Listen to the Japan Fellow presentations.
Dr Emiko Okayama, Asia Institute, University of Melbourne.
Meiji editions of Bakin’s ‘Hakkenden’ and the rise of Japan’s modern publishing industry.
Fellowship supported by the Harold S. Williams Trust.
Honorary Japan Fellowship
Professor Rikki Kersten, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, The Australian National University.
Japan’s place in the US alliance system after the ‘pivot’ .
Dr Chiaki Ajioka, Freelance writer. Fellowship supported by the Harold S. Williams Trust
Mingei Intercultural : globalisation of craft philosophy and taste.
Dr Gary Hickey, Research Fellow, University of Queensland; Research Fellow, University of Melbourne; Visiting Research Scholar, International Research Centre for Japanese Studies.
The Clough collection of Japanese prints in the NLA Fellowship supported by the Harold S. Williams Trust.
Professor Ellis Krauss, Professor, Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, University of California.
Prime Ministerial Leadership in Post-War Japan Fellowship supported by the Harold S. Williams Trust.
Ms Amy Newland, Japan Fellow, freelance writer, editor and scholar, Adelaide. Fellowship supported by the Harold S. Williams Trust.
The artist and the actor: Toyohara Kunichika's 'One hundred roles of Onoe Kikugoro V and Ichikawa Danjuor IX
Dr Donna Weeks, Lecturer, Japanese Studies and International Relations, University of the Sunshine Coast. Fellowship supported by the Harold S. Williams Trust.
Resource Security and Japan's Regional Security Trajectory
Dr Sarah Paine, Professor of Strategy and Policy, Naval War College, USA
Japanese-Chinese-Soviet Rivalry in East Asia (1931-1949) Public Lecture
Dr Narangoa Li, Reader, Japan Centre, Faculty of Asian Studies, Australian National University, Sydney
Collaboration, nationalism and imperial strategy: Japanese-trained armies and police in northeast Asia Public Lecture
Dr Rowena Ward, Lecturer in Japan Studies and teacher in the Japanese Language and Culture Program, Institute for International Studies, University of Technology, Sydney
The human legacy of Japanese colonialism
Aurelia George Mulgan, Associate Professor of Politics, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra
Role of the Liberal Democratic Party in agricultural policymaking in Japan