GEAS Lecture Series: Institutions and Rights in East Asia

Apr 17, 2014 - Jul 03, 2014

The Lecture Series takes place every Thursday from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm. The series is open to the public and part of the "inter- and transdisziplinäres Modul" of the MA Japanese Studies, and open to Master students of political science and law. We can award 5 CP for the successful completion of the lecture series. Poster

Program

17.4.2014

Language Rights in the Japanese Legal System

Ikuko Nakane, Professor of Japanese Studies at The University of Melbourne

24.4.2014

Institutionalized and Delayed Justice in South Korea

Dong-Choon Kim, Professor of Sociology at Sung Kong Hoe University in Seoul

8.5.2014

Freedom in Modern Japan: A Short History

Sheldon Garon, Professor of History and East Asian Studies at Princeton Univ.

22.5.2014

The Concept of ‘Balanced Budget’ between European Union, Germany and other Member States

Markus Heintzen, Professor of Public Law at Freie Universität Berlin

5.6.2014

Human Rights Institutions: From Commitment to Compliance

Thomas Risse, Professor of International Relations at Freie Universität Berlin

NEW DATE:

26.6.2014

Compete to Institutionalize East Asian Economic Integration: RCEP vs. TPP

Junji Nakagawa, Professor of International Economic Law at Tokyo University

New location: Institute of Japanese Studies (rear buildung), upper floor, room 1.35, Hittorfstr. 18.

3.7.2014

Sovereignty, Rights and Constitutionalism in China’s 20th Century

Klaus Mühlhahn, Professor of Chinese History at Freie Universität Berlin

Time & Location

Apr 17, 2014 - Jul 03, 2014

Boltzmannstraße 1