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Teaching the COVID-19 Archive

Educators from various backgrounds will gather to discuss the advantages, challenges, and methods of using Journal of the Plague Year: A COVID-19 Archive (JOTPY) in the classroom. Historian of education, Victoria Cain and Boston Public School teacher Claire Tratnyek have developed instructional materials and tutorials for educators wishing to use JOTPY to enrich their students' learning experiences. Digital and Public History scholar Jim McGrath from Northeastern University will also be joining.

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Japan Forum Podcast 9 with Francesca Di Marco, Director of "Who Won the War"

Japan Forum spoke to cultural historian and documentary film-maker Dr Francesca Di Marco on her latest film, Who Won the War. The documentary focuses on Takashi, an eldest son and sole surviving member of his family after the Hiroshima atomic bombing.

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