“Rethinking Methodology in Global Diplomacy” Lecture by Prof. SHIMAZU Naoko
|Date(s)||Tuesday, 7 June 2022, 4:00-5:30 pm (Doors open: 3:30pm)|
Koshiba Hall, Hongo Campus, The University of Tokyo
|Language||English (Japanese simultaneous translation available)|
Why do we need to rethink about the way we study and make sense of global diplomacy? In this lecture, I explore how cultural approaches can illuminate important aspects of diplomacy which have not been adequately considered in much of the existing scholarly literature.
Lecture：SHIMAZU Naoko (Professor of Humanities, Yale-NUS College and Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
Comment：SAHASHI Ryo (Associate Professor, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia)
Naoko Shimazu is Professor of Humanities at Yale-NUS College, and Professor at the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore. She is working on the cultural history of global diplomacy, including a monograph on the Bandung Conference of 1955 and is Editor (with Christian Goeschel) of the Oxford Handbook of the Cultural History of Global Diplomacy, c.1750-2000 (forthcoming 2024). Her major publications include The Russian Revolution in Asia (co-editor, 2022), Imagining Japan in Postwar East Asia (co-editor, 2013), Japanese Society at War: Death, Memory and the Russo-Japanese War (2009), Nationalisms in Japan (editor, 2006), Japan, Race and Equality: Racial Equality Proposal of 1919 (1998).
|Organized by||Tokyo College, The University of Tokyo|
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