Center for Japanese Studies (CJS)
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His book, "Japan's Cuisines: Food, Place, and Identity" has been designated a 2017 Outstanding Academic Title by Choice (an imprint of ALA).
CJS faculty member Jennifer Robertson writes at CNN about the growing number of Japanese men who self-identify as "genderless."
The Center for Japanese Studies (CJS) promotes and disseminates research on Japan, fosters communication among diverse disciplines, and encourages new approaches in the understanding of Japan and its place in the world.
Founded in 1947, CJS is the oldest interdisciplinary center in the United States with a mission to promote research and teaching in Japanese studies.
CJS is home to faculty and students from a variety of disciplines and professional schools, artists and scholars visiting from near and far, and community organizations engaged in Japan-related activities in Michigan.
The 70th Anniversary CJS Newsletter is now Available
We strive to support our students and faculty on the front lines of learning and research; to steward our planet, our community, our campus. To do this, CJS needs you—because the world needs Victors.