Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture


The lecture series “Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture” is organized in close cooperation of the Kyoto University European Center, Heidelberg Office, and the Heidelberg University Office, Kyoto, the liaison offices of both universities in Japan and Germany. It aims at promoting and strengthening research exchange between Heidelberg University and Kyoto University.

 


 

■12th Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture(October 26, 2018・Kyoto)

The Western Origins of Modern Japanese Buddhism: An Aspect of the History of Exchanges between Japan and Europe in the Nineteenth Century

 

Lecturer: Prof. Hans Martin Krämer
Professor, Institute for Japanese Studies, Center for East Asian Studies, Heidelberg University

Commentator: Assoc. Prof. Yutaka Tanigawa
Associate professor, Division of History, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University

Date: 26 October 2018, 18:30–20:00

Venue: Yoshida International Exchange Hall, Yoshida Campus, Kyoto University

Details: Program | Report

 


 

■11th Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture(October 9, 2018・Heidelberg)
“Who are you? Questions from one’s other self, the Doppelgänger”

 

Lecturer: Prof. Kuwabara Tomoko
Graduate School of Education, Chair of Clinical Psychology, Kyoto University

Commentator: Prof. Dirk Hagemann
Section of Personality Research, Psychological Institute, Heidelberg University 

Date: 9 October 2018, 18:15–20:30

Venue: Hörsaal 14, Neue Universität ,Heidelberg University

Address: Universitätsplatz 1, Heidelberg

Details: Program | Report

 


 

■10th Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture(July 19, 2018・Heidelberg)
The Study of Man as Ethics? Tetsuro Watsuji’s Ethics Revisited (Prof. Abe Hiroshi, Siebold-Prize recipient, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University)

Lecturer: Prof. Abe Hiroshi (Siebold-Prize 2017 recipient)
Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University

Commentator:PD Dr. Jens Heise
Department of Philosophy, Heidelberg University

Date: 19 Juli 2018, 18:15–20:30

Venue: Alte Universität, Aula, Heidelberg University

Address: Grabengasse 1, Heidelberg

Details: Program | Report

 


 

■9th Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture(March 20, 2018・Heidelberg)
Japan’s southernmost Sue ware pottery center: Recent excavations and interdisciplinary research in the kiln site cluster at Nakadake Sanroku, Kagoshima

Lecturer: Dr. Maria Shinoto, Associate Professor, Institute of Prehistory, Protohistory and Near-Eastern Archaeology at Heidelberg University

Commentator: Makoto Tomii, Assistant Professor, Center for Cultural Heritage Studies, Kyoto University

Date: 10 May 2018, 18:15–20:30

Venue: Yoshida International Exchange Hall, Yoshida Campus, Kyoto University

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■8th Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture(March 20, 2019・Heidelberg)
Advancement of Vernacular Constructions against Natural Disasters

Speaker: Dr. Kazuyoshi Nishijima (Associate Professor), Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University

Commentator: Dr. Lukas Ley, Institute of Anthropology, Heidelberg University

Date: March 20th , 2017 18:00-20:00

Venue: Karl-Jaspers-Centre, Room 212, Heidelberg University

Details: Program | Report

 


 

■7th Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture(February 6, 2018・Kyoto)
What matters in 21st century learning: From the Surface to the Deep Structure of Instructional Quality in Schools

 

Speaker: Prof. Anne Sliwka, Professor at the Institute for Educational Science, University of Heidelberg/ Adjunct Professor at Heidelberg University of Education

Commentator: Dr. Ishii Terumasa, Associate Professor Graduate School of Education and Faculty of Education, Kyoto University

Date: February 6, 2018 18:15-20:30

Venue: Yoshida International Exchange Hall, Yoshida Campus, Kyoto University

Details: Program | Report

 


 

■6th Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture(December 12, 2017・Heidelberg)
The ‘Iron Horses’ that changed the History of Mankind? A History of Tractors in Modern Japan

Speaker: Prof. Tatsushi Fujihara, Associate Professor at the Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University

Commentator: Dr. Daniel Münster, Leader of Junior Research Group C 15 “Agrarian Alternatives”, “Asia and Europe in Global Context”, Heidelberg University

Date: November 12th , 2017 18:00-20:00

Venue: Karl-Jaspers-Centre, Room 212, Heidelberg University

Details: Program | Report

  

 


 

■5th Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture (November 7, 2017・Kyoto)
Is the Japanese Society becoming a slow society? Various phenomena and discourses in contemporary Japan

Speaker: Prof. Evelyn Schulz, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich

Commentator: Prof. Mariko Yoshida, Institute for Liberal Arts and Sciences (ILAS) Kyoto University

Date: November 7th , 2017 18:00-20:00

Venue: Yoshida International Exchange Hall, Yoshida Campus, Kyoto University

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■4th Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture(July 7, 2017・Heidelberg)
Change and Dissolution of the Concept ‘Post-War Period’ in Japan

Speaker: Prof. Toshihiko Kishi, the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University

Commentator: Takuma Melber
Lecturer and coordinator in the M.A. program “Transcultural Studies” at the Cluster of Excellence
“Asia and Europe in a Global Context”, Heidelberg University

Date: July 7th , 2017 18:00-20:00

Venue: Karl-Jaspers-Centre, Room 212, Heidelberg University

Details: Program | Report

  

 


 

■3rd Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture (April 19, 2017・Kyoto)
Looking at Japanese History from a Global History Perspective: The Proliferation of Violence, Global Weapons Trade and the Meiji Revolution

Speaker: Prof. Harald Fuess, Cluster of Excellence Asia and Europe in a Global Context, Heidelberg University

Commentator: Prof. Kagotani Naoto, Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University

Date: April 19th , 2017 18:00-20:00

Venue: Yoshida International Exchange Hall, Yoshida Campus, Kyoto University

Details: Program | Report

 

 

 

 


 

■2nd Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture (February 22, 2017・Heidelberg)
Fiction and Fictionality in Japanese Culture: – Shishōsetsu (I-Novel) and “Otaku” Culture –

Speaker: Prof. Ōura Yasusuke, Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University

Commentator: Prof. Judit Árokay, Institute for Japanese Studies, Heidelberg University

Date: February 22nd , 2017 18:15-19:45

Venue: Karl-Jaspers-Centre, Room 212, Heidelberg University

Details: Program

 


 

■1st Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture (December 20, 2016・Kyoto)
How did the Japanese Language receive the Western Literature in the Meiji Period? Looking at “Max und Moritz” and its Latin transliterated Japanese Version “Wampaku monogatari”

 

Speaker: Prof. Judit Àrokay, Institute for Japanese Studies, Heidelberg University

Commentator: Lecturer Irina Holca, Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University

Date: July 20th , 2016 18:00-20:00

Venue: Yoshida International Exchange Hall, Yoshida Campus, Kyoto University

Details: Program

  

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