Cultural Heritage Mission in Japan

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Catturafoto2Between 7 and 15 April 2018, Gábor Sonkoly, the academic coordinator of Minority Heritage Pilot of REACH project, visited eight Japanese universities (Buddhist Postgraduate College, Josai University, Meiji University, Nishogakusha University in Tokyo, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Otani University, Ristumeikan University in Kyoto and Kobe University in Kobe) in order to establish research and educational cooperation in the field of participative cultural heritage scholarship. He was the member of the official delegation of the Eötvös Loránd University including the rector and the vice-rector for international affairs. The perspectives of future cooperation in cultural heritage studies proved to be particularly promising with Kobe University and the Kyoto University of Foreign Studies.

 

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