International seminar Political Discourses on Religion in Contemporary Japan: Beyond the “New”?
The International Symposium “Political Discourses on Religion in Contemporary Japan: Beyond the ‘New’?” will bring distinguished scholars together to dissect nuanced aspects of Japan’s socio-political terrain.
The symposium promises an engaging exploration of Japan’s contemporary religious landscape, transcending conventional narratives and challenging existing paradigms.
By critically examining the intersections of religion, politics, and gender in Japan, this symposium contributes valuable insights to the broader discourse on global governance, shedding light on how actors both domestic and transnational navigate through complex socio-political dynamics.
|12/22/2023 15:00〜18:00 (JST)
Tohoku University Main Library 1F Multipurpose Room
27-1 Kawauchi, Aoba, Sendai
|Organizer: Graduate School of International Cultural Studies (GSICS)
|Co-organiser: Graduate School of Arts and Letters
|Free of charge