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Japanese Studies: 5-10-20 – From 10 years out the gate.

As the first article in our Japanese Studies: 5-10-20 series, Lara Mones, who is a Program Officer with Japan Society’s Performing Arts Program, will discuss her experiences and tips for the eventual encounter with the job market in Japan-related fields. === … Continue reading

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Reblog: LifeAfterJET: Transitioning Your Teaching Experience

Considering teaching English in Japan after graduation or interested in teaching English as a second language for a career? Head over to JETWit.com to check out Tammy Wik’s feature on using her ESL experience to launch a career in TESOL. … Continue reading

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Reminder: Writers wanted – Japanese Studies 5-10-20

Just a quick reminder that we are still looking for people interested in writing (brief!) articles for our Japanese Studies 5-10-20 project, linked here. Are you five or so years out of your degree and into the world? Roughly ten? … Continue reading

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Call for articles from readers! Japanese Studies: 5-10-20

Next year What can I do with a B.A. in Japanese Studies? is planning a series of periodic articles from guest writers entitled “Japanese Studies: 5-10-20.” Our aim to hear about the personal experiences of people at various stages of … Continue reading

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Job Opening: Assistant Curator of Japanese Art – Asian Art Museum (SF)

Institution: Asian Art Museum Location: San Francisco, CA Posted: 10/02/2013 Type: Full Time Department: Japanese Art Education: MA required, PhD preferred Languages: Japanese Reposted from Japan Art History Forum (JAHF) & Premodern Japanese Studies (PMJS) mailing lists Position Summary The … Continue reading

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Japanese Studies M.A. In Action: How My Master’s Degree Prepared Me For My Professional Career

Elizabeth Mekaru is currently a Study Abroad Advisor for the University of Michigan Center for Global and Intercultural Study. She graduated from the University of Michigan in 2005 with a B.A. in Asian Studies, and taught English in Yokohama for … Continue reading

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My Experience in Media Contents Translation

For today’s guest article, we’ll be featuring information from Ai-Lin, a Master’s student who has been working with a translation company in Japan on media contents materials for several months now. She writes a bit about her experiences as a … Continue reading

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Job Opening: Japanese Studies or comparative cultural (including Japanese Culture in a world context)

Institution:   Nagoya City University, The Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences Location:   Japan Position:   Associate Professor or Lecturer of Japanese Studies or comparative cultural (including Japanese Culture) , Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Humanities and … Continue reading

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Job Opening: International Programs Advisor, Elon University

Institution: Elon University Location: Elon, NC Posted: 05/28/2013 Application Due: Open Until Filled Type: Full Time, Interim Education: bachelor’s degree Elon University is seeking a highly qualified individual to contribute to our team-oriented work environment for this entry-level, one-year interim … Continue reading

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Working at an Eikaiwa [Part 2]

Today we return to the subject of teaching in Japan with the second of three guest articles by Sean Montgomery, who writes on the basics you need to know about eikaiwa and employment experiences with them. See Part 1 here. Part 2: What … Continue reading

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