JSAS MINI-ACTIVITIES MARCH 2021
The First JSAS Mini Workshop
Dear JSAS family, dear ALL, We recently launched the JSAS Mini-activities series where any of our members will introduce themselves to others members by presenting on their research interests and the research they are currently doing. In addition to keeping us in touch, these mini-series serve the purpose of getting to know more about each other’s work, and identify potential areas of collaboration and cooperation.
To get the ball rolling, it is with pleasure that we introduce JSAS president, Dr Vick Ssali as the first presenter of such activities.
Dr Ssali teaches English and the cultures of English Speaking Countries (英語圏) at Aichi Gakuin University in Central Japan. Vick is founding president of the Japan Society for Afrasian Studies (JSAS), and his research interests include governance and human security in Africa, as well as cross-cultural communication, CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning), and cultural competence. His presentation will mainly focus on a cross-cultural approach to language teaching. He will also briefly introduce an ongoing project on the relevance of ethnic federalism to governance in multi-ethnic Uganda. Presenter: Dr Vick Ssali (Aichi Gakuin University) Title: My research and teaching activities
Date: Saturday, 20 March 2021
Time: 2000hrs (JST)
Platform: Zoom Meetings:
For those of you that need it, the ID is: 912 6807 1176 and the passcode: 5Bp1Rw
The plan is to hold, at most, one such mini-activity per month depending on the number of members forthcoming. Dr. Munemura (Tokyo University), Prof Adem (Doshisha University) and Dr Muchetu (Doshisha University) will be the next presenters respectively.
We are looking forwarding to your participation.