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2020  Webinar/1st Public Lecture of the Anthropological Institute 2020 "Disaster, Disability, and Design in Japan: Reflections on Accessibility from 3/11 to COVID-19"/Mark Bookman  2020/07/31 

活動内容等(Content of Activities) Webinar Planning, Coordination, Hosting: Benjamin Dorman

Lecturer: Mark Bookman

https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/474622014 

2020  Webinar/Book talk/Urban Migrants in Rural Japan Between Agency and Anomie in a Post-growth Society/Asian Ethnology Series No. 3/Susanne Klien  2121/02/22 

活動内容等(Content of Activities) 5th Public Lecture, Anthropological Institute, Nanzan University

Book talk/Urban Migrants in Rural Japan Between Agency and Anomie in a Post-growth Society, Asian Ethnology Series No. 3, Susanne Klien

Webinar Series Coordinator: Benjamin Dorman

https://vimeo.com/529553620 

2020  Asian Ethnology Podcast Interview with Steven Fedorowicz  2021/02/17 

活動内容等(Content of Activities) Series: Disability and Japan in the Digital Age

Podcast Coordinator: Benjamin Dorman

Interviewer: Mark Bookman

This episode features a discussion with Steven Fedorowicz, cultural anthropologist, visual anthropologist, and associate professor at Kansai Gaidai University. Steven will be giving a talk on “Representations of Deaf People in Japan: Inspiration, Outrage and Real Life,” as part of the “Disability and Japan in the Digital Age Series” via Zoom on May 14, 2021 (Details to follow). In discussing some of what he will be presenting, Steven talks about his ongoing project concerning media representations of deaf people and culture in Japan, and his introduction to his studies on and experiences with deaf communities. He also touches on his personal experiences that his understandings and approaches to deaf communities and disability studies.

Recorded 17 February 2021
https://asianethnology.org/page/podcastfedorowicz 

2020  Webinar/Feed back/How the Hearing Aid Molded a Regime of Rhythm in the Postwar Period  2020/12/11 

活動内容等(Content of Activities) ◆3rd Public Lecture 2020, Anthropological Institute, Nanzan University/Feed back/How the Hearing Aid Molded a Regime of Rhythm in the Postwar Period

Webinar Series Coordinator: Benjamin Dorman

https://vimeo.com/529545847 

2020  Webinar/Disability and Japan in the Digital Age Series How the Hearing Aid Molded a Regime of Rhythm in the Postwar Period  2020/12/11 

活動内容等(Content of Activities) Disability and Japan in the Digital Age Series
How the Hearing Aid Molded a Regime of Rhythm in the Postwar Period 

2020  Asian Ethnology Podcast Interview with Frank Mondelli  2020/11/26 

活動内容等(Content of Activities) Series: Disability and Japan in the Digital Age

Podcast Coordinator: Benjamin Dorman

Interviewer: Mark Bookman

Hearing Aids, Assistive Technologies, and Accessibility in Japan

This episode features Frank Mondelli, a doctoral candidate at Stanford University. Frank recently returned from research in Japan and is currently working on his doctoral dissertation on the social, technical, and political history of assistive technologies for deafness and hearing impairment in 20th century Japan. Frank discusses his recent work on the history of hearing aids in 1950s Japan, how he became interested in assistive technology, and how thinking about assistive technology can help us think about accessibility and inclusivity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Recorded 26 October 2020
https://asianethnology.org/page/podcastmondelli  

2020  Asian Ethnology Podcast Interview with Mark Bookman  2020/11/24 

活動内容等(Content of Activities) Series:Disability and Japan in the Digital Age
Introduction to the new series "Disability and Japan in the Digital Age"

In this episode, Mark Bookman discusses a new project that includes a series of lectures entitled "Disability and Japan in the Digital Age." The project is run through the Anthropological Institute, Nanzan University. He talks about the significance of the series at this time. Mark will also be presenting interviews with the participants in Asian Ethnology Podcast episodes.

An abstract of the project is as follows:

This research program will investigate core issues surrounding the study of disability in Japan. It has three main units: 1) Disability Studies; 2) Deaf Studies; and 3) Margins and Intersections. Collectively, those units will identify how stakeholders construct notions of disability in Japan by harnessing domestic developments and international innovations, including, but not limited to, those connected to law, policy, education, employment, media, technology, gender, and sex. Nine scholars from diverse personal and professional backgrounds will combine their expertise to produce a series of podcasts and presentations. Their efforts will culminate in the first edited volume in the English language devoted solely to the study of disability in the Japanese context.

Recorded 3 November 2020
https://asianethnology.org/page/podcastbookmanseries 

2020  Webinar/Asian Ethnology Series 2/Intangible Cultural Heritage in Asia  2020/10/26 

活動内容等(Content of Activities) ◇第1回公開シンポジウム/Intangible Cultural Heritage in Asia/Asian Ethnology Series 2

Webinar Series Planning and Coordination: Benjamin Dorman

https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/475367417 

2020  Webinar/Asian Ethnology Series/Why Does Bhujangabhushan Sing?/Asian Ethnology Series Inaugural Event/Frank Korom  2020/09/18 

活動内容等(Content of Activities) ◆第2回公開講演/Asian Ethnology Series/Why Does Bhujangabhushan Sing?/Asian Ethnology Series Inaugural Event/Frank Korom

Webinar Series Planning and Coordination: Benjamin Dorman

https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/460058480 

2020  Asian Ethnology Podcast Interview with Yoshiko Okuyama  2020/08/24 

活動内容等(Content of Activities) Reframing Disability in Manga

Podcast Coordinator: Benjamin Dorman

Interviewer: Mark Bookman

In this episode Yoshiko Okuyama talks about her most recent monograph, Reframing Disability in Manga (University of Hawai’i Press, 2020). Okuyama explains that her work examines representations of disabled people in manga serialized throughout the 1990s and 2000s, focusing on portrayals of deaf, blind, paraplegic, and autistic individuals, as well as those with gender dysphoria. Bookman asks Okuyama about the history behind her project and the logic that guided her decision-making regarding specific manga titles and disability identities. The two also unpack the contributions of Reframing Disability for scholars of gender, disability, and manga.

Recorded 3 July 2020
https://asianethnology.org/page/podcastokuyama 

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