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.

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.

New Publication: Dangerous Memory in Nagasaki: Prayers, Protests and Catholic Survivor Narratives

I'm pleased to announce Dangerous Memory in Nagasaki has been released in Mark Selden's 'Asia's Transformations' Series and is available in e-book and hardbook format. https://www.routledge.com/Dangerous-Memory-in-Nagasaki-Prayers-Protests-and-Catholic-Survivor-Narratives/McClelland/p/book/9780367217754 

Book Announcement: Dangerous Memory in Nagasaki: Prayers, Protests and Catholic Survivor Narratives

Apologies for any cross-posting:

I am pleased to announce the upcoming publication of my new monograph. I hope you may enjoy reading it. I would be appreciative if you could consider recommending the book for your librarian to purchase - due for release in early September. The web-link is below the information. 

Dangerous Memory in Nagasaki: Prayers, Protests and Catholic Survivor Narratives

By Gwyn McClelland, 1st Edition

Series: Asia's Transformations #55

Series Editor: Mark Selden; London: Routledge.

 

Book Announcement: Dangerous Memory in Nagasaki: Prayers, Protests and Catholic Survivor Narratives

Dear Colleagues,

Apologies for any cross-posting:

I am pleased to announce the upcoming publication of my new monograph. I hope you may enjoy reading it. I would be appreciative if you could consider recommending the book for your librarian to purchase - due for release in early September. The web-link is below the information. 

Dangerous Memory in Nagasaki: Prayers, Protests and Catholic Survivor Narratives

By Gwyn McClelland, 1st Edition

New Article of Interest in the Pacific Historical Review

The Pacific Historical Review recently published the following article that may interest H-SCI-MED-TECH list subscribers:

 

- “Surviving the Bomb in America: Silent Memories and the Rise of Cross-national Identity,” by Naoko Wake

 

This article can be accessed via the following link: http://phr.ucpress.edu/content/86/3

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