【IWD Webinar Series】Japan Gender Update: Envisioning a Far more Female Future of Japan 2021 SHIRAHASE Sawako x Bill Emmott – Tokyo College

【IWD Webinar Series】Japan Gender Update: Envisioning a Far more Female Future of Japan 2021 SHIRAHASE Sawako x Bill Emmott

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【IWD Webinar Series】Japan Gender Update: Envisioning a Far more Female Future of Japan 2021 SHIRAHASE Sawako x Bill Emmott
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Zoom Webinar
Date(s) Friday, 12 March 2021, 6:00-7:00 pm
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Language English with simultaneous Japanese translation
Abstract

Since the inaugural Tokyo College lecture and the dialogue, “Envisioning a far more female future of Japan” (2019), Japanese society has undergone a number of historical events. We bring together original speakers of the dialogue to revisit the topic and discuss how gender ideals and practices may have changed in the past two years in Japan.

Speaker Profile

Speakers:

Bill Emmott (Writer, the Former Chief Editor of The Economist; Chair, Japan Society of the UK)

SHIRAHASE Sawako (Professor of Sociology; Director, University of Tokyo Center for Contemporary Japanese Studies)

 

Moderator:

SHAKUTO Shiori (Project Assistant Professor, Tokyo College)

 

Organized by Tokyo College, The University of Tokyo
Contact tokyo.college.event@tc.u-tokyo.ac.jp

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