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Japanese Diaspora Public Lecture | Through a Transnational Lens: Embedding Japan in Global History
Transnational history (or global history) goes beyond comparative analysis to examine the connections among nations at a given time. Key developments in Japan—e.g., nation-building, war, authoritarianism, and even economic behavior—may be more fully explained not by cultural uniqueness, but by the Japanese emulation and adaptation of ideas and practices circulating around the globe. Sheldon Garon will discuss the benefits of the transnational method, drawing on his global histories of savings-promotion, social policies, and “home fronts” in the world wars.

Nov 3, 2022 05:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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