11 search results for “manga” in the Public website
"Abnormal" Worlds, On the Political Uses of Emotion in Science Fiction Manga
Carl Li defended his thesis on 30 June 2015
Japanese Studies (BA)
In the Bachelor's programme Japanese Studies at Leiden University you will study the rich history and age-old traditions of Japan. Discover the fascinating country of haiku, samurai, geishas and manga.
Beyond Utopia: New politics, the politics of knowledge and the science fictional field of Japan
This project aims to uncover a series of sites of difference and innovation. In particular, it locates itself in two kinds of distancing: geo-cultural (ie. in the non-European space of Japan) and medial (ie. in innovative expressive media).
The "characterization" of Japan: From Merchandising to Identity
Ruobin Han defended her thesis on 21 March 2017
Come to the Tour of Asia festival!
From gay rights in Asia to water management in the Philippines and from the Silk Road to current tensions with North Korea. Come to the Tour of Asia on 14 September to find out all you wanted to know about Asia and more.
New Kikkoman chair in Leiden
The Kikkoman chair is a new chair in Leiden sponsored by the Kikkoman Foundation and the Association of Friends of Asiatic Art. The chair will address the intercultural dynamics of Asia and Europe.
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Tour of Asia success in spite of rain
The Tour of Asia, an afternoon filled with science and culture about Asia, attracted many visitors. In spite of the heavy rain, the visitors chose from among dozens of lectures and debates. This knowledge festival marked the opening of the Asian Library earlier in the day.
Jemima Sint Nicolaas: 'At Japan Studies I felt at home'
Jemima Sint Nicolaas (22) is an East Asian Studies master's student. In addition to her studies, she is an intern at LeidenGlobal, a student assistant and has a job as a barista.
Theatre Performance: Meet the Millennials
Arts and Culture, Theatre Performance