21st Century Borders in Japan - 

Early Career Researcher Writing Workshop

Venue: Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.

Date: February 15-16, 2024

Sponsored by: 

SSHRC, University of Victoria, Nichibunken, Hokkaido University

Pre-Workshop Seminar

14 February, 1630-1800

“Quantifying Borders: Border dyads and OSCE disputes”

Prof. Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly

(University of Victoria, Borders in Globalization Coordinator)


Co-Sponsored by the SRC (UBRJ/EES)

Slavic-Eurasia Research Center, Room 401 (Fourth floor)

21st Century Borders in Japan Writing Workshop

15 & 16 February

Room W302, Humanities and Social Sciences Building 

Workshop Outline

15 February

0930~ Doors Open


10:00-10:30 Introductions

Greetings from the Organizers

Participant Introductions

Workshop Goals

Writing with Clarity


10:30-12:00 Session 1


13:30-15:00 Session 2


15:30-17:00 Session 3


Workshop Dinner

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16 February

09:00-10:30 Session 4


10:30-11:15 Towards Publication


11:30-17:30 Discussions in the Field


Japan’s Borders in Globalization is partnered with 21st Century Borders, an SSHRC-funded research program based at the University of Victoria, which aims to create the largest research network of policy actors and academics in border studies world-wide. 21st Century Borders seeks the production of comparative and policy relevant research in Africa and Australasia, Europe, North America, Latin America and Asia in order to understand the operation of Borders in Globalization.