La Fondation France-Japon de l'EHESS vous invite
** le 3 mai 2011 de 19h à 20h30 à l'EHESS (105 boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris, salle 1), à la présentation que donnera Arthur Stockwin (Oxford University) "Stability and instability in Japanese politics: an assessment of the Kan Government".Arthur Stockwin has degrees from Oxford University and the Australian National University in Canberra. Between 1964 and 1981 he taught in the Department of Political Science at the Australian National University. Between 1982 and his retirement in 2003, he was Nissan Professor of Modern Japanese Studies and Director of the Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies at Oxford University. His principal publications are: The Japanese Socialist Party and Neutralism (1968); Japan and Australia in the Seventies (1973); Dynamic and Immobilist Politics in Japan (1988); Dictionary of the Modern Politics of Japan (2003); Collected Writings of J.A.A. Stockwin (2004); Governing Japan: Divided Politics in a Resurgent Economy (4th revised edition, 2008).
**le 4 mai 2011, 11h-13h à l’EHESS, 190-198 avenue de France 75244 Paris cedex 13, Salle du Conseil (salles A & B), conférence d'Atsushi SEIKE (Keio University) "Towards a Life-long Active Society"