Grants Database For the year 2003: History

Research/Conference/Seminar Grant Program for Japanese Studies
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HISTORY (4 projects)

明治儒学の研究
Duration October 10 - 14, 2003 (Joint-Research)
Organization 浙江大学日本文化研究所 Institute of Japanese Culture Studies, Zhejiang University (China)
Descriptions 明治時代における政治、経済、思想、文芸諸分野で儒学に関する文献史料を調査・分析したうえで、その時代の儒学の特色と影響を具体的に解明することを試みる。
Project Director 劉 岳兵 Prof. Liu Yuebing (浙江大学 Zhejiang University)
Discipline History
Project Outcome 『明治時代の儒教』. 浙江大学日本文化研究所.
Meiji Jidai no Jukyou. Institute of Japanese Culture Studies, Zejiang University.
Workshop on Modern Japanese History
Duration November 24 - 26, 2003 (Workshop)
Organization Japanese Studies Section, Murdoch University (Australia)
Descriptions A workshop will be held with invited speakers from other centres. Workshop papers will be prepared for publication as special issue of a journal.
Project Director Dr. Sandra Wilson (Murdoch University)
Discipline History
Printed Catalogue of the Early Japanese Books in the Russian State Library (Vol.3)
Duration April 1, 2003 - March 31, 2004 (Joint-Research)
Organization Oriental Center, Russian State Library (Russia)
Descriptions The first part of the project, namely the close examination of the books, has more or less been completed, and the main task now is to furnish the descriptions of the books. The Japanese description will consist of a bibliographic record. The English description will also provide some information about the authors and the contents of the books, and the Russian descriptions will consist of a bibliographic record in Russian and convey the same information as the English.
Project Director Mr. Sergei A. Kazantsev (Russian State Library)
Discipline History
Conference on Medieval Urbanism in Japan and Europe
Duration February 13 - 17, 2004 (Conference)
Organization Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (U.K.)
Descriptions An academic international conference over four days in Norwich with a final session at the Japan Foundation in London.
Project Director Mr. Simon Kaner (Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures)
Discipline History

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