Political Economy Tokyo Seminar (PoETS) - 2023/24 Summer Semester Programme

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The Political Economy Tokyo Seminar (PoETS) is a monthly English-language research seminar hosted at the University of Tokyo. The seminar brings together historians from Japan and around the world to explore the economy in its relationships with broader social environments such as politics, businesses, science, media, gender, and everyday life. The seminar convenes online regularly on the first or second Tuesday of the month at 5 pm (Japan Standard Time).

We are pleased to announce our programme for the first semester of 2023/24.

11 April 2023 (Tuesday), 5:00 pm-6:30 pm (Japan Standard Time)
Shoji Nakamura (University of Tokyo)
‘Rethinking “Veteran Politics”: How Labor Unions and Racial Groups Shaped the G.I. Bill of Rights in the Postwar America’

2 May 2023 (Tuesday), 5:00 pm-6:30 pm (JST)
Aaron Ackerley (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
‘The Gold Standard, Sound Money, and Interwar British Daily Press’

13 June February 2023 (Tuesday), 5:00 pm-6:30 pm (JST)
Aidan Beatty (University of Pittsburgh)
‘The Idea of Private Property in British Political Culture’

11 July 2023 (Tuesday), 5:00 pm-6:30 pm (JST)
Yong Yen Nie (Kyoto University)

Please register your contact details here. You will receive a notice with a Zoom link a week before each session.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with us at poetsutokyo@gmail.com