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Public Lecture by Dr. Eiichiro Azuma: Announcement

Public Lecture by Dr. Eiichiro Azuma on August 20, 2019, in Hamilton Library Room 301.

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Mahalo! Over 80 participants enjoyed the lecture.

Narrating transpacific imperial history: Japanese migration, settler colonialism, and the Greater Pacific as Japan's imperial space

Eiichiro Azuma, Ph.D., Alan Charles Kors Term Chair, Associate Professor of History, University of Pennsylvania

August 20, 2019, 3:00-5:00 pm at the UHM Hamilton Library Room 301 
Free and Open to the public (limited to 80 seats)    

See also the Empire Studies Initiative Inaugural Conference Brochure for other public events


Time Table

3:00-3:10.....Welcome remarks by Monica Ghosh, UHM Interim University Librarian
                                                       Lonny Carlile, Center for Japanese Studies Director
                                                       Shana Brown, History Department Chair

3:10-3:15…. Logistics by Japan Studies Librarian
3:15-3:25…..Introduction of the speaker by Yuma Totani, Professor, UHM History Department
3:25-4:30…..Lecture by Eiichiro Azuma, Associate Professor, University of Pennsylvania
4:30-4:55…..Q&A, Discussion led by Yuma
4:55..............Closing by Totani