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New Voices in Japanese Studies
New Voices in Japanese Studies is an academic journal published in print and online by the Japan Foundation, Sydney. The journal showcases the work of emerging researchers in and from Australia and New Zealand.

Volume 8 is now available.

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Grant Recipients
Find out about the conferences and research projects that have recently received funding through Major Grants for Japanese Studies Grants for Japanese Studies.

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J-Studies Newsletter
Are you an academic or researcher with an interest in Japan?
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Japanese Book News
Japanese Book News is a quarterly publication produced by the Japan Foundation to provide insight into new arrivals and trends in the Japanese publishing landscape.
Issue 88, Summer 2016 (PDF/1.5MB)
Back issues are available via the Japan Foundation Head Office website>>
Worth Sharing
Worth Sharing is a booklet produced by The Japan Foundation that introduces a selection of Japanese books recommended for translation.
Worth Sharing vol. 4 (2016) (PDF/3.7MB)
Worth Sharing vol. 3 (2015) (PDF/3.6MB)
Worth Sharing vol. 2 (2014) (PDF/3.1MB)
Worth Sharing vol. 1 (2013) (PDF/2.8MB)
Further information about this resource is available on the Japan Foundation Head Office website>>
Japan Foundation Grants & Study Programs
The Japan Foundation, Sydney offers a number of Major Grants and Study Programs.
Application deadlines are in November & December each year.

The 2016-2017 Major grants round is now open.

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Results: Survey on Japanese-Language Education 2012
In fiscal 2012-2013, The Japan Foundation conducted a global survey on Japanese Language Education. An excerpt of the results is available below.
Results (Excerpt), Fiscal 2012-2013 (PDF/MB)
Further information is available on the Japan Foundation Head Office website>>
Japanese Theatre in HSC Drama Curriculum, 2015-2017
The NSW HSC Drama curriculum for 2015-2017 includes an elective called Japanese Traditional and Contemporary Theatre, which gives students the opportunity to explore Noh, Bunraku, Kabuki and the Suzuki method of acting.
HSC Drama Course Prescriptions, 2015-2017 (PDF/0.5MB)
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