Web Resources

WEBSITE: The 3.11 Japanese Teaching Materials Project (Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies)

WEBSITE: The 3.11 Japanese Teaching Materials Project (Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies)

アメリカ・カナダ大学連合日本研究センター [Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies],  311日本語教材プロジェクト [San ichi ichi nihongo kyōzai purojekuto] accessed February 20, 2015, http://www.iucjapan.org/html/311_material_j.html. The 311 Japanese Teaching Materials Project is an educational resource that allows students to learn about 3.11 and its societal impacts while practicing their Japanese language skills. Created

WEBSITE: Project “Sending Books to the Children of Iwaki” [震災復興支援 in FUKUSHIMA -いわきの子供たちに本を送る-]

WEBSITE: Project “Sending Books to the Children of Iwaki” [震災復興支援 in FUKUSHIMA -いわきの子供たちに本を送る-]

Project “Sending Books to the Children of Iwaki”: http://atlantic.gssc.nihon-u.ac.jp/~gssc_alumni/project.html (accessed February 28, 2015) This website features an archive of correspondence – email, postal, and pictorial – between the participants of an ongoing project to send books to the children of Iwaki City. Iwaki

WEBSITE: Earthquake School in the Cloud: Citizen Seismologists in Taiwan [台灣地震學園]

WEBSITE: Earthquake School in the Cloud: Citizen Seismologists in Taiwan  [台灣地震學園]

“Earthquake School in the Cloud: Citizen seismologists in Taiwan.” Accessed December 07, 2014. http://.wix.com/earthquake-school. “Taiwan dizhen xueyuan (台灣地震學園).” Accessed December 07, 2014.  http://katepili2003.wix.com/future-eq-school.   This Taiwan-based website is a resource platform that provides games and stories to educate citizens about seismology,

Post-Fukushima Nuclear Politics in Japan

Post-Fukushima Nuclear Politics in Japan

Aldrich, Daniel, James Platte, and Jennifer Jennifer. “Post-Fukushima Nuclear Politics in Japan, Part I.” Blog. The Monkey Cage, April 1, 2013. http://themonkeycage.org/2013/04/01/post-fukushima-nuclear-politics-in-japan-part-i/. In this three-part blog post, Daniel Aldrich, James Platte, and Jennifer Sklarew summarize development in Japanese politics, bureaucratic organization,