NAJS 2007 Conference

The NAJS 2007 Conference was held on April 26-27 in Lund, Sweden.

Sponsors:
› Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS)
› ACE, Lund University

Papers presented:
Appelgren, Staffan: “Global City Tokyo: Simulating Heritage”

Cassegård, Carl: “Japan’s Lost Decade and its two Recoveries: On Sawaragi Noi, Japanese Neo-Pop and Anti-War Activism”

Edström, Bert: “Success in Disguise? Japan’s Pursuit of Human Security”

Fridh, Kristina and Thomas Laurien: “The Materiality of the Surface”

Korhonen, Pekka: “Common Culture: Asia Rhetoric in the Beginning of the Twentieth Century”

Gaens, Bart:”‘A Business Spirit Still Alive and Well After 400 years’: Exhibiting Corporate Legacy in Japan”

Gustafsson, Karl: “Self and Other in Sino-Japanese Relations: A Clash of Historiographies in Peace and War Museums”

Korhonen, Pekka: ”Common Culture: Asia Rhetoric in the Beginning of the Twentieth Century”

Kostowska, Elzbieta: “Social Costs of Meiji State Transformation”

Kreitz-Sandberg, Susanne: “Results: Ten Steps to a Better Understanding of Gender Dynamics in Globalisation”

Matsuda, Saori: “An Ethnograpic Study of the Work and Learning Practices of Hostesses: ‘Communities of Practice’ at Japanese Hostess Clubs”

Saunavaara, Juha: “Rejected: Japanese Conservative Parties and the Planning of the Occupation”

Midford, Paul: “Balance of Power, Balance of Threat, and the Third-Party Reassurance Effects of an Alliance: Asian Reactions to an Expanding US-Japan Alliance”

Moberg, Pia: “Questionnaires collected at the foremost Japanese elite leadership institute: An analysis based on Bourdieu’s terminology”

Nordeborg, Martin: “No future?: Implications of Images of Adulthood and Masculinity Digested by Japanese Youth for the Identity Formation of Future Citizens”

Saunavaara, Juha: “Rejected – Japanese Conservative Parties and the Planning of the Occupation”

Sørensen, Lars-Martin: “Animated Animism – The Uses of Shinto in Japanese Pop Culture and Politics”