Leuven programme

The 9th Annual EAJRS - Conference, Leuven 23/26 September 1998

Venue:
East-Asian Library (Oost-Aziatische Bibliotheek)
Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven
2F University Main Library Building
Mgr. Ladeuzeplein 21

*Wednesday 23 September*

13:00 Registration at the East-Asian Library
14:00 Opening
14:15 Prof. Willy Vande Walle (Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven)

14:45 Tea/Coffee

Reports on Ongoing Projects
15:15
Nishikawa, Chikako (International Research Center for Japanese Studies [Nichibunken], Kyoto) The creation of a catalogue and database of pre-1900 printed books on Japan in European languages in the library of the International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Japanese)
15:45
Morimura, Etsuko (Maison de la Culture du Japon à Paris)
16:00
Guided tour of the University Main Library

17:00
Invitation from Prof. Willy Vande Walle, Head of the Department of Japanese Studies to a welcome drink in the "Spoelberch-kamer" in the same building

*Thursday 24 September*
_Special Workshop on Japanese Electronic Resources_

09:30
Dillon, Chris (Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, London) Introduction to the Workshop

10:00
Prof. Noguchi, Sachie (Japan Information Center Coordinator East Asian Library, University of Pittsburgh) University of Virginia / University of Pittsburgh Japanese Text Initiative

10:30 Tea/Coffee

11.00
Morita, Ichiko T. (Japan Documentation Center, The Library of Congress) Dissemination of "difficult-to-obtain"literature

11:30
Prof. Lambert, Bruce Henry (The European Institute of Japanese Studies, Stockholm) DataGate: facilitating access to Japanese-language scholarly data

12:00
Koyama, Noboru (Cambridge University Library) The UK Japanese Union Catalogue (Web catalogue) and beyond

12:30 Lunch

14:00
Shinohara, Mika (NDL) Japanese legislative information and the National Diet Librariy's web site

14.30 Prof. Hotate, Michihisa (Tokyo University) Japanese medieval history and computerized historiography (English & Japanese)

15:00 Tea/Coffee

15.30
Morimoto, Hideyuki (East Asian Library, University of California, Berkeley) WINE records loaded in WorldCat: their compatibility with LC practices for Japanese-language monographic title cataloging

16.00
Funato Hallgren, Kazune (The European Institute of Japanese Studies, Stockholm) 6th International Conference on Japanese Information in Science, Technology & Commerce (JOHO 6)

16.30-17:00 Discussion

The Traditional Dinner at the Traditional Restaurant.

*Friday 25 September*

09:30
Yamada McVey, Kuniko (Documentation Center on Contemporary Japan, Reischauer Institute, Cambridge, Mass.) Japanese government information on the Web

10:00
Phillifent, Robert (Library of Japanese Science & Technology, Newcastle) OCLC 'WorldCat': a useful resource for the acquisition of Japanese publications

10:30 Tea/Coffee

11:00
Hayashi, Rie (Department of Information Studies, University of Sheffield) Japanese information sharing in the UK

11:30
Prof. Hirose, Katsuya (Compiler in Chief, Honya-Project) HONYA-Project: in search of a sustainable model of academic and non-academic publishing on the Internet

12:00
Effert, Fifi (Research School CNWS, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden) An explosive dictionary

12:30 Lunch

14.00
Kabanoff, Alexander (Institute of Oriental Studies, St Petersburg) N. Nevsky's Japanese materials in St. Petersburg and Tenry Library: a stone age in the post-modern epoch

14.30
Suzuki, Jun (National Institute of Japanese Literature, Tokyo) Manner of research on Japanese illustrated old books (Japanese)

15:00 Tea/Coffee

15.30
Dr. Dubois, Joseph (AFJN) From the Library of Leon de Rosny to that of Georges Bonneu

16:00
Dr Moroshkina (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow) The Japanese serials collection of the State Medical Library of Russia (Moscow)

16:30
Helliwell, David (Bodleian Library) allegro

*Saturday 26 September*

09.30
Schauweeker, Detlev (Kansai University, Osaka) Unpublished police records of the 1930s and 1940s in archives of the Kinki area

10.00
Shimizu, Yasuo (Diplomatic Record Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tokyo) Declassification of diplomatic records in FY1997 (Japanese)

10:30 Tea/Coffee

11:00
Adachi, Mariko & Loosli-Niki, Tamami (Zurich University) A multi-task Japanese library system for personal computer (Japanese)
Dr Kuwabara, Setsuko (German-Japanese Centre, Berlin) The activities of the Working Group "Japanese Libraries" in the German language area (Japanese)

11.45-12:30
The Annual Meeting of the EAJRS and Election of Officers

14:00 - Excursion to Brussels.

Update: 14.09.1999
revised: 12.06.2001