International Symposium on the Great East Japan Earthquake Archive FY 2016: "Advancing and deepening Disaster Archives six years after the earthquake disaster"2016/11/22
The National Diet Library (NDL) and the International Research Institute of Disaster Science (IRIDeS) of Tohoku University are pleased to hold a symposium on the Great East Japan Earthquake Archive at the auditorium of IRIDeS, Tohoku University, on January 20, 2017.
The symposium will feature a special lecture by Professor Andrew Gordon, The JDArchive Project Director, Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies at Harvard University, current case reports and so on.
"Possibilities for a Participatory Digital Archive" Andrew Gordon (Lee and Juliet Folger Fund Professor of History at Harvard University / The JDArchive Project Director, Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies)
"Conserving the legacy of earthquake disaster"
Mitsuru Takahashi（Chief Curator, Fukushima Prefectural Museum）
"Fukushima Nuclear Accident Archive (FNAA)"
Minoru Yonezawa (General Manager, Library, INIS and Archive Section, Intellectual Resources Management and R&D Collaboration Department, Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
"Archiving websites: National Diet Library Web Archiving Project（WARP)"
Naotoshi Maeda (Assistant Director, Digital Library Division, Kansai-kan of NDL)
"National Diet Library Great East Japan Earthquake Archive (HINAGIKU)"
Atsuko Ito (Senior Librarian of Digital Information Department, NDL)
"Issues and solutions for recent archives of earthquake disasters"
Akihiro Shibayama (Associate Professor of IRIDeS, Tohoku University)
"An agenda for construction of digital archives and considering its utilization for the Kumamoto Earthquake"
Toshitaka Yamao (Professor, Faculty of Advanced Science and Technology, Kumamoto University)
"Advancing and deepening Disaster Archives six years after the earthquake disaster"
The above special lecturer and reporters
|Date and time||Friday, January 20, 2017|
|Venue||Auditorium of IRIDeS, Tohoku University
468-1 Aoba, Aramaki, Aoba-ku, Sendai
A five-minute walk from the south exit of Aobayama station on the Sendai City Subway Tozai Line
|Admission fee||Free of charge|
|How to apply||
Please access the following URL.|
(Michinoku Shinrokuden system(Japanese))
|For enquiries||Ms. Ono, Mr. Shibayama |
Disaster Digital Archive, Disaster Information Management and Public Collaboration Division, International Research Institute of Disaster Science, Tohoku University
E-mail: archiveforum(AT)irides.tohoku.ac.jp (Please, replace AT with @)