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From 2013-2015 Dr. Nancy Snow was a Social Science Research Council Abe Fellow and Visiting Professor affiliated with Keio University’s Institute for Journalism, Media and Communication Studies. Dr. Snow published a book about Japan’s image, reputation and public diplomacy efforts, Japan’s Information War, available at worldwide. It is being translated into Japanese for publication in 2019.

A selection of Snow’s nation brand Japan opinion/feature writings and interviews is here:

Brand 2020 YouTube series featuring Dr. Nancy Snow

Brand Japan Talks by Nancy Snow

  • #Brand2020 Understanding Japan: 2020 and Beyond (with Benjamin Boas)
  • #Brand2020 Nancy Snow on Cool Japan
  • “Brand2020: A Dialogue about Japan’s Public Diplomacy,” Langley Esquire, Timothy Langley, host
  • “Strengthening Tokyo as a Global Brand,” ACCJ panel organized by Weber Shandwick
  • “Branding Japan,” TOMODACHI-Mitsui & Co. Leadership Program
  • Branding Japan in the World: Winning (and Losing) Hearts and Minds,” Ministry of Finance, PIPD
  • “Branding Japan: Politics, Economy, Culture” Otaru University of Commerce, Hokkaido
  • “Promoting Japan’s Reputation and Global Image” (Forum for Corporate Communications Tokyo)
  • “Nation Brand Japan: Challenges and Opportunities in 2015″ (Sophia University)
  • “The Political Economy of Nation Brand Japan” Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO)
  • Panelist, “Promoting Japan in the World.”  G1 Global 2014 Other panelists are Richard Collasse, President and Representative Director, Chanel of Japan; Seiichi Kondo, former Commissioner, Agency for Cultural Affairs; Moderated by Tak Umezawa, Global Partner, A.T. Kearney and Facilitator, METI’s Cool Japan Advisory Council.  (Globis University, Tokyo, Japan)
  •  “Nation Brand Japan: Fifty Shades of Bimyo.” Pink Cow Connections, The Pink Cow, Roppongi, Japan
  • “Public Diplomacy and Japan’s Image in the World,” Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Japan.
  • “Public Diplomacy and Japan’s Image in the World,” Kanda University of International Studies, Chiba, Japan.
  • “Media and Propaganda,” Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “Japan’s Super Nation Brand: An American Perspective,” Nagoya University.  Hosted by Toshiya Nakamura, Chair of the Media Professional Studies, Graduate School of Languages and Cultures.
  • International Symposium, “America in Global Asia.” Center for Global Discovery, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan.  Afternoon talk, “U.S. Public Diplomacy from Bush to Obama: Implications for the Asian Pacific Region.”