The registration for the summer school 2019 will take place from 8.30am to 9.00am in the Upper Hall at Emmanuel College.
The programme of summer school is now available.
The call for applications for the Summer School 2019 is now open. CLICK HERE
This year we are welcoming 31 participants from a variety of countries. View the programme if you are interested in knowing what we are working on.
If you are a total beginner in reading hentaigana (cursive hiragana in multiple variants), check out our pilot online course. Joining is easy:
Join us for an exciting day in Cambridge that looks at palaeographic research across East and West. For more details
You can read about our Summer Programme in Number 9 of the academic journal Shomotsugaku 書物学 published by Benseisha. Click the link below to read the article: shomotsugaku-article
We are delighted to announce that the Fourth Graduate Summer School in Japanese Early-modern Palaeography will run from Monday 7 August to Saturday 19 August 2017 at the University of Cambridge, Emmanuel College (Cambridge, UK). We are now accepting applications. The deadline for submitting an application is 10 February 2017. Please read all the details … More Call for application Graduate Summer School 2017 OPEN
The Third Graduate Summer School in Japanese Early-modern Palaeography has started. This year we focus on archival materials that deal with education in early-modern Japan. We have the pleasure to welcome eighteen delegates coming from Japan, the United States, continental Europe and the UK.
Please click HERE to view our exciting programme 2016.