Dialogues with UTokyo’s Partner Institutions: Perspectives on Society After COVID-19 【Princeton – UTokyo Dialogue】Session 2 Gender Inequality - Tokyo College

Dialogues with UTokyo’s Partner Institutions: Perspectives on Society After COVID-19 【Princeton – UTokyo Dialogue】Session 2 Gender Inequality

When:
2021.11.08 @ 15:00
2021-11-08T15:00:00+09:00
2021-11-08T15:15:00+09:00
Dialogues with UTokyo’s Partner Institutions: Perspectives on Society After COVID-19 【Princeton - UTokyo Dialogue】Session 2 Gender Inequality

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Date(s) Monday, 8 November 2021, Available from 3:00pm
Venue

Tokyo College YouTube Channel 

Language English and Japanese simultaneous translation
Abstract

What impact has the coronavirus crisis had on society and on universities, and where should we go from here? Researchers from Princeton University and the University of Tokyo, two important partners, discuss these issues.

Program

Session 2 : Gender Inequality

Speakers 

James RAYMO(Professor of Sociology, Princeton University)

SHIRAHASE Sawako (Professor of Sociology, The University of Tokyo)

Moderator

HANEDA Masashi(Director, Tokyo College, The University of Tokyo)

Organized by Tokyo College, The University of Tokyo | Co-organizer: Princeton University

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