Screening of 'TOKYO Ainu' & Discussion of Ainu Issues in English
Everyone is welcome to attend. No prior registration necessary.
25th of October, 18:00
Room 608, Research Faculty of Media & Communication Building
Hokkaido University (N17, W8)
'TOKYO Ainu' was directed by Hiroshi Moriya (森谷博) and portrays the lives of a group of Ainu people in the urban sprawl of Greater Tokyo. This film interviews a number of Ainu people going about their daily lives and explores their fight for recognition as an Indigenous People of Japan and as a distinct ethnic minority in Tokyo.
Following the screening of this documentary, there will be a discussion on Ainu-related issues in English. Everybody is invited to participate in discussions and raise any questions they have on: Ainu culture, Wajin/Ainu relations, Ainu traditions and practices, and the Ainu language.
Enquiries:Kylie Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Organized by Multilingualism & Multiculturalism research group (RFMC)
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Screening & Discussion of Ainu Issues