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Ars Vivendi E-mail Magazine No.172 (15 May 2019)


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■Call for Papers for ARS VIVENDI JOURNAL and our Research Highlights

The Institute of Ars Vivendi of Ritsumeikan University is inviting submissions to our on-line journal, ARS VIVENDI JOURNAL.

The deadline is October 21, 2019. For further details, kindly visit below;

  https://www.ritsumei-arsvi.org/en/publication/ars-vivendi-journal/

You can also access current and back issues.


We are particularly happy about our current issue, that includes excellent articles from Spain on “Differences and Inequality in School” and from U.S.A. on “Development and Testing of a Contemporary Co-Designed Mobility Support to Reduce Abandonment and Support Outdoor Fitness Adherence” as well as a special section on disabled women and sexuality, whose authors are from Japan and U.K. We do invite you to read and recommend to your colleagues, who might be interested.


On 1 April 2019, our Center for Ars Vivendi has been upgraded to permanent Institute of Ars Vivendi. We reiterate our idea about “Ars Vivendi” as follows;

We all live not only with diseases, aging and disabilities but with various differences. Through these experiences, we create the wisdom and techniques for living. Our Ars Vivendi collects various experiences of people and analyzes their relationships with society. It then envisions the way they may live in the future and presents ways for an ideal society and world.


Our recent Research Highlights are available at the following;





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General Editor : Shin'ya Tateiwa
Chief Editor : Nagase Osamu
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