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The Center for Japanese Studies (CJS), founded in 1958, supports the teaching and research mission of the university in all areas of Japanese studies by serving faculty and graduate students, providing grants and fellowships, and organizing conferences and colloquia.  

CJS boasts 16 core faculty members, 11 affiliated faculty members, and 10 lecturers, with strength in the humanities (Japanese language and literature, media and film studies, history, art history, music, and Buddhist studies), the social sciences (political science, sociology, anthropology and archaeology), and the professional schools (architecture, business, and education).

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