Research seminar 'Feelings for Japan' at the University of Manchester, Wed 28 April

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April 28, 2021
United Kingdom
Subject Fields: 
Asian History / Studies, Chinese History / Studies, Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies, East Asian History / Studies, Japanese History / Studies
Apologies for cross-posting. All are welcome to an online research seminar at the University of Manchester with the title 'Feelings for Japan: exploring Taiwanese sentiments toward Japanese colonialism'. The two speakers will give 15-minute presentations based on their recently published research, followed by Q&A/discussion. Those wishing to participate must email to register and receive the Zoom information. We will not be making a recording of the talks available.
Date and time: Wednesday 28 April, 16.15 to 17.30 UK time (British Summer Time).
Professor Sayaka Chatani, National University of Singapore
Professor Chatani's book, Nation-Empire: Ideology and Rural Youth Mobilization in Japan and Its Colonies, was published by Cornell University Press in December 2018. (A flyer which may enable prospective buyers to obtain a discount can be found on Dr Chatani's website above.)
Professor Leo T. S. Ching, Duke University
Professor Ching's book, Anti-Japan: The Politics of Sentiment in Postcolonial East Asia, was published by Duke University Press in 2019. (An open access copy can be downloaded using the title link.)
Contact Info: 
Peter Cave
Senior Lecturer in Japanese Studies
University of Manchester