The event is in English and Japanese
Free and open to all
More than a year after the triple disaster of March 2011, we have assembled some of the most active and insightful scholars and activists working on 3.11 from a range of disciplines and perspectives to offer their responses to the questions:
What should we be teaching about 3.11?
How can we teach it effectively?
Each presenter has selected the most relevant materials on 3.11 from their areas and contextualized them in a full syllabus. We will organize presenters into thematic panels to collectively identify key issues and resources, to share pedagogical approaches and anticipate the sorts of research that these syllabi can generate.
We will also introduce the use of different databases of 3.11 materials, including the following:
http ://www . japanfocus . org/japans-3 . 11-earthquake-tsunami-atomic-meltdown
http ://teach311 . wordpress . com/about/
http ://www . jdarchive . org/
Presenters will include:
Daniel Aldrich, Purdue
Ted Bestor, Harvard
Andrew Gordon, Harvard
Habu Junko, UC Berkeley
Koichi Hasegawa, Tohoku U.
Todd Holden, Tohoku U.
Rieko Kage, Tokyo U.
Shuhei Kimura, Fuji Tokoha U.
Love Kindstrand, Sophia
Liz Maly, Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution
Nomiya Daishiro, Sophia
Lisa Onaga, UCLA
Robert Pekkanen, U. of Washington
Sharon Traweek, UCLA
Tao Yoichi, Kogakuin
Satsuki Takahashi, Princeton
Shinji Yamashita, Tokyo U
If you have any questions, please contact David Slater (email@example.com)
This event is made possible by a generous grant from Japan Foundation.
Institute of Comparative Culture, Sophia University
7-1 Kioicho, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 102-8554, JAPAN
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