Call for Applications for Overseas Research Assistants

Reconceptualizing the Cold War: On-the-ground Experiences in Asia (RCW) is a Singapore Ministry of Education-funded research project based in the Department of History at the National University of Singapore (NUS) and directed by A/P Masuda Hajimu. This project aims to build a digital database of oral interviews, for use by both researchers and students, that captures the emotions, enthusiasms, and fears of ordinary peoples who experienced the post-World War II decades in East, Southeast, and South Asia.

Against Transition: Meiji Tokyo and the Revolution of the Anthropocene. Lecture: Ian Miller Thursday, November 19

from H-Announce. The byline reflects the original authorship.




November 19, 2020


Illinois, United States

Subject Fields: 

Japanese History / Studies

The 54th International Research Symposium “Living Between the Empires Crossing the Border, Human Migration, and Identity”

This International Symposium is part of the group research project “Living on the Frontier of the Japanese Empire: Migration, Travel and Cultural Representation in the Japanese Empire and the East Asia.” It is convened for the purpose of sharing its achievements more widely.

Organizer: International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Nichibunken)

Date: November 13-15, 2020

Venue: Conference Room 1, International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Nichibunken), and via Zoom

Language: Japanese and English

Announcing the TransAsiaSTS network

The TransAsiaSTS network seeks to promote scholarly exchanges and collaborations in the field of Science & Technology Studies (or Science, Technology, and Society Studies; STS) across Asia, where both STS and Asia are broadly conceived. The network aspires to connect existing STS institutions, societies, and networks in South, East, and Southeast Asia, Australasia, and the Pacific, and draw in scholars and organizations working beyond already existing STS infrastructures as well.


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