National Institutes for the Humanities Lectures and Symposia

Kick-off Symposium for a Multidisciplinary Collaborative Project by the National Institutes for the Humanities
"The development of intellect in the humanities: Health, Regional Culture, and Books"

DateSaturday, March 19, 2016
VenueKokuyo Hall
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Symposium "Learning from Disaster Preserving and Regenerating Information Resources on History and Culture"

DateSaturday, January 25, 2014
VenueTsuda Hall
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This is a symposium by National Institutes for the Humanities (NIHU) Inter-institutional research project on "Large-scale disasters and humanities research."

"Japanese Across The Sea"

DateSunday, September 1, 2013
VenueHitotsubashi Hall, Hitotsubashi University (2nd Floor of Academic Center)
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NINJAL held a public lecture and symposium introducing the outline of the Japanese language as seen from an interdisciplinary standpoint, from such fields as Japanese language studies, Japan studies, history, musicology, and cultural anthropology, with the aim of deepening understanding of the Japanese-speaking community by people from overseas.

Symposium "Large-Scale Disaster and Human Culture Research" (Kansai Venue)

DateSunday, March 24, 2013
VenueThe 5th Seminar Room of The National Museum of Ethnology
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This is a symposium by National Institutes for the Humanities (NIHU) Inter-institutional research project on "Large-scale disasters and humanities research."

Symposium "Large-Scale Disaster and Human Culture Research" (Kanto Venue)

DateThursday, March 21, 2013
VenueFukurasia Tokyo · Large Conference Room D
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This is a symposium by National Institutes for the Humanities (NIHU) Inter-institutional research project on "Large-scale disasters and humanities research."

"Diversity of Language Patterns"

DateSaturday, February 19, 2011
VenueYurakucho Asahi Hall, Tokyo
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NINJAL held an open lecture and symposium geared toward the general public, with a lecture and discussion on language: not just on individual words, but on the various elements of language and their diversity.

"Japanese Language Seen from Uchi (Inside) and Soto (Outside)"

DateSaturday, December 5, 2009
VenueYurakucho Asahi Hall
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NINJAL held an open lecture and symposium, geared toward the general public, on the topics of "Japanese and the diversity of dialects," "Japanese as seen by playwrights," "Infant language development and Japanese," and "Japanese and the world’s languages."