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Haitian flag Embassy of Haiti in Tokyo

Address34 Kowa Bldg., No. 906
4-12-24 Nishi Azabu
Minati Ku, Tokyo 106
Phonelocal: (03) 3486.7096
international: +81.3.3486.7096
Faxlocal: (03) 3486.7070
international: +81.3.3486.7070

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Fri, 1 Feb 2013 03:39 EST
Request for country information
To whom it may concern,

My name is Hidaya and I am currently studying in the University of Tsukuba.I would like to inform that I am representing Haiti in a program called Japan Universities English Model United Nation organized by my university. For that reason,I would appreciate it a lot if you could send me information regarding your country especially in the subject of child issues to the following email address.


Thank you for your kind help in this matter.

Yours sincerely,

hilda st. jean
Thu, 5 Jul 2012 10:08 EDT
Haitian-American writer Danielle Legros Georges to present at University of Tokyo conference: The Imagination of Disaster. July 8, 2012
Haitian-American writer Danielle Legros Georges to present at University of Tokyo conference: The Imagination of Disaster. July 8, 2012

Schedule below:

Date: Sunday, July 8, 2012
Place: The Komaba Campus of the University of Tokyo, Bldg. 18 (#36 on the attached campus map)

The Imagination of Disaster 1: Historical Imagination
Chair: Chika Kinoshita(Shizuoka University of Art and Culture)
・Ruins and the Imagination of Joseph Michael Gandy / Hallie Rebecca Marshall (University of Oxford)
・Earthquake Melodrama and Heavenly Punishment: Cinematic representations of the 1923 Kanto Earthquake / Alex Bates (Dickinson
・The Cultural Representations of Disaster in the New York-based 70-80s Exploitation Movies. A socio-political overview / Frédéric Gimello-Mesplomb (University of Lorraine)
・Representation of Disaster and Perspective in the Landscape / Yoshiko Suzuki (Tokyo University of the Arts)

Panel 5: The Imagination of Disaster 2: Analyzing the Effects
Chair: Yoshiaki Sato (Independent Scholar)
・Leisure Performances, Representation of Local Identity, and Recovery from Disasters / Jon Griffin Donlon (Tokai University)
・An Unnaming: The Haitian Earthquake Metaphor / Danielle Legros Georges (Lesley University)
・From Chernobyl to Fukushima: Do the Pedagogics of Disaster Exist? / Frédéric Lemarchand (University of Caen)
・When We Ourselves Tremble: Tawada Yoko’s Leçons de Poétique & the Othering of Disaster / Paul McQuade (Sophia University)

The Imagination of Disaster 3: Present / Future / Conditional
Chair: Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto (Waseda University)
・Ozu Yasujirô’s Cinema and the Moving Images as Disaster / Suzanne Beth (University of Montreal)
・Spectacles of Mass Destruction: Roland Emmerich and the Disaster-Tourist Gaze / Mike Dillon (University of Southern
・Muted and Unreal: Making Sense and Sound out of Accidents in Jia Zhangke’s Work / Megan Steffen (Princeton University)
・Philosophical Reflections on “the Apocalypse of Cinema through
Cinema”: Thoughts after Resnais, Tarkovsky, Imamura, Boganim and Kobayashi / Elise Domenach (Ecole Normale Supérieure Lyon)
Fri, 21 Oct 2011 12:24 EDT
Request for sending information and other articles.
Dear Sir,
With due respect; we would like to say that, we the Teachers (About 30) and Students (More than 500) of our Institute, want to know about your Country. Please send us your books, magazines, poster, folder, leaflet, sticker, view card, cap, pen, badge, t-shirt, cassette, CD, calendar, diary and other gifts items to the following address.

On behalf of the Teachers and Students

Yours faithfully

EMAIL: ahosain18@gmail.com
Phone: +8801717979881

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