News tag: Research

19 September 2015

Japan Research Network Edinburgh - bringing together those working on any area of Japan

Together with colleagues at the University of Edinburgh, former Daiwa Scholar Dr Chris Harding is setting up a ‘Japan Research Network Edinburgh’. The Network’s aim is to bring together scholars working on any area of Japan – staff, researchers, and graduate students alike – via a website ( ) where they can search for one another via name, institution, and research interests. They will also hold seminars in Edinburgh a few times per year. Their first will be given by Angus Lockyer, on 12th March 2015. Though they are particularly keen to get colleagues in Scotland and the north of England talking to and meeting one another, they would very much like to extend the invitation to scholars across the UK.

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14 August 2013

Update from Aberystwyth University, a Daiwa Small Grant Recipient

We gave a Small Grant to Aberystwyth University in March 2011 to support reciprocal UK-Japan visits by four sports science academics initiating a cross-cultural project on coaches’ leadership styles and athletes’ impression management patterns. This project also has resulted in workshops and publications. We are very pleased to have received an update from Dr Joann Hudson, and there seems

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25 July 2013

Daiwa Adrian Prizes 2013: Prize Winners Announced

We are pleased to announce the 2013 Daiwa Adrian Prize winners. Four UK-Japan scientific research teams will each receive £10,000 in prize money. A full list of project leaders, team members and their institutions is included below. The prize was advertised widely in print media, through our website and social media. We received an excellent

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9 May 2013

International Japanese Modern Art History Symposium (JAMAHS)

New Boundaries in Modern Japanese Art History: Extending Geographical, Temporal and Generic Paradigms.  From 19  to 20 June 2013 at SOAS, University of London (Russell Sq campus). SOAS will hold an international symposium on Japanese Modern Art and its History, with the aim of giving insights into the changing boundaries and concepts of Japanese and wider East

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