CT2022: Conference Tickets available on Peatix

Cultural Typhoon 2022 Conference Tickets are now on sale!Please check the information below and purchase the tickets via Peatix. This conference will be a hybrid (on-site and online) event. Non-members are also welcome to purchase tickets and attend the event. Official merchandise will be sold on-site. For those who wish to purchase them online, you can select <Conference Tickets with Merchandise> (tickets limited to the first 10 people).  [Merchandise content (All items will have the CT 2022 art logo on them)] CT2022 Official Tote bagCT2022 Official StickersCT2022 Official Paper file folder*Sales are limited. Details on how to participate in the conference online will be announced later on this website and …

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Dear Cultural Typhoon 2022 applicants

Thank you very much for your submission to Cultural Typhoon 2022 (CT2022). As we informed you in a separate email, please keep in mind that you will be officially enrolled as a presenter AFTER you pay the required fees by August 1, based on your eligibility. Today, we have an announcement regarding the collaborative poster project on Twitter. CT2022 COLLABORATIVE ART POSTER PROJECT Share Your “Feminist Assertion” on the Main Art!! In keeping with the conference theme, “Return of the Repressed: A Typhoon for Feminisms,”we plan to create this year’s conference poster collaboratively. We encourage you to tweet about your “feminist assertion,” which may be included on the poster. We …

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CT 2022 Paper Presentation Registration Fee

If you are not currently a member of the Association for Cultural Typhoon, you need to pay a Paper Presentation Registration Fee after receiving an acceptance of your proposal. Paper Presentation Registration Fee (Pay after receiving acceptance of proposal) Employed (full-time)     11,000 yen Other           5,000 yen Money transfer service may require an additional transfer fee. When you pay a Paper Presentation Registration Fee via PayPal, we charge a PayPal transaction fee. Employed (full-time) 11,000 yen:340 yen Other 5,000 yen: 185 yen *If you would like to register as an ACT member, you need not pay the Paper Presentation Registration Fee. <Payment Methods> (1) Transfer to Japan Post Bank Company, Limited – …

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Call for Papers: Cultural Typhoon 2022 at Seijo University, Tokyo, Japan

Dear All ACT Members, Since last year, the ACT committee has discussed how and when we could hold the Cultural Typhoon 2022 amid the continuing concerns about the coronavirus. We would like to share with you the following updates. 1. Schedule We have organized Cultural Typhoons in June or July since its inception. However, we have decided to hold the next Typhoon later than usual in late September 2022 due to the pandemic. 2. Venue Cultural Typhoon 2022 will be held in Tokyo. We will announce the name of the university soon. 3. Cultural Typhoon 2022 Conference Format We have decided to hold the Cultural Typhoon 2022 in the hybrid …

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New grant program for study groups organized by younger members

Dear All ACT Members, As we have discussed about the future plan of the association in an annual general meeting at Kanazawa typhoon last year, we are so happy to announce that ACT is ready to start a new grant program for study groups organized by younger members from the next academic year. The program will be available for a group organized by an ACT member in category B or C, having a number of regular participants. The group must be organized for at least one year. The maximum grant amount per group will be 50,000 yen, and the number of grants to be awarded in 2022 will be limited …

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Cultural Typhoon 2021: “A Change in the Event Style”

Cultural Typhoon 2021: “A Change in the Event Style” Dear all, Well, the typhoon has not landed in Kanazawa. Unfortunately, the infection status of the new coronavirus cannot be predicted, individual / group presentations and project works will be held online, with only the symposium being held face-to-face in Kanazawa. We are very sorry to those who were looking forward to coming here. And we sincerely apologize for any convenience caused. But, as was mentioned in the call for papers in March, typhoons rarely come to “Back Japan”, so this is expected. If, and against the Pacific Centrism that claims “a typhoon always comes”, it is part of “the Back …

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Cultural Typhoon (Association for Cultural Typhoon)2021

Call for papers Cultural Typhoon (Association for Cultural Typhoon)2021   Cultural Typhoon 2021 will be held in Kanazawa. As many of you may know, this is the first Cultural Typhoon to take place on the west coast of the country, facing the Sea of Japan. Then, why has Cultural Typhoon only taken place on the Pacific side thus far? The reason is simple. It is because typhoons are a natural phenomenon that only occur on the Pacific side of the country. However, this was never a conscious decision on the part of the organizers. Most likely, we just looked at a phenomenon in the Pacific side and automatically concluded that …

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Call for Papers: Association for Cultural Typhoon (ACT) 2020 Online Conference

Association for Cultural Typhoon (ACT) 2020 Online Conference We are calling for proposals for individual research papers. Conference dates: November 28 (Sat.) and 29 (Sun.), 2020 Venue: Online via Zoom Proposal deadline: September 16, 2020 Conference Aim Cultural Typhoon 2020 (the annual conference of the Association for Cultural Typhoon) that was planned for Nagasaki was, unfortunately, cancelled due to the influence of coronavirus. However, with the desire to support emerging researchers with valuable presentation opportunities, our association has decided to create such an occasion. While these presentations will be held online, we consider them achievements equivalent to that of conventional academic conference presentations. We hope that this online conference will …

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Cancelation of Cultural Typhoon 2020

Dear members of the Association for Cultural Typhoon, Dear all presenters at Cultural Typhoon 2020 Nagasaki, As many of you know, the World Health Organization has declared the COVID-19 virus a global pandemic on March 11th. The new coronavirus has rapidly spread to more than 130,000 people from around the world during this three-month period subsequent to its first reports in December. Within Japan, the government has ordered the cancelation of large-scale events and has asked all educational institutions from primary schools to universities to fully close off in an effort to halt the spread of the virus. Cities around the world are now experiencing lockdowns and domestic and cross …

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