Workshop: Making "We the People" in South Korea and Japan


Saturday, July 2, 2016, 1:00pm to 5:30pm


East Building Hall, East Research Building 8F (慶大三田キャンパス東館8階会議室)

The Second Workshop


Making "We the People" in South Korea and Japan

July 2, 2016 (13:00 - 17:30)

Co-sponsored by The Faculty of Law, Keio University and
The Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies at Harvard University


Welcome Address
President Atsushi Seike, Keio University
Dean Juro Iwatani, Keio University
Session I (60 min.)
Making "We the People" in South Korea and Japan: Past and Present
Sung-Ho Kim, Yonsei University
Chaihark Hahm, Yonsei University
Session II (50 min.)
Review and Response
Helen Hardacre, Harvard University
Timothy George, University of Rhode Island
Franziska Seraphim, Boston College
Yasuo Hasebe, Waseda University
Keigo Komamura, Keio University
Session III (45 min.)
Constitutional Politics Now: The Postwar Development of Politics and Society in Korea, Japan, and US
Junya Nishino, Keio University
Kenneth McElwain, University of Tokyo
Chris Winkler, University of Hokkaido
Yongwook Ryu, Australian National University


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