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Volume 6 Foreword

In the six years New Voices has been published, the relationship between Australia and Japan has gone from strength to strength. With the recent release of the Australian Government’s Australia…

Volume 6 Introduction

I am happy to introduce to you this year’s contributions to the Japan Foundation’s New Voices. New Voices plays an important role in the field of Japanese Studies by offering…

Volume 5 Foreword

This year we celebrate the small, yet gratifying milestone of producing a fifth issue of New Voices, showcasing the depth and breadth of Japanese Studies scholarship being undertaken by Honours…

Volume 5 Introduction

2011 has been a good vintage for postgraduate Japanese studies in Australia and New Zealand, as I hope that the arrival of New Voices Volume 5 will amply show. Focusing…

Volume 4 Foreword

This fourth issue of New Voices demonstrates the wide variety of topics and high quality of Japanese Studies scholarship being undertaken by Honours and Masters students in Australia and New…

Volume 3 Foreword

New Voices was launched in December 2006 with the aim of supporting early career researchers and postgraduate students in Japanese studies to share their research interests with as wide an…

Volume 3 Introduction

It was during the seasonal change from summer to autumn that I first landed in Tokyo as a naïve 21 year old, ready to embark on a working holiday adventure.…

Volume 2 Introduction

This issue of New Voices is a monument to the strength, diversity, and maturity of undergraduate Japanese Studies in Australia. The complexity and profundity of the topics tackled by the…

Volume 2 Foreword

This is the second issue of New Voices, showcasing the work of recent honours graduates who completed their research at Australian Universities from 2005 –2007. New Voices was launched in…

Volume 1 Foreword

This inaugural issue of New Voices seeks to support the work of early career researchers and postgraduate students in Japanese Studies and related fields. New Voices acts as a forum…

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