Wednesday, February 20th

Venue: Het Pand, Vergaderzaal 1.1 Priorzaal

9:30-10:30 Panel 1

Angelika Koch: “Images of the Body in kibyôshi

Andreas Niehaus: “Between Resting and Moving: Ideas of the body in the Yôjôkun

10:30-11-00 Coffee Break

11:00-12:00 Panel 2

Okada Kei: “Evolving Yellow Bodies: Bodily inferiority complex and the encouragement of white-yellow interracial marriage in Meiji Japan”

Yabu Kotaro: “Master Jiu-Jitsu at home!: Correspondence course in Budo by “Teikoku Shobu Kai”  in early 20th century Japan”

12:00-14:00 Lunch Break

14:00-15:00 Panel 3

Nagami Makoto: “The value of sports printed in Japanese moral education”

Yamanashi Masae: “For whom “Kôkayûgi(校歌遊戯)” performs: The school song dance between nationalization and localization in Miyakojima Island

15:30-16:00 Coffee Break

15:30-16:30 Panel 4

Sato Akinobu: “Close relation between sports criticism and non-fiction: the appearance of Number in 1980’s”

I-chen Yu: “The Ideology of Health Maintenance and Chinese Medicine in Japan”

18:30 Conference Diner

Thursday, February 21th

Venue: Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, Blandijnberg 2, Faculty Room

9:00-10:00 Panel  5

Kawaguchi Tetsuji: “Die heutige Problem zur Elementarisierung in der Bewegungserkennung”

Ichiba Toshiyuki: “Sport-Intelligenz in den 1930er Jahren”

10:O0-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30-11:30 Panel 6

Uta Schaffers: “Traveling Bodies in Japan: The Perception of European and Japanese Bodies in Travel Literature”

Yoshida Kotaro: “Bettler, Eremiten oder Künstler: Blinde in Japan in europäischen völkerkundlichen Berichten des 18. Jahrhunderts”

11:30 Final Discussion

12:00 Lunch