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My previous announcement on H-NET, which was kindly reposted by David Wittner had an incorrect link to the conference website. I will repost this ad with a correct link.
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After an extended summer and winter hiatus, the DIJ History and Humanities Study Group is back and welcomes you cordially to join the next session on Thursday, 26 February 2015, 18.30 h Kaoru Iokibe (University of Tokyo) How Meiji Japan Governed Foreigners: Determining Failure and Success of Treaty Revision To revise the so-called unequal treaties, which Japan signed with the Western powers from the 1850s onwards, was the most important and difficult task of Meiji diplomacy. It also called for various reforms which, to a large extent, shaped the fundamental
Early Modern Japan Network Annual Meeting
March 26, 2015, 12:30 p.m. (Finalized)
(Room to be Announced)
Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers
Panel I: China Viewed Through Tokugawa Eyes