CJS organises Two-day International Seminar on "Japanese Studies in India and South Asia: towards a New Horizon"

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Monday, 9 December 2019
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Tuesday, 10 December 2019
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CJS organises Two-day International Seminar on "Japanese Studies in India and South Asia: towards a New Horizon"
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Centre for Japanese Studies
School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies
Jawaharlal Nehru University

 

Two-day International Seminar on “Japanese Studies in India and South Asia: towards a New Horizon” (インド・南アジアにおける日本研究::新たな地平線に向かって)

 

Dates: 9th-10th December 2019

Venue: Committee Hall, Convention Centre, JNU

Inaugural Session: 10am – 1pm, Monday, 9th December 2019

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 ACADEMIC SESSIONS

9th December 2019 (Monday)

Academic Session-1      Time:  1:45 – 3:45       Chair: Hemant Adlakha

1.

Abul Barkat

Role of Japanese Studies in Strengthening Bilateral and Multilateral Relationships between Japan and SAARC Countries

2.

Abdullah-Al-Mamun

Contribution of Japanese Companies in Promoting Japanese Business Culture in Bangladesh

3.

Dinmani

Comprehending Primordial Roots of Japanese Nationalism

4.

 

Tariq Sheikh / Arun Sham

Mysteries from the East Wing: Japan and the Princely State of Hyderabad

5.

T. V. Suryakant

Japanese Studies in South Asia: The Way Ahead

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4:00 – 4:15: Tea/Coffee Break        

Academic Session-2         Time:  4:15 – 5:25       Chair: P.A. George

1.

Gita  A. Keeni

Wit of one and Wisdom of many: Unique Cultural Treasure Resources of a Society

2.

Anushree

Significance of Travel Writing: A Study of Exploring India

3.

Sudipta Das

Lesser Known Footsteps towards Indian Independence in Japan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Round Table-1               Time: 5:25 – 6:25      

Moderator: Dr. Rajaram Panda

Topic: Future of Japanese Studies in South Asia: Problems and Prospects

Members: 1. Prof. Abul Barkat   2. Dr. Dilrukshi Rathnayake  3. Dr. Dinmani  4. Dr. T. V. Suryakant   6. Prof. P. A. George  7. Dr. Gita A. Keeni 8. Ms. Khine Khine Zin 9. Mr. Kaoru Miyamoto 10. Dr. M.V. Lakshmi

 

10th December 2019 (Tuesday)

Academic Session-3           Time:  9:15 – 11:35       Chair: Neera Kongari

1.

Shigeki Iwai

The Emergence of Smile Photographs in Modern Japan (近代日本における笑顔写真の誕生)

2.

Dilruba Sharmin

The Growing Influence of Japanese Pop Culture on the Young Consumers of Bangladesh

3.

Kaoruko Matsumura

Image Formation and Influence of Japanese Oni on  Children’s Picture Books

4.

Janashruti Chandra

A Cross Cultural Study of Speech Acts Realization Patterns (CCSARP II) in SAARC Countries – Example and a Project Proposal

5.

Manami Fujihira

Distance Learning of Japanese Culture: How to Create a Blended Classroom

6.

P. N. Nimesha Dilshani Dayarathne

Translation Strategies of Cultural Words and Expressions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11:35 – 11:50: Tea/Coffee Break

 

Academic Session-4      Time:  11:50 – 1:35     Chair: Manjushree Chauhan

1.

Dilrukshi Rathnayake

A Study of problems of Japanese Language Teaching in Secondary Schools in Sri Lanka

2.

Noriko Nasukawa

日本語教育における異文化理解教育の必要性 (Significance of Intercultural Understanding inTeaching Japanese Language)

3.

Atsumi Miyatani

海外の大学における異文化間コミュニケーション能力養成を目的としたビジネス日本語教育の可能性 -ベトナムの大学における「ビジネス日本語コース」の実践を基に-

4.

Khine Khine Zin

The Effect of Peer-learning in first year Non-Kanji students of Yangon University of Foreign Languages

5.

Myint Myint Thein

Enhancing Motivation for Reading through extensive Reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1:35 – 2:20: Lunch

Academic Session-5           Time:  2:20 – 4:40        Chair: Anita Khanna

 

1.

 

Unita Sachidanand

 

 

Status of Japanese Literature Studies in India with Special Reference to Translation and Research: A Comprehensive Survey

2.

M. V. Lakshmi

Buddhism as a means of mutual understanding:

A case study of Mishima Yukio’s Houjo no Umi (Sea of Fertility)

3.

Pankaj Kumar

Translation of Japanese Literary Texts and its Significance: An Indian Perspective

4.

 

Ambika Basu

The Poetic Amalgamation of Concepts kokoro-sugata, (心・姿) jo-kei  (情・景) and kyosho-keisho (興象・形象)in Chikamatsu’s Joruri

5.

Rupa Singh

Understanding Japan through the Eyes of Mirra Alfassa

6.

Anu Kumari

Kanji Compound Terms and Expressions in Literary Texts: Analysis of Akutagawa Ryunosuke’s Rashomon, Hana & Kumono ito

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4:40 – 4:55: Tea/Coffee Break

 

Round Table-2         Time: 4:55 – 5:55     

Topic: Networking among South Asian Scholars of Japanese Studies: Scope and Necessity

Moderator: Prof. Mito Takamichi

Members: 1. Prof. Manjushree Chauhan, 2. Prof. Ashok Chawla  3. Prof. P. A. George  4. Dr. Unita Sachidanand  5.  Ms. Myint Myint Thein 6. Mr. Tariq Sheikh  7. Mr. Abdullah-Al-Mamun 8. Dr. Dilruba Sharmin 9. Dr.Sudipta Das  10. Ms. Janashruti Chandra 11. Mr. Kaoru Miyamoto