"Hafu" & Diversity in Japan"
29 May 2010
1:00pm - 5:30pm
Building 16, Room 305
No booking required
Through the study of Hafus, we will explore the "Japanese" and "Japanese culture". The aim is to conceptualise Japan as a multicultural/diverse society. This is the first of an exciting workshop series of the "Hafu" & Diversity in Japan" (working title) research group based at Waseda University, Media/Citizenship Research Centre.
Our first workshop focuses on the varying identities of Hafus. The event will kickstart with a talk by the Hafu Project, which involves the art and academia by curating photography exhibitions, producing short videos/documentary, and offering a wide range of participatory events. In the second half of the workshop we will have some discussion time to talk about the agenda at stake, and the future of the research group "Hafu & Diversity in Japan".
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Talk by Hafu ProjectMarcia Yumi Lise & Lara Takagi
Short Film Screening"The image of Hafus""Group identification among Hafus"
3:20pm - 5:30pm
Agenda of the research group "Hafus and diveristy in Japan"
Navigators: Kawai Yuko (Tokai University) and Iwabuchi Kouichi (Waseda University)