Call for participants(Project works)

Call for participants The Association for Cultural Typhoon (Japan) invites proposals for project works for the 2018 annual conference to be held at Ryukoku University, Kyoto, from 23 to 24 June 2018.   Project Works is a session that we accept workshops, performances and art exhibitions in a more alternative way than paper presentations. Registration is free in Cultural Typhoon 2018. Participation fee is charged on the day of your presentation. Non Cultural Typhoon members can also register in the session. The deadline for proposals is 3 March, 2018. We look forward to your participation.   <Application> To submit your proposal, please download the forms  (English/Japanese) and email it to booth.cultural.typhoon@gmail.com    <Deadline> The deadline for …

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Call for Paper_2018

The Association for Cultural Typhoon (Japan) invites proposals for panels and individual papers for the 2018 annual conference to be held at Ryukoku University, Kyoto, from 23 to 24 June 2018. Individual presentations should be 25 minutes in length with five minutes for questions and discussion. Group presentations should be 90 minutes in length, including questions and discussion. <Application> To submit your proposal, please download the forms from below and email it to apply.cultural.typhoon@gmail.com an attachment file. Application Form (Individual Presentation) Application Form (Group Presentation) The deadline for  23 December, 2017. <For Non-members of the Association for Cultural Typhoon> All participants of presentations should pay a ‘Paper Presentation Registration Fee’ after …

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Announcement on Cultural Typhoon 2018

Announcement on Cultural Typhoon 2018   Place: Ryukoku University, Kyoto(Ohmiya Campus) Date: 23rd, 24th June 2018 Sixteen years have passed since the first Cultural Typhoon was held at Waseda University in 2003. At that time, the Iraq war was launched, and neoliberal policy began to become dominant. Since then, we have seen drastic changes both in the spheres of international affairs and in the cultural, social, and economic environment that surrounds us. These changes have urged the Humanities and social sciences, including Cultural Studies, to rethink their research. If we consider the sphere of politics at present, populism is raging in developed countries, including the US and Japan, and not …

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