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Chiara Ramponi
IRIDES, Tohoku University 
Childhood cancer, the politics of risk and biosocial identity in post-disaster Fukushima
06/10/2022


Sébastien Boret Penmellen
IRIDES, Tohoku University 
The Politics of Memorial Monuments
06/10/2022


Cécile Asanuma-Brice
CNRS resarcher, co-Director IRP CNRS Mitate Lab. Post Fukushima Studies 
Reconstruction of hard-to-return zones from the perspective of structural violence
10/10/2022


Marie Weishaupt
PhD Candidate, Graduate School of East Asian Studies, Freie Universität Berlin 
From Self-evacuees to Returnees: Radioprotection and Social Appropriateness in the Aftermath of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident
09/10/2022


Naoko Horikawa
Visiting Researcher, Waseda Institute of Medical Anthropology on  Disaster Reconstruction
A Daily Predicament, Searching for Hope: lives of single women forced to evacuate
09/10/2022


Aleksandr Sklyar
Visiting Assistant Professor, University Studies Department, Colgate University ; Socio-cultural Anthropology
The dilemmas of mothers who voluntarily self-evacuated from Fukushima: How can you protect children from radiation, while respecting family and society?
09/10/2022


Tomoo Hidaka
Lecturer, School of Medicine, Fukushima Medical University ; Hygiene and Social Psychology
Position Transition from ʻI in Okumaʼ to ʻOkuma in meʼ  Generating Narratives of Hope after Structural Loss of the Hometown
09/10/2022


Tom GILL
Professor, Department of International Studies, Meiji Gakuin University
Sudden Exile or Wealth leading to Envy and   Discrimination; Suffered by Enforced Refugees   of Nagadoro District, Iitate Village, in Fukushima
09/10/2022


Takuya TSUJIUCHI
Professor of Faculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University, Director of Waseda Institute of Medical Anthropology on Disaster Reconstruction
Complex Structure under Issues of Division and Conflict after Fukushima Nuclear Disaster – Part II
09/10/2022


Takuya TSUJIUCHI
Professor of Faculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University, Director of Waseda Institute of Medical Anthropology on Disaster Reconstruction
Complex Structure under Issues of Division and Conflict after Fukushima Nuclear Disaster – Part I
09/10/2022


Florian Goldmann – Modeling Catastrophe, 14/06/2022


Atsushi Nakao – Black sheet-like mineral prevents food contamination in Fukushima, 14/06/2022


Valérie Arnhold – Mitate Lab Session #1 : Fukushima and the politics of normalcy. How nuclear institutions deal with large-scale accidents, 14/06/2022


信濃 卓郎 – 北海道大学 – これから歩む道-日本土壌肥料学会・日本学術会議の役割, 30/03/2022


Shozugawa Katsumi – The University of Tôkyô – Fukushima, evacuated zone Monitoring Post test, 28/01/2022


Asanuma-Brice C. – Fukushima, 10 ans après, 17/05/2021


Asanuma-Brice C. – Fukushima, 10 ans après : la réouverture de la zone d’évacuation en question, Conférence chaire de recherche conjointe EULyon-Ottawa U, 06/04/2021


Asanuma-Brice C., Evrard O. – Fukushima, la situation 10 ans après, UFE Japon, 11/03/2021


Asanuma-Brice C., Evrard O., Shimizu N., Jobin P., Weishaupt M., Arnhold V., – Journée d’étude “Fukushima, 10 ans après : Regards interdisciplinaires”, Centre de recherches sur le Japon – EHESS, conférence co-organisée par CRJ-EHESS et Mitate lab, 10/03/2021



Asanuma-Brice C. – A Fukushima, avec les femmes et les mères en lutte, France Inter, 14/08/2020


Asanuma-Brice C. – Les banlieues au Japon, y a-t-il une comparaison possible avec la France ?, Institut français de recherche sur le Japon, 11/06/2020


Asanuma-Brice C. – Reportage à Fukushima, France 3 TV, 29/01/2020


Evrard O. – Fukushima : bilan environnemental 8 ans après la catastrophe, CEA Sciences, 12/12/2019


Asanuma-Brice C. – Trois questions à… Cécile Asanuma-Brice : «Un siècle de banlieue japonaise», EHESS, 18/11/2019

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