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Japan's Cultural Pivots Workshop
Community College of Philadelphia and
University of Pennsylvania's Center for East Asian Studies
Pre-Workshop: June 12-14, 2019
Main Workshop: June 18-22, 2019
The complete application for the Main Workshop, including your CV, must be submitted electronically
no later than
April 25, 2019
. Please use the form below.
Part A: Applicant Information
Indicates required field
Professional (institutional) address
Home or cell phone
Preferred e-mail (to be shared with other workshop participants)
Are you employed
List below the courses you normally teach over an academic year:
Have you ever participated in a workshop on Japan?
If yes, please identify the workshop, its length of time, and year it was held:
Have you ever taken any undergraduate or graduate courses on Japan?
If yes, please list those courses:
I am applying for:
Both the 3-day pre-workshop and the 5-day main workshop (June 12-14, 18-22).
Only the 5-day main workshop (June 18-22).
Only the 3-day pre-workshop (June 12-14).
I plan to book a room at the International House
I'd like a room at the Sheraton: please send me booking information with a code
I plan to book accommodation elsewhere
Please make a selection ONLY if you wish to stay at the Sheraton
I'd prefer not to have a JSA workshop roommate
I'd prefer a JSA workshop roommate and share costs but will pay for the room if a roommate does not work out
I am willing to share a room with a JSA workshop roommate, if rooms run out
Part B: Essay
In an essay not exceeding 300 words,
1) explain why you wish to participate in the "Japan's Cultural Pivots" Workshop; and
2) outline how might use the Workshop content in your courses.
If you are an administrator, how will you incorporate this information into your college curriculum?
Upload essay file here (Word or PDF only):
Max file size: 20MB
Part C: Curriculum Vitae
Please attach a brief CV (2-4 pages), listing the names and contact information of two references.
Upload CV file here (Word or PDF only):
Max file size: 20MB
Please attach a Word or PDF file only.
Part E: Program Fee
Workshop participants will be responsible for their travel expenses, accommodation costs, and some meals. In addition, they will pay a $100 registration fee.
The complete application, including your CV, must be submitted electronically no later than April 25, 2018. Acceptance notifications for the Main Workshop will be sent by April 27. Accepted participants must pay the $100 registration fee by April 30, 2019. Acceptance notifications for the Pre-Workshop only will be sent on a rolling basis.
For Pre-Workshop applicants: Should you experience technical difficulties (e.g., a submission confirmation message does not appear), please forward your application materials directly to Fay Beauchamp (firstname.lastname@example.org), copying Jim Peoples (email@example.com) and Maggie Ivanova (firstname.lastname@example.org).