanese had for various issues in the 20th century and the lessons that can be learned from this decisive event.
Project Director Prof. Ben-Ami Shillony (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Discipline History

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