Authors: Shahzad Uddin, Yuji Mori, Pawan Adhikari
International Review of Administrative Sciences, published 6th November 2017
Link to paper: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0020852317721335
Posted by Professor Shahzad Uddin, University of Essex
A special colloquium at the National Museum of Ethnology, Japan, titled "Thinking about an anthropology of care: A Discussion with F. Aulino and J. Danely."
This colloquium was based on two projects; “An Anthropological Study on Reorganization of Care in the Post-Welfare Era,” a research project funded by JSPS, and “An Anthropological Study on the Flexible Interface of Family with Society,” a Minpaku joint research project, 9-10 December, 2017.
2018 SSRC Abe Fellowship for project ‘Comparison of older ex-offender resettlement and community-based organizations for reducing recidivism in Japan and in the United Kingdom’. This project will use ethnographic methods to examine the intersection of social/demographic change, criminal law, and welfare policy in the lives of older men who have been released from prison but who lack family support and who are most at risk of re-offending.
Presenters: Satoshi Tojo, Alan Marsden and Keiji Hirata. Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research, Matosinhos, Portugal, 25-28 Sept. 2017, 126-136.
Link to paper:
This paper is a result of work done during a Bridge fellowship in 2017.
Posted by Dr Alan Marsden, Lancaster University.
This event brought together researchers from Europe, the US and Japan to discuss recent work and to present the results of a JSPS funded project.
Venue/Date: Technical University Munich Academic Centre Raitenhaslach; 27-29 September 2017
Programme Link: http://www.science-careers.wi.tum.de/Workshop_programme_web.pdf
Posted by Dr Cornelia Lawson, University of Cambridge