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PANEL DISCUSSION Eugenics Legacies in Japan: Revelations, Reparations, and Representation

This panel discussion examines the history of eugenics in modern Japan as well as its local and global legacies. Featuring presentations The panel will feature presentations on topics such as reproductive rights, media discourse around violent acts, and forced sterilization, it will also include discussion about the future implications of eugenics in Japan’s past and present.

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Available on 2021.11.1 at 17:00

COMING SOON Lecture and Dialogue Series "Language and Identity"

What is an ‘identity,’ and what does it mean to have one? How is an identity expressed through language use? With a spotlight on cultural, gender, and national identities, this lecture series explores a wide range of approaches to the intersections of language and identity.

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Beginning 2021.11.08

COMING SOON Dialogues with UTokyo’s Partner Institutions: Perspectives on Society After COVID-19【ANU – UTokyo Dialogue】

Leading scholars from ANU and the University of Tokyo will discuss various aspects of post-pandemic society, including social issues highlighted by the pandemic and how we can better prepare for possible future crises.

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Beginning 2021.11.22

BLOG Everyone is a Scientist

Did you know that anyone can identify distant galaxies? Would you like to teach Mars rovers how to classify terrain? Or maybe help zoologists find out more about animal behavior or linguists understand more about different languages? Could you ever imagine that you can do all that without a degree in any of these disciplines?

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Maria TELEGINA
2021.08.21

RECRUITMENT Associate Professor Position at Tokyo College

Tokyo College is recruiting an Associate Professor who can lead cross-disciplinary international collaborative research as well as assist in the management of Tokyo College.

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Deadline
2021.12.27

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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Everyone is a Scientist

2021.08.21
Maria TELEGINA

Did you know that anyone can identify distant galaxies? Would you like to teach Mars rovers how to classify terrain? Or maybe help zoologists find out more about animal behavior or linguists understand more about differe…

Ethnographies of Life and Work: Researcher Series Ep. 3 Dr Takeo HOSHI

2021.07.23
SHAKUTO Shiori

 It happened about 20 years ago, when Professor Hoshi had just moved homes with his two children in San Diego, California. In addition to preparing teaching materials, he had to write articles and books. Having had hardly any time to rest, he found himself rushing to his study as soon as he got home every day.

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