Post-conflict reconciliation processes often get entangled because of “victimhood nationalism,” says Prof. Lim Jie-Hyun, a Korean expert on contemporary European history. “Victimhood nationalism,” which explains the competition of national memories over the historical position of victims, however, can also be a key to understanding the memory conflict in East Asia. Referring to European countries such as Germany and Poland, Prof.
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Dear H-Japan members,
The Society for the History of Japanese Economic Thought (SHJET) holds the 29th Annual Conference at Nagaoka University on 16 and 17 June 2018.
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16 June, Saturday