Tag Archive: JSIE

Country Roads: Rural Tourism in Canada & Japan

Friday, May 6, 2016 On the evening of May 6, we again enjoyed the hospitality of Ryerson’s Ted Rogers School of Management, to present the final set of talks in our 3-part cross-cultural Travel Lecture Series: Country Roads: Rural Tourism … Continue reading →

The Journey is my Home: Early Travel Writing in Canada & Japan

Monday, March 21 – Tuesday, March 22
With the help of our host, University of Toronto Libraries, we presented the second lecture in our 3-part Travel Lecture Series: The Journey is my Home: Early Travel Writing in Canada and Japan. Continue reading →

Give the Pilgrims What They Want: The Emergence of Special Interest Tourism in Canada & Japan

Thursday, March 10 – Monday, March 14, 2016 We kicked off our 2016 Travel Lecture Series with a series of lectures by Professor Philip Seaton (Hokkaido University), one of the key researchers working on an ongoing project entitled “International Comparative Research on … Continue reading →

Planning for Smart Cities in Japan

Tuesday, March 1 – Thursday, March 3, 2016 In early March, Professor Hidefumi Imura from the Global Cooperation Institute for Sustainable Cities, Yokohama City University came to Canada for a 2-city tour at the invitation of JSAC (the Japan Studies Association … Continue reading →

Chūshingura and the Edo Literary Imagination

Tuesday, February 23 – Thursday, February 25, 2016 In mid-February, the Japan Foundation, Toronto was pleased to welcome Professor William Fleming of Yale University’s Departments of East Asian Languages & Literatures, and Theater Studies, who delivered a whirlwind lecture tour on the … Continue reading →