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Public Lecture by Dr. Eiichiro Azuma: Empire Studies Workshop

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

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The Empire Studies Workshop attracted many researchers, students, and librarians

Hamilton Library Room 401, August 22, 2019

Empire studies workshop

Hamilton Library Room 401 was full

Hamilton Library Room 401, August 22, 2019

Empire studies workshop

Akito Sakasai, Senior Assistant Professor, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, “The Image of Illegality: The Political Identity and the Legal Status of Zainichi Koreans in Immediate Postwar Japan”

Hamilton Library Room 401, August 22, 2019

Empire studies workshop

Hidekazu Imai, Lecturer, Daitō Bunka University,「近代日本の科学と怪異」[Science and the Supernatural in Modern Japan]

Hamilton Library Room 401, August 22, 2019

Empire studies workshop

Takeshi Kagoshima, Associate Professor, Tokyo University of Technology, “The Perspective of Oda Makoto’s Breaking Jewel: Its Impact on Understanding Suicidal Charges of Japanese Soldiers

Hamilton Library Room 401, August 22, 2019

Empire studies workshop

Hiroshi Ise, Lecturer, Meiji University and Keisei University,「日本の軍国主義化と軍縮‐陸軍の軍縮と社会」 [Militarization and Disarmament in Japan: Army Disarmament and Society in the 1920s]

Hamilton Library Room 401, August 22, 2019

Empire studies workshop

Hisamoto Ōta, Lecturer, Tōkai University,「日本の軍国主義化と軍縮‐国際軍縮とその影響」 [Militarization and Disarmament in Japan: International Disarmament and Its Impact in the Interwar Period]

Hamilton Library Room 401, August 22, 2019

Empire studies workshop

Many participants listening to the talks

Hamilton Library Room 401, August 22, 2019

Empire Studies workshop

Takeshi Kagoshima, Associate Professor, Tokyo University of Technology, “The Perspective of Oda Makoto’s Breaking Jewel: Its Impact on Understanding Suicidal Charges of Japanese Soldiers

Hamilton Library Room 401, August 22, 2019

Empire studies workshop