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Ars Vivendi E-mail Magazine No.11 (October 7, 2009)
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We, Global COE Program Ars Vivendi, would like to let you know the
following two news.

First, we have been making an English-version page of People with Disabilities
and Higher Education.
http://www.arsvi.com/d/e20-e.htm

There are more than 10 graduate students with disabilities at our graduate
school, such as ones with visual disabilities and ones who use wheelchairs.
They have been conducting research actively.
The supports for their learning and research are realistic challenges
for us.
Last year we published Techniques of Support for Students with Visual
Disabilities
in which our graduate students and others wrote about the framework
of providing textual information for people with disabilities.
http://www.arsvi.com/b2000/0902as-e.htm
cf.
http://www.arsvi.com/ts2000/20090926-e.htm

Second, we will have Special Public Opening Symposium "After Metahistory:
Lecture on Postmodernism by Professor Hayden WHITE" with Graduate School
of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences and Institute of Human Sciences
at Toyo University on October 22.
http://www.arsvi.com/a/20091022-e.htm

*Please click below for more detailed information about our program.
http://www.arsvi.com/a/index.htm
http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/acd/re/k-rsc/ars_vivendi/english.html

We are eager to promote collaborative research projects with patients'
advocacy groups, non-profit organizations, as well as domestic and
international researchers, apply for competitive research grants and conduct
research projects commissioned by governmental and private institutions.

[Ars Vivendi E-mail Magazine]
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please e-mail TAE01303@nifty.ne.jp
For past issues of our e-mail magazine, please take a look at
http://www.arsvi.com/a/eme.htm

General Editor : Shin'ya Tateiwa
Chief Editor : Minoru Kataoka
Publication : Research Center for Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University
56-1 Kitamachi, Tojiin, Kita-ku, Kyoto, Japan 603-8577




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