European Association of Japanese Resource Specialists
日本資料専門家欧州協会

2015 EAJRS conference in Leiden

 

Dear EAJRS members,
This year's annual conference of the EAJRS will be held in Leiden, The Netherlands, 16 – 19 September 2015, organized by by the Netherlands Association of Japanese Studies, Leiden University Libraries and the Department of Japanese Studies of Leiden University.

Breaking barriers — unlocking Japanese resources to the world

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list of speakers


Program (1.0):


Wednesday 16 September
08:30 Registration
10:00 Opening
Session 1
Special session on open access and digital humanities
10:30 Mine Shinji (Mie university. Faculty of humanities, law and economics)
The current status of open access to scholarship in Japan
日本におけるオープンアクセスの現状
11:15 Nishikawa Makiko (Kyoto university library)
京都大学図書館の"オープン戦略" -尊攘堂資料からオープンアクセス方針まで
The Open Strategy of Kyoto University Libraries -from Meiji Restoration Images to Open Access Policy
11:35 Yokota-Carter, Keiko (University of Michigan library. Asia library)
Challenges in Digital scholarship in Japanese studies resource
日本研究資料におけるデジタルスコラシップの課題
12:05 Bianchi, Alessandro (Freer and Sackler galleries)
Digital projects for Japanese resources: future perspective and international cooperation
12:25 Lunch
Session 2
Digital discovery
14:00 Magnussen, Naomi Yabe ; Kamiya Nobutake (University of Oslo library. Humanities and social science library ; Universität Zürich. Asien-Orient-Institut. Japanische Bibliothek)
Case study : CiNii's Japanese language bibliographies in Primo Discovery systems at Zurich and Oslo University libraries
ディスかバリーシステムにおけるCiNii日本語書誌表示についてチューリッヒとオスロ大学図書館の場合
14:25 Bestor, Victoria (North American Coordinating Council on Japanese Library Resources)
Finding Hidden Digital Collections in New European and North American Profiles of the NCC Global Guides to Japanese Collections
NCCアクセスガイドのヨーロッパと北米のデジタルコレション
14:55 Kadokura Yuriko (Shibusawa Eiichi Memorial Foundation. Cultural Resources Department. Information Resources Center)
Exploring Modern Japanese Society with the Shibusawa Shashi Database (SSD)
近代日本社会を渋沢社史データベースで探検する
15:15 Uemura Jun'ichi; Ōshiba Tadahiko; Tytler, Izumi; Hasunuma Ryuko; Hirano Akira; Kamiya Nobutake (National Institute of Informatics; National Diet Library; University of Oxford. Bodleian Japanese Library; Japanisches Kulturinstitut Köln. Bibliothek; Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures; Universität Zürich. Asien-Orient-Institut. Japanische Bibliothek)
使いこなそう!CiNiiとNDL-OPAC(及びNDLサーチ) : 二(三)大書誌データベースの有用性
Usability comparison of two (or three) databases: CiNii and, NDLOPAC (plus NDLSearch)
16:00 Transfer
Session 3
Special collections at Leiden University Libraries
16:30 Special collections at Leiden University Libraries
• Steven Hagers – The Hoffmann collections
• Harm Beukers – Rare Japanese maps and manuscripts
• Koos Kuiper – Rare Chinese maps and manuscripts
18:00 Reception
Thursday 17 September
Session 4
Special session on Dutch sources in Japanese history
09:00 Matsukata Fuyuko (Tokyo university. Historiographical institute)
Embassies without credentials: European encounter with Japan in 17th century depicted in Western and Japanese documents
『国書』がむすぶ外交―欧文・和文史料に見る17世紀のヨーロッパ勢力と日本
09:45 Yasue Akio (Gakushuin university)
Preservation of Ransho collections
蘭書コレクションの保存
10:15 Coffee
Session 5
Introducing collections and resources : the early modern period
10:45 Tokugawa Maki (Tokugawa museum)
Introducing Tokugawa families' historical materials and their accessibility
徳川家旧蔵史料の紹介と資料の閲覧方法について
11:15 Béranger, Véronique (Bibliothèque nationale de France)
Paris-Leiden : the links between the History of the Japanese public collections
パリとライデン ・19世紀の前半期にフランス国立図書館が購入した日本のコレクション
11:40 Hasamoto Akiko (University Paris Diderot. East Asian languages and civilizations. Japanese studies)
北斎とヨーロッパ人の出会い―ライデンとパリの40の肉筆画
Hokusai meeting with Europeans : forty paintings of Leiden and Paris
12:10 Lunch
Session 6
Introducing collections and resources : the modern period
13:40 Goto Fumihiko (Nagasaki university. Library)
Nagasaki University's collection of old Japanese photographs and development of the 'Global Metadata Database of Old Japanese Photographs'
長崎大学の日本古写真コレクションと「日本古写真グローバル・メタデータ・データベース」構築事業について
14:10 Bestor, Theodore C. (Harvard university. Reischauer institute of Japanese studies)
Archiving in almost real time: Harvard's digital archive of Japan's 2011 disasters
リアルタイムでのアーカイビング:2011 年東日本大震災デジタルアーカイブ
14:40 Coffee
Session 7
Introducing collections and resources : the unknown and mysterious
15:10 Shchepkin, Vasily (Russian academy of sciences. Institute of oriental manuscripts)
知られざる「蝦夷生計図説」の写本:比較研究の成果
An unknown copy of "Ezo seikei zusetsu": some results of comparative study
15:30 Marandjian, Karine (Russian academy of sciences. Institute of oriental manuscripts)
The Unknown Collection of Japanese Wood-block printed Books from the Komarov Botanical Institute (St.Petersburg)
サンクトペテルブルグの科学アカデミーコマロフ植物学研究所未知の日本本草学木版のコレクション
15:50 Helfenbein, Katalin (Eötvös Loránd university)
Belief in the wooden effigies used for malevolent purposes between the Asuka and Heian period
飛鳥時代から平安時代における呪詛としての木製人形代の信仰
16:30 Transfer
17:00 Japan Museum Sieboldhuis
19:00 Traditional dinner
Friday 18 September
08:30 Resource providers workshop
• Asahi shimbun
• JACAR (National archives)
• The Japan times
• JPT
• Kinokuniya
• NetAdvance (Japan knowledge)(with Yagi book store)
• Nichibunken
• Brill publishing
• Yagi book store (with NetAdvance)
• International institute for digital humanities
• JPIC
Session 8
Imperial Japanese army maps
11:30 Yamamoto Kenta (Kokugakuin university)
日本における外邦図デジタルアーカイブの構築と今後の展開
Establishment and the future of the Gaihozu Digital Archive in Japan
11:50 Sekine Ryohei (Tōhoku University)
日本の大学が所蔵する外邦図とその利用
Gaihozu Maps owned by universities in Japan
12:10 Tanaka Azusa (University of Washington libraries)
Imperial Japanese Army Map Collection at University of Washington
ワシントン大学の外邦図コレクション
12:30 Lunch
Session 9
Library services and developments
14:00 Haratake Rumi (Kyoto university library. Interlibrary loan section)
日本資料の海外への提供の新たな可能性
New possibility of global ILL document delivery service of Japanese resources
14:30 Flache, Ursula (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. East Asia department)
The changing role of Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin with respect to Japanese Studies in Germany: From special collection to specialist information service
ドイツの日本学におけるベルリン国立図書館の役割の変身-「特定領域収集システム」から「専門情報サービス」へ
14:55 Ōshiba Tadahiko (The national diet library. Library support division)
国立国会図書館の日本研究司書研修計画
NDL training plan for Japanese studies librarians
15:25 Coffee
Session 10
Database developments in the exploration of Japanese history
15:55 Koide Izumi (University of Tokyo)
Genesis of the Japan Center for Asian Historical Records (JACAR): opening up archives for reconciliation
アジア歴史資料センターの誕生:アーカイブズと歴史認識問題
16:25 Ariyoshi Katsuhide and Hirano Muneaki
(National archives of Japan. Japan center for Asian historical records)
Using web technologies to share Japanese official documents beyond borders: JACAR's efforts to provide english metadata in translation
近代日本の歴史的公文書をインターネットで世界へ:アジ歴の資料目録情報英語化の試み
16:55 Nishizono Yui (Kagoshima university library)
Japanese modernization and the perspective of Satsuma Domain: efforts for sharing its cultural heritage
日本近代化における薩摩藩の視座とその文化遺産の共有に向けた取り組み
17:20 Nakamura Misa (National institute of Japanese literature. Center for collaborative research on pre-modern texts)
国文学研究資料館「日本語の歴史的典籍の国際共同研究ネットワーク構築計画」におけるデータベース構築について
About a database construction in the "Project to Build an International Collaborative Researchers' Network on Pre-modern Japanese Books" by the National Institute of Japanese Literature
17:45 -
19:00 Board meeting
Saturday 19 September
Session 11
Updates on ongoing projects
09:00 Nakamura Haruko ; Yanagihara Yoshie (Yale university ; Tokyo denki university. School of science and engineering)
Current situation and challenges of building a LGBTQ ephemera collection at Yale
イェール大学におけるLGBTQ収集プロジェクトの現状と課題
09:30 Tomita Chinatsu ; Bazzell, Tokiko Y. (University of the Ryukyus. Library ; University of Hawaii at Manoa. Asia collection dept)
越境する沖縄研究と資料II-「阪巻・宝玲文庫」のデジタル化プロジェクトを通して / 障壁をのり越えて-太平洋間の協力が貴重資料庫の扉を開く
Okinawan Studies and Resources beyond boundaries II:project of "Sakamaki/Hawley Collection" / Breaking barriers: a trans-Pacific cooperation to open the resource vault
10:00 Coffee
10:30 Marra, Toshie (University of California, Berkeley. C.V. Starr East Asian library)
The Mitsui Manuscripts Collection at the University of California, Berkeley: A Preliminary Report Based on the Recent Inventory Project
カリフォルニア大学バークレー校所蔵三井写本コレクション:最近のインベントリ調査プロジェクトに基づく予備報告
11:00 Baba Kaoru (Collège de France. Institut des hautes études japonaises)
ルイ・クレットマン(1851-1914) コレクションに関する出版物
Publications about the collection of Louis Kreitmann (1851-1914)
11:30 General assembly
13:00 Lunch
14:30 National Museum of Ethnology
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