Early Modern Encounters between Japan and Christianity: Challenges and Approaches

Early Modern Encounters between Japan and Christianity: Challenges and Approaches

Organizer
Tohoku University Department of Global Japanese Studies (Tohoku University Department of Global Japanese Studies)
Host
Tohoku University Department of Global Japanese Studies
Venue
online
ZIP
980-8577
Location
Aoba-ku, Sendai
Country
Japan
From - Until
13.09.2021 - 13.09.2021
Deadline
12.09.2021
By
Connections Redaktion, Leipzig Research Centre Global Dynamics, Universität Leipzig

The Tohoku University Department of Global Japanese Studies would like to invite you to a workshop on Christianity in Early Modern Japan.

Early Modern Encounters between Japan and Christianity: Challenges and Approaches

The Tohoku University Department of Global Japanese Studies would like to invite you to a workshop on Christianity in Early Modern Japan, which will take place on September 13, 2021 (Monday).

* Registration Deadline: Sep. 12, 8 PM (JST)
https://bit.ly/EMJC-Tohoku

Programm

September 13, 2021 (Mon.)
11:30-13:30 (GMT+1, Lisbon)
19:30-21:30 (GMT+9, Japan)

Renata Cabral Bernabé (JSPS/Tohoku University)
Rationalizing Religion: the Jesuit Evangelization Scheme for Japan

Rômulo da Silva Ehalt (Max Planck Institute)
Moriaki’s Dog: Gaps and Overlaps on the Problem of Slavery in Japan

Response: Alexandra Curvelo (Nova University of Lisbon)

Contact (announcement)

recabral31@gmail.com

https://web.tohoku.ac.jp/modern-japan/events/#2021-9-13