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【Symposium】The Future of Journalism


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On July 2, Nikkei will hold a student support project titled "The Future of Journalism” at Keio University’s Mita Campus.
At the event, experts and journalists will focus on the complex relationship between war and media coverage. With the world now focused on Russia's invasion of Ukraine, how can we evaluate on-the-ground reporting of the conflict? What roles are social networking sites playing? These and other questions will be raised and discussed.
Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation of the event will be available, and real-time online participation will also be possible.

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概要OVERVIEW

Date
July 2(Sat.)
13:00 - 16:00(JST)
Location

Keio University’s Mita Campus (Online registration is possible.)

Organizers

Nikkei Inc.; the Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University; Institute for Journalism, Media & Communication Studies, Keio University

Cooperation

Sophia University; Waseda University

Registration fee

Free

Contact

Email:jism@nex.nikkei.co.jp

プログラム Program

13:00 - 13:05 Welcoming Remarks

Kohei Itoh, President of Keio University

13:05 - 13:25 Opening Remarks

Azmat Khan, Patti Cadby Birch Assistant Professor of Journalism, and Director, Simon and June Li Center for Global Journalism, Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University

13:25 - 13:55 Keynote Speech: ”Trauma Aware Reporting: The Global Revolution in Reporting on Crisis and Violence”

Bruce Shapiro, Executive Director, The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma

13:55 - 14:40 Panel Discussion 1: "War Reporting: What's Happening on the Frontlines "

Panelists:
Azmat Khan, Patti Cadby Birch Assistant Professor of Journalism, and Director, Simon and June Li Center for Global Journalism, Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University
Michael Peel, Executive Editor, Nikkei Asia
Tomoyo Ogawa, Staff Writer, International News Center, Nikkei Inc.

Moderator:
Ryosuke Harada, Senior Executive Editor, Nikkei Inc.

14:55 - 15:40 Panel Discussion 2: "Living in an Era of Mediatized War"

Panelists:
Yoko Hirose, Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University
Shotaro Tsuda, Professor of the Institute for Journalism, Media & Communication Studies, Keio University
Keiichi Murayama, Commentator, Nikkei Inc.

Moderator:
Nobuto Yamamoto, Professor, Department of Politics, Keio University

15:40 - 16:00 Closing Remarks

Yutaka Oishi, Emeritus Professor (Keio University), Distinguished Visiting Professor (Jumonji University), Specially Appointed Professor (Tokai University)

Symposium MC: Akiko Kadoya

登壇者 Speaker

Kohei Itoh

President of Keio University

President Kohei Itoh graduated from Keio University and received his M. S. and Ph. D. in Engineering from University of California, Berkeley. He joined Keio University as a faculty member in 1995 and became a full professor in 2007. He served as Dean of Faculty and Graduate School of Science and Technology of Keio University between 2017 and 2019. His main focus of research has been quantum computing, quantum sensing, and quantum physics. He leads a variety of quantum information projects in Japan including the Program Director of Quantum Information Technology in the MEXT Quantum Leap Flagship Program for researchers representing the field. He is one of 210 Council Members of Science Council of Japan.

Azmat Khan

Patti Cadby Birch Assistant Professor of Journalism, and Director, Simon and June Li Center for Global Journalism, Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University

Azmat Khan is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter writing for the New York Times Magazine and the Patti Cadby Birch Assistant Professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, where she is also the inaugural Director of the newly established Simon and June Li Center for Global Journalism. Khan is writing a book for Random House investigating America's air wars. Her investigations have exposed myths of war, while illuminating their human toll, prompting widespread policy impact from Washington to Kabul and winning more than a dozen awards, including two National Magazine Awards, two Overseas Press Club awards, the Polk Award, and the Hillman Prize, among others.

Bruce Shapiro

Executive Director, The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma

Bruce Shapiro is Executive Director of the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, a project of Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism encouraging innovative reporting on violence, conflict and tragedy worldwide. An award-winning reporter on human rights, criminal justice and politics, Shapiro is a contributing editor at The Nation and U.S. correspondent for Late Night Live on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Radio National. He is Adjunct Professor and Senior Advisor for Academic Affairs at Columbia Journalism School, where he teaches journalism ethics. His books include Shaking the Foundations: 200 Years of Investigative Journalism in America (Nation Books) and Legal Lynching: The Death Penalty and America's Future (New Press). His latest book, Aftershock Journalism: The Revolution in Reporting in Violence, is forthcoming from Columbia University Press. Shapiro is recipient of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Public Advocacy Award for "outstanding and fundamental contributions to the social understanding of trauma." He is a founding board member of the Global Investigative Journalism Network.

Michael Peel

Executive Editor, Nikkei Asia

Michael Peel has since 2021 been Executive Editor of Nikkei Asia, the world’s premier English-language Asia-focused publication, published by Nikkei Inc. Peel assists with the journalism, development and growth of Nikkei Asia, where he is on secondment from the Financial Times. Peel joined the Financial Times in 1997 and has been a correspondent in West Africa, based in Nigeria (2002-2005); the Middle East, based in Abu Dhabi (2011-2013); South-East Asia, based in Bangkok (2013-2017); and Europe, based in Brussels (2017-2021). Peel’s book “A Swamp Full of Dollars” was shortlisted in 2009 for The Guardian’s first book award. In 2019, he published “The Fabulists”, an account of the international rise of demagogues and the struggle against them. Peel graduated in chemistry from the University of Oxford in 1996.

Tomoyo Ogawa

Staff Writer, International News Center, Nikkei Inc.

Tomoyo Ogawa specializes in covering economic and political news from multiple European countries. She joined Nikkei Inc. after graduating from Waseda University, and she has worked for the company in the City News Department, the Business News Department, and the International News Department. From October 2017 to March 2021, she served as a staff correspondent for the Moscow Bureau. After returning to Japan, she will work with overseas correspondents from Tokyo to cover international news, including the situation in Ukraine.

Ryosuke Harada

Senior Executive Editor, Nikkei Inc.

Ryosuke Harada joined Nikkei Inc. in 1981. Early in his career, he was assigned to the City News Department and the Economic News Department in New York and Washington, D.C. He went on to work for Nikkei as a Financial News Editor, a Deputy Managing Editor, a Political News Editor, a Senior Executive Editor, and the Editor-in-Chief of Nikkei Business before he assumed his current position. In addition, he is a former Chairperson of the Japan National Press Club and currently provides commentary for TV Tokyo’s “World Business Satellite.”

Yoko Hirose

Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University

Yoko Hirose graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Faculty of Policy Management at Keio University before going on to gain a master’s degree from the Graduate Schools for Law and Politics at the University of Tokyo, where she also studied toward a doctoral degree. Following this, she earned a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University.
Professor Hirose specializes in international politics and regional studies, focusing in depth on the former Soviet Union as her particular area of expertise. From 2016 to the present, she has served on a number of government committees, including as an advisor to Japan's National Security Secretariat (NSS) from 2018 to 2020. She is the author of Crossroads of Caucasian International Relations (2008, Shueisha Shinsho), which won the 25th special prize for Asia-Pacific studies from the Asian Affairs Research Council of Japan, as well as numerous other books. Recently published works include Unrecognized States and the World without Hegemony (2014, NHK Books) and Hybrid Warfare: Russia's New National Strategy (Kodansha Shinsho, 2021).

Shotaro Tsuda

Professor of the Institute for Journalism, Media and Communication Studies at Keio University

Shotaro Tsuda received B.A. and a Ph. D. in political science from Keio University. He also received M. A. in media studies from University of Sussex. He served as the professor of media studies of the faculty of social sciences of Hosei University. His main works are Nationalism and Mass Media (2016) and Do Media Change Society? (2016). He received the Uchikawa Yoshimi Memorial Prize from the Japan Society for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication due to the former book in 2017.

Keiichi Murayama

Commentator, Nikkei Inc.

Keiichi Murayama formerly served as the U.S. Silicon Valley bureau chief of Nikkei Inc., and was a senior staff writer and an editorial writer of Nikkei. After earning his undergraduate degree at Tohoku University in 1992, he joined the Business News Department of Nikkei in Tokyo as a staff writer. He covered technology, medical, automotive, and financial news. After he joined the Program on US-Japan Relations of Harvard University, he went on to oversee the U.S. Silicon Valley Bureau for a few years. He's authored "Rise and Fall of the IT Empire - Steve Jobs Revolution” and “STARTUP - Real of Entrepreneurs”.

Nobuto Yamamoto

Professor, Department of Politics, Keio University

Nobuto Yamamoto (Ph.D. in Government, Cornell University) is Professor of Southeast Asian Studies and International Relations at the Department of Politics, Keio University. His primary areas of research include the political history of Indonesia, nationalism in Southeast Asia, the Chinese diaspora in Southeast Asia, and international relations in Southeast Asia. He is the author of Censorship in Colonial Indonesia, 1901-1942 (Brill, 2019), the editor of The COVID-19 Pandemic and Risks in East Asia (Routledge, in print), a co-editor of Public Service Media Across Borders and Boundaries (NORDICOM, 2016), and numerous journal articles and book chapters on Indonesia and Southeast Asia, as well as editor of many books on the Southeast Asian region and beyond.

Yutaka Oishi

Emeritus Professor (Keio University),
Distinguished Visiting Professor (Jumonji University),
Specially Appointed Professor (Tokai University)

Yutaka Oishi received a B.A. in political science and a Ph.D.in political science from Keio University. He served professor in Faculty of Political Science, Director of Research Institute for media and communication, Dean at Facuty of Law and Political Science, Vice President at Keio University. He also served President of Japan Society for studies in Journalism and Mass Communication. He was Visiting Professor at Westminster University and Visiting Researcher at University of Essex in UK. He published many books and articles about Journalism and Political Communication.

Akiko Kadoya

Announcer, TV Tokyo Corporation

Akiko Kadoya graduated from the Faculty of Letters at Keio University. She joined TV Tokyo corporation in 2017. Currently, she is in charge of "World Business Satellite" and other programs.

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