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Date and time: April 25, 16: 00-17: 30
Venue：Kagoshima Prefectural Citizens Exchange Center "Kenmin Hall"
Subject：Japanese Visitors to Jacob Grimm in Berlin in 1862
-Who connects Kagoshima and the Brothers Grimm
For details, please see the Kagoshima Japan-Germany Society's
The Facebook Page of the Kagoshima Japan-Germany Society's
Click here to download the flyer on the right.
The Symposiums was finished successfully with far beyond its capacity.
I appreciate all of you who suppoted and attended to this event.
Please look forward to the next event. (December 13th)
Date and Time： 7.Dec.2019（Sat）12:10−18:00
Venue： Baika Women's University, D301（〒567-8578 2-19-5, Sukunosho, Ibaraki-Ciry, Osaka）
（Transportation: Shuttle buses running from some train stations to the University）
Sponsorship：Baika Women's University, Brueder Grimm-Gesellschaft Kassel, The Study Circle of Grimm and German Folktales
Endorsement：DAAD, Consulate-General of Germany in Osaka-Kobe
Downloaden : Symposium's Flugblatt (Deutsch.ver)
Download : Symposium's Flier (English.ver)
Comment Contribution to the Asahi Shimbun(Newspaper)
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»Comment contribution has been published in the Asahi Shimbun(Newspaper) (5th, June.2021).
My comments was published under the heading "Happy ending, beyond" in the column of "Now, we want to read overseas fairy tales again, which opened the door to another world" on page 2 of the Saturday edition Be, as comments by "Yoshiko NOGUCHI who researches "Grimms' Fairy Tales", a Professor at BAIKA Women’s University in the Graduate School".
Lecture in Kagoshima
»I gave a lecture about "Japanese Visitors to Jacob Grimm in Berlin in 1862 -Who connects Kagoshima and the Brothers Grimm" on April 25th, 2021 (Sun) in Kagoshima.
» You can read: Summary of the Lecture
»For details, you can see on the Kagoshima Japan-Germany Society's Facebook page.
Publication of Research Paper
» The following research paper was published in "Baika Women's University Faculty of Psychology and Children's Studies bulletin (11)".
Recetion of Grimm’s Fairy Tales in Japan: ―A Study of German Textbooks from the Meiji and Taisho Eras―
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»The following research paper was published in "The Baika Journal of Children's Literature (28)".
Snakes in the Fairy Tales and German Legends of the Brothers Grimm
Production Cooperation of TV Programs.
» On January 23th (Sat.), the following program, which I cooperated, will be broadcast on TV.
「BS-TBS New Voyages to Earth's Superb Views: Shin・Chikyu Zekkei Kiko
2-Hour Special about Germany
Beautiful Germany in Winter: Going to Two Roads
■Broadcast date: Saturday, January 23, 19:00-
（※The broadcast date and time, contents, etc. of the program are subject to change without notice.）
Official Website of the TV Program
Furthermore, this information was introduced on the official website of Baika Women's University.
The Official Website of Baika Women's University
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