Online Lecture (Kyoto U.)

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Oct 202031
2:00p.m. - 4:00p.m.

Kyōto
Japan

Global Education Office, Graduate School of Education, Kyoto University, invites you all to the Lecture Series 2020, "Towards Critical, Historical, and Transnational Dialigues on Japanese 'Model' of Education". 

On October 31 at 2pm (Japan Standard Time) or October 30 at 9pm (US Pacific Standard Time), Dr. Sachio Negawa will deliver a talk on Japanese emigrants to Brazil, entitled "The Development of Japanese Educational Culture in Brazil as a Node for Interconnected Histories". The online talk, using Zoom, wil be in Japanese with simultaneous interpretation in English.

Anyone interested is welcome to join. Pre-registration is required. 

Presenter: Dr. Sachio Negawa, Project Research Fellow, International Research Center for Japanese Studies

Presentation Title: The Development of Japanese Educational Culture in Brazil as a Node for Interconnected Histories

Abstract: Before the Pacific War, Japanese Brazilian society assumed dual characteristics: one as an outpost of the Japanese Empire and the other as an integral part of nation-state Brazil. Relecting on this duality, education for the children of Japanese immigrants evolved under the influence of the Japanese educational practices and the Brazilian public education system. This lecture begins by reviewing elementary school education for Japanese Brazilian children that reached its golden age in the late 1930s, introducing the Japanese educational practices popular at that time. In particular, the discussion illustrates how the Japanese pedagogical practices, including sports, support for troops, and school exercusion, were promoted when the Brazilian government was pursuing the nationalization policy. Situating the Japanese educational culture within the interconnected modernization movements of the two countries, the lecture will invite the audience to explore the historical significance of the Japanese educational culture and its important implications for today.

Date & Time: Saturday, October 31, 2-4pm (JST); Friday, October 30, 9-11pm (PST)

Venue: Zoom (Online meeting)

Language: Japanese (Simultaneous interpretation available in English)

Event URL: https://global.educ.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/news-and-events/updates/8319

Registration: https://bit.ly/33KSTma

(Please register by October 29 at 5pm JST or October 29 midnight PST.)

Note: Zoom link to the lecture will be sent to your registered email address prior to the event.

Contact: Global Education Office, Graduate School of Education, Kyoto University

globaledu (at) mail2.adm.kyoto-u.ac.jp (change at to @ to send a message.)

 

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