Using the Japan Disasters Digital Archive in the Classroom: Perspectives from Japan and the United States
Zhemeng Xie and Bingqing Liang (Tohoku University), "The importance of multiple information channels during emergency response"
Lucas Heiki Matsunaga and Muhammad Izzat Nugraha (Tohoku University), "Post-disaster business recovery through interregional and international support"
Shiori Osanai (Tohoku University), "Learning from Okawa Elementary: The normalcy bias and risk awareness"
Xinyu Zhang and Juntong Ha (Tohoku University), "Women’s agency in disaster risk reduction after 3.11"
Ziyi Lin (Harvard University), "Memorializing and Reflecting on the 3.11 in Popular Culture"
15 minutes discussion with the students
Keiichi Sato (Senshu University and Harvard University), "Comparative Information Studies using Japan Disasters Digital Archive"
JULIA GERSTER, Assistant Professor, International Research Institute of Disaster Science, Tohoku University
ANDREW GORDON, Lee and Juliet Folger Fund Professor of History and Project Director, Japan Disasters Digital Archive, Harvard University
Please find the registration here: https://harvard.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0ocOisqDgrE9fYNiAVNt6qQGk16dZncFQ2
Japan Disasters Digital Archive presentation by the International Research Institute of Disaster Science (IRIDeS), Tohoku University and the Japan Digital Research Center at the Reischauer Institute, Harvard University