New: Hannah Arendt Research Society of Japan


The Hannah Arendt Research Society of Japan was established for promoting research and active discussions on Arendt’s thought across disciplinary boundaries with diverse viewpoints.  As Arendt insists on the importance of keeping unoccupied chairs for newcomers around the table during discussions, the Society invites anyone who is interested in Arendt to join in our discussions.  We aim to deepen our understanding of Arendt’s thought, and to nurture the ability to think about modern society through multidimensional dialogues among researchers and laypeople.  We welcome anyone who supports our mission to join our society and discussions.  

An annual meeting is held early September every year.  We usually announce to call for paper in April with the deadline in the end of May, and decision is made by June. More