WHEN: 1:00PM - 2:30PM Saturday, April 2, 2005

WHERE: Columbus Hall H, Hyatt Regency Chicago Hotel


Please join the four distinguished panelists and unravel huge potentials of Shashi for interdisciplinary research together.

Panelists and Speakers

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Dr. Lonny Carlile
University of Hawaii at Manoa

"The Impact of Changing Times and Changing Contexts on Shashi: A Comparison of the JTB's 50- Year and 70- Year Histories"

Dr. Sayuri Gutherie Shimizu
Michigan State university

"Tracing the Expansion of Japanese Business Establishments in the U.S."

Ms. Maureen Donovan
Ohio State University

"Manga and Shashi: Information Intersections in Resources on Gross National Cool (GNC)"

Ms. Izumi Koide
Shibusawa Memorial Museum Resource Center for the History of Entrepreneurship

"Mining for Information Gold: How to get at it?"

Mr. Eizaburo Okuizumi
University of Chicago


Ms. Tokiko Y. Bazzell
University of Hawaii at Manoa


Special Announcement: "Mitsui Collection at the University of Pittsburgh" by Dr. Richard Smethurst

This discussion panel is co-sponsored by the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), North American
Coordinating Council on Japanese Library Resources (NCC), and Shibusawa Eiichi Memorial Museum.


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