Comparative Research of the Reception of Japanese and Korean Popular Culture in Europe

SUNTORY RESEARCH PROJECT 2011 meeting

Comparative Studies of Acceptation of Japanese and Korean Popular Culture in Europe

December 13th 2011, INALCO  3F classroom number 308

Speakers:
-Susanne Formanek, the Austrian Academy of Sciences (Austria)
– Sepp Linhart, University of Vienna (Austria)
– Takashi Kitamura, Osaka University (Japan)
– Hyun Jeongim, Institute of Social Sciences of Sogang University (South Korea)/ Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania)
– Aurelijus Zykas,  Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania)
– Kyoko Koma, Vytautas Magnus University(Lithuania)

Discussants :

– Jean-Michel Butel, Centre d’Etudes Japonaises (Centre for Japanese Studies of Inalco)
– Adrien Carbonnet, Centre d’Etudes Japonaises (Centre for Japanese Studies of Inalco)

Program

・Greeting from the host of the project meeting. Organizer of research group “ Populations japonaises” and Associate prof. of Inalco Jean-Michel Butel

・Greeting and explanation of budget (Head of the Centre for Asian Studies of Vytautas Magnus University Dr. Aurelijus Zykas)

・Presentation on the research project (Dr. Kyoko Koma, researcher of Centre for Asian Studies of Vytautas Magnus University)

– Susanne Formanek, the Austrian Academy of Sciences (Austria): The image of Japan in present-day Austrian literature 

– Sepp Linhart, University of Vienna (Austria): The popular image of Japan in Nazi Germany (1933-1945)

– Takashi Kitamura, Osaka University (Japan): TAKARAZUKA ‘S OVERSEAS PERFORMANCE IN EUROPE AND ASIA

– Hyun Jeongim, Institute of Social Sciences of Sogang University (South Korea)/ Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania): How they became K-Pop fans in France? : Are they fascinated by its strangeness or the familiarity?

– Aurelijus Zykas,  Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania): Pop Culture Diplomacy and the Transforming Aims of Japan’s Postwar Cultural Diplomacy

– Kyoko Koma, Vytautas Magnus University(Lithuania): Globalisation process of Kawaii culture seen through surveys on kawaii in France, Lithuania and Taiwan.

Closing remarks

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