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ミネソタ大学日本語科の内田先生からのお知らせです。


今学期日本語の一年生が毎週金曜日の1時半から2時半までJapanese Conversation Tableというものをしています。クラス以外にも日本語を話す機会を学生に設けてあげたくて始めたのですが、日本人の学生さんたちにも参加して頂き学生の会話の相手になってもらえればと思っています。
参加していただける方はuchi0009@umn.eduまでご連絡ください。
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[ANNOUNCEMENT] Japan Studies Workshop
This is an announcement from Japan Studies Workshop at the University of
Minnesota.

これはミネソタ大学のJapan Studies Workshopの皆様からのアナウンスメントで
す。
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12月2日金曜日に、学部生の藤塚美奈子さんと宮内一くんが日米の国際開発援助について発表しディスカッションフォーラムを行います。
場所: 1114 Social Sciences Building
日時: 12月2日金曜日
内容: 学部生の日米国際開発援助についての発表をきいて、その後によろしかったら感想を聞かせてください。
参加費: もちろん無料です。
お菓子: ちょっとしたお菓子と飲み物もあります。
お気軽にお立ち寄りください。
連絡先:JapanStudiesWorkshop Fujitsuka 、Miyauchi


Workshop 4: Discussion Forum on International Developments and Japan

Friday, December 2nd 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. @ 1114 Social Sciences

Presiders/Organizers: Minako Fujitsuka (Political Sciences & Economics) & Hajime Miyauchi (Global Studies & Sociology)

Abstract
The Role of the U.S. and Japanese Funded Educational Programs for the World Development: A Case in Indonesia

Our 4th workshop will focus on the role of the U.S. and Japanese educational aids intending to support countries like Indonesia to develop their infrastructures and environmental conservation systems. Indonesia is an interesting case to study because of the large number of students studying in the US and Japan. We will introduce educational programs sponsored by the U.S. Fulbright and the Japan International Cooperation Agency. These two organizations provide scholarships to study at the higher educational institutions in the US and Japan. On the other hand, these organizations dispatch technicians to transfer their skills to the people within the borders of the country. Which method of training is more preferable to achieve the developmental goals? Moreover, we are concerned about whether training is done locally or abroad, these programs could be imposing interests of the more powerful nations on the less powerful. Some argue that this is a new form of an imperialist strategy to exploit the “have-nots” to keep the economic and political power of the “haves” in the world today. In our discussion forum, we will learn about the organizations and the effectiveness of their programs. We will discuss how the US and Japan could play roles in the development processes in Indonesia and the Global South, as well as the impact of the U.S. and the Japanese political and economic interests on international cooperation issues.
[ANNOUNCEMENT] Japan Studies Workshop
This is an announcement from Japan Studies Workshop at the University of
Minnesota.

これはミネソタ大学のJapan Studies Workshopの皆様からのアナウンスメントで
す。

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Japan Studies Workshop http://blog.lib.umn.edu/fuji0058/japanstudiesgroup/
1114 Social Sciences Building from 5:30 p.m. Friday, November 4, 2005

Eunhye Yoo in Sociology will present her research project on the democratization processes of South Korea and Japan during the U.S. occupation, 1945-50.

Workshop 3
Friday, November 4th 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. @ 1114 Social Sciences
Presenter: Eunhye Yoo (Sociology)
Learning about the Democratization Processes of South Korea and Japan
"State, Intellectuals and Citizens in the Public Sphere During 1945-1950: Comparative Analysis on Korea and Japan"

This presentation abstract is available from the link below.
http://blog.lib.umn.edu/archives/fuji0058/japanstudiesgroup/cat_presentation_abstracts.html

We welcome any interested friends!
Looking forward to meeting you all on Friday.

Japan Studies Workshop is funded by the GAPSA at the University of Minnesota.
[ANNOUNCEMENT] Japan Studies Workshop
This is an announcement from Japan Studies Workshop at the University of
Minnesota.

これはミネソタ大学のJapan Studies Workshopの皆様からのアナウンスメントで
す。

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Hi - Japan Studies Workshop is this Friday!

This workshop is Masako Nakamura's visual presentation on war brides from Japan. I have attached her flier with this message as a PDF file. Those who might not know about this topic should also be able to enjoy her visual presentation!

Minako has uploaded "First Workshop Minutes" on the Blog http://blog.lib.umn.edu/fuji0058/japanstudiesgroup/ so please check this out.

Workshop 2
Friday, October 28th 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. @ 1114 Social Sciences
Presenter: Masako Nakamura (History)
Explaining the U.S. History with the WWII 'War Brides' from Japan
"Disciplining and Integrating the Women of Racially "Ineligible for
Citizenship" into the Imagined "American Families": Brides Schools for
Japanese Wives of American Servicemen and the U.S. Occupation of Japan"

FLY attached with this message (Presentation Abstract and Slide are unavailable)

Looking forward to meeting you all this Friday.

Chika Shinohara
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