Call for themes for the Society for the Study of Japonisme International Symposium 2020
The Society for the Study of Japonisme, in the quest to enrich and enlarge the content of the Hatakeyama Symposium of 2018 (the eighth edition), organized and held the newly-titled "the Society for the Study of Japonisme International Symposium" on 5 October, 2019. The Organizing Committee, in wanting to maintain this trajectory, hereupon makes a call among the members of the Society for themes pertinent to the 2020 version of the International Symposium, to be held at the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, and featuring simultaneous interpretation. We encourage all of the members to peruse the following project plan and encourage applications with a succinct new theme.
Project Plan for the Society for the Study of Japonisme International Symposium 2020
Organizers: Society for the Study of Japonisme/ National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo
Co-organizer: Ebara Hatakeyama Memorial Foundation
Date: 10 October, 2020
Venue: Lecture Hall in the National Museum of Western Art
Following the great success of the inaugural International Symposium of the Society for the Study of Japonisme, held 2019 at the National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo – with simultaneous interpretation courtesy of the cooperation of the Ebara Hatakeyama Memorial Foundation – we have decided to organize a further instalment for 2020.
We will publish the contents, abstracts and conclusions on our homepage and in a forthcoming volume of Study of Japonisme.
Presenters of paper will accordingly be allowed sufficient time to suitably draft and shape their papers, following referee assessments on our proceedings, enabling them to be suitably fit for publication in two languages, namely in Japanese and English. Presenters/ authors should declare, in their acknowledgements, whether or not their paper has been modified following the International Symposium 2020 Society for the Study of Japonisme International Symposium.
Organizing Committee: current until the General Meeting of the Society in March 2020
TAKAGI Yōko (Managing Director), HITOMI Nobuko (Secretary General), ISHII Motoaki (Member of the Board of Directors in charge of the Symposium), ENDŌ Nozomi (Member of the Board of Directors in charge of the Symposium), KŌMA Kyōko (Member of the Board of Directors in charge of Public Relation), NAKACHI Sachi (Member of the Board of Directors in charge of Accountant)
Notices for the call of themes of the the Society for the Study of Japonisme International Symposium 2020
We hereby make a call for themes for the Society for the Study of Japonisme International Symposium 2020. Please remit your name and draft outline (max. 150 words) of your proposal as an e-mail attachment, and send to the below-mentioned member of the Board in charge. For reference, and to provide some context, consider the list of the themes pertinent to the previous symposiums as listed below.
The Organizing Committee will take charge of the selection of theme and relay the outcomes to the Board of the Directors responsible for final decisions. Discussions at both at the Committee and the Board levels will be held in Japanese. Upon and subject to acceptance of any proposal within the orbit of your research, your assistance may thereafter be required by the organization.
Criteria for submissions: limited to the regular and the student members of the Society for the Study of Japonisme.
*Non-members should submit their membership with their proposal, which will be formally accepted after the approval of your membership in the Board. For the detailed procedure, please see our homepage.
Deadline: 26 February, 2020
Extended deadline: 22 March, 2020
Please send to: ISHII Motoaki (Member of the Board of Directors in charge of the Symposium)
(For your reference)
List of the themes of the Hatakeyama Symposiums
1. ed.: China and Japan in the West: Chinoiserie and Japonisme between the 17th and 19th Century
5 November, 2011 Nezu Museum, Tokyo
2. ed.: Japonisme in the United States: the evolution of the Cultural Exchange between Japan and America and the unknown great- SHUGYŌ Hiromichi
17 November, 2012 Toyo Bunko Museum, Tokyo
3. ed.: Japonisme in Ink wash painting: transboundary ink painting and drawing
19 October, 2013 Teikyo University, Tokyo
4. ed.: Complete sight of Japonisme: what happened after Whistler?
3 October, 2014 The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
4 October, 2014 Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto
5. ed.: KOGEI and Japonisme: Modern Era revised through Industry and Art
28 November, 2015 Teikyo University, Tokyo
6. ed.: Human Networks in Japonisme
22&23 October, 2016 Takushoku University, Tokyo
7. ed.: Japonisme in the Twentieth Century
25& 26 November Teikyo University, Tokyo
8. ed.: Japonisme and Women
6 October, 2018 Takushoku University, Tokyo
Society for the Study of Japonisme International Symposium 2019: Japonisme on the Move: Travel, Migration, and Other Movements of People across Places
5 October, 2019 National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo