Ars Vivendi E-mail Magazine No.48 (April 30, 2011)
We, Global COE Program Ars Vivendi, would like to let you know the
following five news.
1) We have added some information to The Great East Japan Earthquake.
Concerning its Japanese-version page, we have just started
collecting and providing useful information for people with
disabilities and diseases who need support at the evacuation
2) We have made an English-version page of Whose Feminism Is It?:
Collection of Dialogues by Freeter's Free.
3) Disability Movement: Studies in Japan, written by Professor
Shin'ya Tateiwa, our program leader, is now on the list of The
Disability Archive UK.
4) Dr. Tomoki Niiyama, our postdoctoral fellow, writes about his
research in Research Highlights.
5) Our program members have conducted various kinds of global
research activities. The following is the brief report written
by Professor Reiko Gotoh.
Professor Dumouchel and I organized the 7th International
Conference of Multiculturalism and Social Justice on January, 2011.
This time the main presentors were students who had voluntarily
submitted to "the call for papers" from all over the world. The
theme, Democracy and Globalization, attracted many people including
senior scholars and specialists, and brought stimulating comments
*Please click below for more detailed information about our program.
We are eager to promote collaborative research projects with
disabled patients' advocacy groups, non-profit organizations, as
well as domestic and international researchers.
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