The Japan Foundation, Manila and the UP Asian Center is now accepting submissions for the 5th Japanese Studies in the Philippines Research Competition. Filipino graduate students—MA and PhD—may submit any Japan-related research papers (except topics that focus solely on natural sciences, medical sciences, and engineering); undergraduate students may enter essays addressing the topic, “Learning from each other: Disaster Resilience and Recovery in Japan and the Philippines.”
The application period will run from 10 October 2022 to 30 January 2023. Deadline of submissions is on 30 January 2023, 5 PM, PHT.
1. Must be a Filipino citizen currently enrolled in a BA/BS, or an MA/MS/PhD program in a university in the Philippines or abroad
2. Must be between 18 and 35 years old
Visit the UP Asian Center’s Website to read the full guidelines and paper submission process.
The 15th Annual International Conference on Japanese Studies and the 6th Women’s Manga Conference
“Manga and the Manga-esque: New Perspectives to a Global Culture”
22-23 January 2015
Ricardo and Dr. Rosita Leong Hall Auditorium
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights Campus
This two-day conference will involve scholars and educators who are interested in the issue of manga studies in Japan and Southeast Asia. We have also invited artists from Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, China and the Philippines to exhibit their works and conduct an artist talk. This conference aims to approach the theme from various viewpoints. The objectives of the conference include: 1) To show the various research topics and approaches in dealing with manga and manga-style works, and promote research by scholars, particularly from young researchers and students, 2) To provide a forum in English in order to accommodate the audience with no Japanese-language proficiency as well as to discuss the research agenda of manga with researchers in popular culture, 3) To make a network among major institutions related to Japanese Studies and publishing industries in the Philippines, particularly outside Metro Manila, and 4) To consequently contribute to the propagation of popular culture education in the Philippines.
Professionals: P800 for two days or P500 for each day
Students: P250 per day or P400 for two days
Conference fees for professionals include a conference kit, as well as snacks and lunch for 2 days. For non-Ateneo students, fee only includes snacks and lunch for 2 days.
For inquiries and confirmation of attendance, please contact Japanese Studies Program, Ateneo de Manila University at 426-6001 local 5248 and 5249, or firstname.lastname@example.org (c/o Dr. Karl Ian Uy Cheng Chua, conference convener).
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