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International Conferences

We hold international conferences two or three times a year in collaboration with universities and institutes of all over the world. The papres read at these conferences will appear in the seprate proceedings published after each international conference.

13th International Research Meeting

"De l'herméneutique philosophique à l'herméneutique du texte"
Date: From Friday, December 9 to Sunday, December 11, 2011
Venue: Integrated Research Bldg. (Arts and Humanities) Conference Hall, Nagoya University
           Room 906, Nagoya University Graduate School of Law
Languages: Japanese, French and English (with simultaneous interpretation)
For details, please refer to the poster.

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12th International Research Meeting

"Configuration du texte en histoire"
Date: From Thursday, September 1 to Friday, September 2, 2011
Venue: Noyori Conference Hall, Nagoya University
Languages: French and English
                   (with simultaneous interpretation between French and Japanese)
For details, please refer to the poster.

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11th International Research Meeting

"Between Philology and Hermeneutics"
« Entre la philologie et l'herméneutique »
Date: From Friday, December 10 to Saturday, December 11, 2010
Venue: Nagoya University, School of Letters Bldg. Meeting Room 110
            Integrated Research Bldg. (Arts and Humanities) Conference Hall
Languages: English, French and Japanese
For details, please see Poster.

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10th International Research Meeting

"Interpretation by Another Name: The Uses of Legal Texts in the Age of Enlightenment"
Dates: From Friday, October 1 to Saturday, October 2, 2010
Place: École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France
Language: English
Please register to participate. For details, please see Poster.

Round Table "Rechtsfindung in the Context of Justice"
Date: Monday, September 27, 2010
Place: Heidelberg University, Germany
Language: English
For details, please see Poster.

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9th International Research Meeting

"Japanese Academic Knowledge Aiming for Language"
Dates: From Thursday, September 9 to Saturday, September 11, 2010
Place: Nagoya University, Integrated Research Building (Arts and Humanities) Conference Hall
Language: Japanese
For details, please see Poster.

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8th International Research Meeting

"Historical Trajectories of Japanese Texts: Interpretation, Recontextualization and Configuration"
Dates: From Thursday, September 3 to Saturday, September 5, 2009
Place: Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
Language: Japanese
For details, please see Poster.

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7th International Research Meeting

"Sixth Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics (WAFL 6)"
Dates: Saturday August 29 and from Friday, September 4 to Sunday, September 6, 2009
Place: Nagoya University, Integrated Research Building (Arts and Humanities) Conference Hall and Noyori Conference Hall
Language: English
For details, please see Poster.

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6th International Research Meeting

"Herméneutique du texte d'histoire: orientation, interprétation et questions nouvelles"
Dates: From Saturday, March 7 to Sunday, March 8, 2009
Place: Tokyo International Forum
Languages: English, French (simultaneous interpretation service provided)
Please register to participate. For details, please see Poster.

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5th International Research Meeting

"La mise en texte des savoirs"
Dates: From Thursday, March 5 to Saturday, March 7, 2009
Place: Universit? Paris-Est (France)

  • Please see poster for details.

For directions to the venue on March 5 and 6, please see this Link.

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4th International Research Meeting

From Saturday, July 19 to Monday (Holiday), July 21, 2008
"The Global Stature of Japanese Religious Texts - Aspects of Textuality and Syntactic Methodology"
Place: Nagoya University, Conference Hall, Integrated Research Building (Arts and Humanities) 7F
Language: Japanese

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4th International Research Meeting

Selected applicants that will present at the meeting for young researchers
The following researchers were selected to present their research papers at the 4th Global COE International Research Meeting for presentations by young researchers:

  • Norihiro Otsuka (Research fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)
  • Ga?tan Rappo (?cole pratique des hautes ?tudes / Foreign Research Scholar, Historiographical Institute, The University of Tokyo, )
  • Naoko Kobayashi (Part-time Teacher, Nagoya International Senior High School)
  • Tae Hirano (Full-time Lecturer, Jumonji College)
  • Akihiro Yamamoto (Teacher, Gakushuin Boys' Senior High School)
  • Anna Andreeva, (Research Fellow, University of Cambridge, Girton College)
  • Takaaki Daito (Doctoral Student, Kokugakuin University, Graduate School)
  • Kanako Muramatsu (Doctoral Student, Nagoya University, Graduate School)

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4th International Research Meeting

Opportunity for young researchers to present their research papers
We will invite motivated young researchers and graduate school students to present the results of their unique research projects at the 4th Global COE International Research Meeting.
For detailed information about applying, please download the following files.[Updated on May 1, 2008]

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3rd International Research Meeting

From Saturday, February 9 to Sunday, February 10, 2008
"Identity in Text Interpretation and Everyday Life"
Place: Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters / School of Letters Bldg. Room #237
Language: English (no interpretation service provided)

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2nd International Research Meeting

From Friday, December 14 to Sunday, December 16, 2007
"Balzac, Flaubert. La gen?se de l'oeuvre et la question de l'interpr?tation"
Place: Nagoya University, Conference Hall, Integrated Research Building (Arts and Humanities) 7F
Languages: French, Japanese (simultaneous interpretation service provided)

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1st International Research Meeting

From Friday, September 7 to Sunday, September 9, 2007
"Philological and Grammatical Studies of English Historical Texts"
Place: Nagoya University, Conference Hall, Integrated Research Building (Arts and Humanities) 7F
Language: English (no interpretation service provided)

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