Minato-ku Citizen's University

"Japan: Reform and Reaction"

Dates
May 16, 23, 30 (Wednesday)
Time
6:30 to 8 p.m.
Venue
TUJ Mita Hall, Room #502 (Access)
Cost
¥500 each (collected at the entrance)
To register
Register online, e-mail at tujinfo@tuj.temple.edu, or call at 0120-86-1026.

This series of three talks provides an overview of key issues in Japan, including the country's political circumstances, international relations, and economy and society. The lectures will be in English and should prove informative to newcomers and seasoned veterans of living and working in Tokyo.


Topics

Session One (5/16)
"Issues in Japanese Domestic Politics: (Non)sense and (In)sensibility"

Session Two (5/23)
"Issues in Japanese International Politics: Pride and Prejudice"

Session Three (5/30)
"Issues in Japanese Economy and Society: Successful Failure or Failed Success"


Lecturer

Phil Deans, Professor of International Affairs at TUJ
Professor Deans holds Ph.D. politics and international relations, University of Newcastle upon Tyne. He is a former tenured faculty member at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.