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INTERVIEW "Beyond Women’s Day: Strengthening Communities of Female Talent in Japan"

Japan faces a shortage in female talent in the paid workforce, especially in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. Join us as we invite Ksenia Zolotareva, a Women@JP Career Pillar Lead and Senior Business Consultant at Google Japan, to speak about her experiences and strategies for strengthening communities of female talent in Japan.

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Zoom Webinar
Friday, 20 May 2022, 12:00-12:45

LECTURE (PROF. SHIMAZU NAOKO) Rethinking Methodology in Global Diplomacy

Why do we need to rethink about the way we study and make sense of global diplomacy? In this lecture, I explore how cultural approaches can illuminate important aspects of diplomacy which have not been adequately considered in much of the existing scholarly literature.

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Koshiba Hall, Hongo Campus, The University of Tokyo
Tuesday, 7 June 2022, 4:00-5:30 pm (Doors open: 3:30pm)

LECTURE (PROF. ANTOINE COMPAGNON) Rereading Proust in 2022

In 2022, we are commemorating the centennial of Marcel Proust’s death with an extraordinary salvo of publications, exhibitions, and acclamations. “Proust is the man of the year,” advertised the Italian magazine La Repubblica on New Year’s Day. It gives us an occasion to evaluate the magnitude of his novel, Remembrance of Things Past or In Search of Lost Time, and also to compare this anniversary with the previous one, 1971, a century after Proust’s birth.

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Tetsumon Memorial Hall, Faculty of Medicine Experimental Research Bldg
Thursday, 23 June 2022, 4:00-5:30 pm (Doors open: 3:30 pm)

BLOG The Future of Law and Language Education

There is a word known as "niwari shihō," which refers to the fact that in Japan, only twenty percent of people have made use of legal services. ... Other than economic factors like cost, some of the reasons cited included psychological barriers like feeling that their problem was "not serious enough to consult a lawyer" or that they felt that "consulting a lawyer is a last resort." At the root of such reasoning is likely the low level of public legal awareness in Japan caused by the inaccessibility of legal language.

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NISHIKAWA Sora
2022.05.09

BLOG Our Fourth Spring

This month, Tokyo College welcomed its fourth academic year since its founding in February of 2019. As I noted in the blog titled “Graduate No. 1” from this past February, Tokyo College has grown steadily over the last three years thanks to the tremendous help and support we have received from numerous people.

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HANEDA Masashi
2022.04.27

ABOUT US Our principle theme “The Earth and Human Society in 2050”

Tokyo College aims to generate new knowledge to contribute to the creation of an inclusive society and spark deeper public engagement with the University.

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The Future of Law and Language Education

2022.05.09
Tokyo College Blog

This blog post was created as part of the “zengaku zemi” seminar “Life and Language in the 21st Century” offered at the University of Tokyo during the 2021-2022 academic year. In this course, undergraduate students from …

Our Fourth Spring

2022.04.27
HANEDA Masashi

This month, Tokyo College welcomed its fourth academic year since its founding in February of 2019. As I noted in the blog titled “Graduate No. 1” from this past February, Tokyo College has grown steadily over the last t…

New Member Interview: Postdoctoral Fellow Yen Yen Sally RAHAYU

2022.04.21
Tokyo College Blog

In this blog series, we interview new members of Tokyo College. For this entry, we spoke with Dr. Yen Yen Sally RAHAYU, a Postdoctoral Fellow who joined us this April. Welcome to Tokyo College! Could you tell us a little…

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