Ars Vivendi E-mail Magazine No.135 (April 15, 2015)
Academic year 2015 starts from this April and Prof. Tateiwa, our
center's director, would like to deliver you the following
Dear all of our readers,
Academic Year 2015 has just started. Two senior researchers have
been newly appointed, but as a whole, the organization of our
Center has not changed very much. This academic year is very
important for us in order to maintain/develop our Center's
We have developed research collarboration with various foreign
institutions/groups/researchers, especilly with Korean ones. Since
last academic year we have been forming a relationship with Chinese
researchers/private activists. We will hold a research meeting
on disability studies with Korean/Chinese institutions/groups in
Beijing this September.
Moreover, we have a lot of things to let you know about. Thus, we
will make every efforts to make our research contents/information
in English so that you can take a look at them. In order for us to
do so, we would really appreciate it if you would let us know what
kind of information/contents you would like to know about. We are
happy to respond to as many of your requests as possible.
In addition, we will keep posting various information through
Your continuous support to us would be very much appreciated.
Director, Research Center for Ars Vivendi
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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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