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IGWS Newsletter Vol. 49

  • Report of the 38th IGWS Seminar
  • The Debrief Session of the Asian Health Institute (AHI), "From Fishing Villages in Sri Lanka: People who Create Peace”
  • The 13th Annual Symposium on Graduation Theses and Projects about Gender
  • Essay: “Working as a Single Mother”
  • Essay: “I Value My Name, so We Registered Our Divorce: the Reason I Commit to the Separate Surnames for Married Couples”

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 48

  • Report of the 37th IGWS Seminar
  • Report of the 3rd Performance Presentation, “Expression Exercise of Gender Diversity”
  • A Message from the New Director
  • Essay: “Break Away from Own Stereotypes! : As a ‘Border-crossing’ Practitioner and ‘Border-crossing’ Researcher”
  • Essay: “ ‘Voice’ and Gender : A Reflection of Gender for the Performing Arts”

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 47

  • Report and Students’ Feedback of the 36th IGWS Seminar
  • Report of the 2nd Performance Presentation,“Expression Exercise of Gender Diversity”
  • The 12th Annual Symposium on Graduation theses and Graduation projects about gender
  • Essay from Alumnus: “A perspective of ‘personal is political’ for interpersonal support”
  • Essay: “Gender in the work of students”
  • Announcement of the Lunchtime Sessions

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 46

  • Report on the 6th Segment of the Lecture Series: “Toward the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo!: Observing sports from a gender perspective.”
    1. “Sociology of sports”
    2. “Understanding the mass media: To think about sports coverage”
    3. “The body of an athlete and gender”
  • Report on the Special Lecture: “Sexual Minorities: Where do we go from here?”
  • Essays from Alumni: “Male housework / childcare participation”
  • Reflections on gender in everyday life: “Looking for ‘unique children’”

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 45

  • Report and Students’ Feedback on the 35th IGWS Seminar
  • The 11th Annual Symposium on Graduation Theses and Projects about Gender
  • The Debriefing Session of the Asian Health Institute (AHI), “Living as a Dalit: Listen to the voices of people oppressed in Indian society”
  • Essays from Alumni, “As a Female Driver’”
  • Reflections on gender in everyday life
  • Announcement of the Lunchtime Sessions

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 44

  • Report of the 34th IGWS Seminar
  • Students’ Feedback on the 34th IGWS Seminar
  • Report of the 1st Performance Presentation, “Expression Exercise of Gender Diversity”
  • Essays from Alumni, “My conclusion after consideration on being ‘as I am’”
  • Reflections on gender in everyday life

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 43

  • Report of the 33rd IGWS Seminar
  • Students’ Feedback on the 33rd IGWS Seminar
  • The 10th Annual Symposium on Graduation Theses and Projects about Gender
  • Essays from Alumni “Creating a place for people to connect”
  • Reflections on gender from my own experience

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 42

  • Report of the 32nd IGWS Seminar
  • Students’ Feedback on the 32nd IGWS Seminar
  • Report on the special educational seminar, “Nijiiro Chirashizushi Part. 1.5”
  • Essays from Alumni “A child’s development is equal to parents’ growth”
  • Reflections on gender from my own experience
  • Announcement of the 33rd IGWS Seminar

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 41

  • Greeting from the Director of IGWS
  • Discussion Meeting for the 20th Anniversary of the Foundation of IGWS
  • The Advances made by IGWS over the past 20 Years
  • Report of the 31st IGWS Seminar
  • Students’ Feedback on the 31st IGWS Seminar
  • Students’ Feedback on the debriefing session of the Asian Health Institute(AHI)
  • “Enjoying Oneself as a woman”
  • Miscellaneous Thoughts on Everyday Life: Work, Childcare, and Gender
  • The 9th Annual Symposium on Graduation theses and Graduation projects about Gender
  • Student’s Feedback on the Talk Show by Shou Arai
  • Announcement of the Lunchtime Sessions

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 40

  • Report on the 5th Segment of the Lecture Series: “How to avoid harm by a loved one”
    1. “The reality of DV and current state of support available for victims”
    2. “How to distinguish love from sexual harassment”
    3. “The mental state of victims and their recovery: issues involved with assisting victims”
  • Students’ feedback on the lectures
  • Greeting from the new director of IGWS
  • Reflections on gender through an NGO activity
  • Reflections on gender based on my own experience
  • Announcement of the 31st IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 39

  • Report on the 30th IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Students' Feedback on the 30th IGWS Seminar
  • Students' Feedback on the debrief session of the Asian Health Institute (AHI), "Bangladesh: Empowering Women in the Future"
  • Essays from Alumni "Embarrassment over Marshmallows"
  • Reflections on gender based on my own experience
  • The 8th Annual Symposium on Graduation theses and Graduation projects about gender
  • Announcement of the 5th Lecture Series

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 38

  • Report on the 29th IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Students' Feedback on the 29th IGWS Seminar
  • Report from the Field of Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Book Review: Deception in Narration: Fiction in Contemporary Novels in English Speaking Countries.
  • Institute for Gender and Women's Studies Renewed
  • Announcement of the 30th IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 37

  • Report on the 28th IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Students' Feedback on the 28th IGWS Seminar
  • Report by a Student Who Participated in the Lecture on Media Literacy Held by Nisshin City as Part of Activities for Gender Equality, 2014
  • Report by a Student Who Attended the Lecture on "Social Problems Associated with 'Sex'"
  • Personal Notes
  • Introduction of Justin Charlebois' Japanese Femininities
  • The 7th Meeting of Discussing Graduation Theses Written from a Gender Perspective

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 36

  • Report on the 27th IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Students' feedback on the 27th IGWS Seminar
  • "Living with the root of violent language" ― An essay written by Miki Koike, 2011 alumna of Aichi Shukutoku University
  • A woman who lived in "a male-dominated city" ― An essay written by Rika Yamamoto, Lecturer, Department of Global Culture and Communication, Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Report on the performance played by our research project team, "Nijiiro Chirashizushi"
  • Gender & Women's Studies: Open lectures (2013)

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 35

  • Report on the 26th IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Students' feedback on the 26th IGWS Seminar
  • "Women who write" in The Tale of Genji ― An essay written by Atsuko Toyama, Associate Professor at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Report by the students who participated in the "Harmony Festival of Nisshin City"
  • The 6th Meeting of Discussing Graduation Theses Written from a Gender Perspective
  • Students' feedback on a movie "MITSUKEMONO" : after participating in a theater- talk- show organized by TSUNAGARETTO Nagoya
  • Announcement about the 27th IGWS Seminar

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 34

  • Report on the 4th Period of Lecture Series : "Career/Labor and Gender"
    1. "Women's Career Development"
    2. "Be Fully Equipped When You Work - Things You Have to Think About Before Beginning Work"
    3. "A Record of A Small Country Which Does Not Take Full Advantage of Women ― What Do We Need in Order to Work Happily?"
  • Students' Feedback on the 4th Period of Lecture Series
  • NPO Corporation Launched ―An essay written by Kiyoko Ueno, Aichi Shukutoku University alumna
  • The Things I Feel Every Day ― Including Gender Perspectives―An essay written by Shuji Yamamoto, Aichi Shukutoku University, Associate Professor
  • A Student's Report on 2012 Aichi International Women's Film Festival
  • Announcement about the 26th IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 33

  • Report on the 25th IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Students' feedback on the 25th IGWS Seminar
  • Looking back at the time when IGWS was founded ― An essay written by Junko Kuninobu, Aichi Shukutoku University, Professor Emeritus
  • My memory of Ms. Junko Kuninobu
  • The 5th Meeting of Discussing Graduation Theses Written from a Gender Perspective
  • After participating in a Seminar of Reproductive Health and Rights (a group seminar of the gender-equal promotion program 2011, by Nisshin City's Civic Collaboration Department).
  • Announcement about the 4th Lecture Series
  • Gender & Women's Studies: Open lectures (2012)

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 32

  • Report on the 24th IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Students' feedback on the 24th IGWS Seminar
  • "The reason why I strongly recommend our students to work in dual-income households" ― An essay written by Keiko Harayama, Lecturer at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • "Internship and a vision of working in a real society" ― An essay written by Tetsuya Matsuo, Assistant Professor at Aichi Shukutoku University, Career Center
  • A report from Gender Research Project II
  • Greeting from our new IGWS director
  • Gender awareness among our students toward their occupations
  • Announcement about the 25th IGWS Seminar
  • Gender & Women's Studies: Open lectures (2011)

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 31

  • Report on the 23rd IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Students' feedback on the 23rd IGWS Seminar
  • My experiences in a male-dominated occupation ― An essay written by Chika Suzuki, Aichi Shukutoku University alumna
  • "Cute" in ancient times ― An essay written by Kenichi Nakano, Lecturer at Aichi Shukutoku University, Department of Japanese Language and Literature
  • The 4th Meeting of Discussing Graduation Theses Written from a Gender Perspective
  • Self-defense Class for Female Students
  • Announcement about the 24th IGWS Seminar
  • Gender & Women's Studies: Open lectures (2011)

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 30

  • Report on Lecture Series : “Performing Gender ― in clothes, music and speech”
    1. “Is This the Age of "Kawaii Men?”
    2. “Rock Music and Gender ? Regarding Gender Deviation”
    3. “Big Siser Characters and Their Words ― Gender and Sexuality on J-TV”
  • Students’ feedback on the 22nd IGWS Seminar
  • A Child Care Support System and Work ― An essay written by Iida Takako, Aichi Shukutoku University alumna
  • Child Care and Paternity / Maternity(Professor Yasuhiko Nakano, Department of Education, Aichi Shukutoku University )
  • Report on the 23rd Regular Seminar : Lecture by Linda Ohama
  • Making the gender equality promotion board for Nisshin City / A report on the meeting of gender studies
  • Gender & Women’s Studies: Open lectures (2010)

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 29

  • Report on the 22nd IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Students’ feedback on the 21st IGWS Seminar
  • Living with Others Keeps Me Alive ―How to be an independent human being
  • The Second Glacial Epoch of Job Hunting and A Report Card on Gender Gaps in Japan”
  • The 3 rd Meeting discussing: Graduation Theses Written from a Gender Perspective
  • Student’s Report: After performing a short play on Date DV entitled “Is This Love?”
  • Gender & Women’s Studies: Open lectures (2010)

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 28

  • Report on the 21th IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Students’ feedback on the 21th IGWS Seminar
  • Report on a study tour to the USA ― American society and civil power
  • Report from the workshop of the 8th Japan Feminist Counseling Conference
  • An essay ― Being born from a mother and becoming independent
  • Report on the lecture by Ms. Linda Ohama
  • Open lectures in the second (2009) related to gender and women's studies

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 27

  • Report on the 20th IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Students’ feedback on the 20th IGWS Seminar
  • My Career Planning ― Working for an accounting firm to become a licensed tax accountant
  • Tongue and Bodies in Translation: What a title can tell us
  • The 2nd Discussion Meeting: Graduation Theses Written from a Gender Perspective
  • Student’s’ feedback on the 2nd Discussion Meeting of Graduation Theses
  • Gender &Women’s Studies: Open lectures in the first semester (2009)

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 26

  • Report: Lecture Series: “Psychology and Gender”
    1. Women and men: the workings of their brains (Mr. YOSHIZAKI Kazuhito)
    2. The Development of Sociality and the Gender Gap: Why do Girls like dolls, and Boys Miniature cars? (Mr. GOSHIKI Toru)
    3. The conflict and development surrounding Identity and Gender in young people and adolescence (Mr. YONEKURA Goro)
      Description of Feelings on “Psychology and Gender”
  • “Psychology and Gender”: Students’ feedback
  • Gender in Japanese Elementary School Textbooks
  • Medical Care for the Elderly and Gender
  • Students’ Activity Report: Joint Review of Last Friends / Students’ impressions of the Natural Childbirth Lecture
  • Report on the Lecture by Dr. Donald E. Hall / Information about the next General Seminar
  • Gender and Women Studies: Open Lectures in the Second Semester (2008)

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 25

  • Report on the 18th IGWSS seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University:
    Description of feeling by students
  • Report on the 19th IGWSseminar at Aichi Shukutoku University:
    Description of feeling by students
  • Report on the meeting discussing graduation theses written from a gender perspective
  • Introduction the study: “Social Welfare and the Viewpoint of Gender”
  • Gender and communication
  • Open Lectures in the First Seminar (2008) related to Gender and Women studies

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 24

  • Report on the 17th IGWS seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Participants' impressions of the Seminar
  • Introduction of the study: “The aggressiveness of women: An Examination of aggression in relationships”
  • The backrush and the Fujyoshi boom
  • Description of feelings by student who took part in the Aichi International Women's Film Festival 2007 talking session
  • News from IGWS
    Greeting by the new director/ Information on the 19th IGWS Seminar
  • Open Lectures in the Second Seminar (2007) related to Gender and Women studies

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 23

  • Report on the 16th seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Education and Gender :New establishment of the Department of Education-
  • Introduction of the study 'Minority and Gender:From a Black woman's viewpoint
  • Visit to Women’s Studies Center at Chiang Mai University
  • Dancer as a metaphor
  • News from IGWS
  • A new library search engine / Recently arrived books
  • Open Lectures related to Gender and Women studies (April-August 2007)

IGWS Newsletter Vol. 22

  • Report on the 15th IGWS Seminar at Aichi Shukutoku University
  • Description of feelings of Seminar participants
  • Structural Space Theory and Gender
  • Visit to Women’s Studies Center at Chiang Mai University
  • Report on Asian Women’s Forum
  • Notice of Forthcoming Publications
  • Information of the 16th IGWS Seminar
  • Open Lectures in the Second Semester, 2006, Related to Gender & Women Studies