Our latest issue of Ars Vivendi Journal is now published and available on-line.https://www.ritsumei-arsvi.org/en/publication/ars-vivendi-journal/current-issue/
It includes two independent articles as below;
“Differences and Inequality in Schools: The Languages of Oppressed People as Hope” by Ignacio Calderón-Almendros (University of Malaga) and “The Development and Testing of a Contemporary Co-Designed Mobility Support to Reduce Abandonment and Support Outdoor Fitness Adherence” by Elizabeth DePoy (University of Maine), Stephen Gilson (University of Maine) and Vince Caccese (University of Maine).
The Special Section on “Disabled Women and Sexuality” includes “Introduction” by You Tsuchiya (Aichi University) ,”Mapping the terrain of disability and sexuality: from policy to practice” by Julia Bahner (University of Leeds) and “Difficulties disabled women in Japan face with regard to love, marriage, and reproduction” by
Naoko Kawaguchi (Ritsumeikan University).
With great pleasure, we also take this opportunity share with you that our Research Center, established in 2007 with a special grant (Global COE program) from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology, has now been upgraded to the permanent “Institute of Ars Vivendi” as of 1 April 2019. We look forward to our further collaboration with all of you.