Please join us for the next Modern Japan History Workshop on June 14th at 6:00 pm. Our presenter this month will be Andrew Kamei-Dyche (Saitama University), who will give a presentation titled, "Traversing the Social Landscape of Intellectual Life: Intellectual Networks in Early Twentieth-Century Japan." Please see below for an abstract of his presentation.
For more information about the MJHW, please see our newly redesigned website, which also includes an archive of the last 20 years of presentations.
Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe in Cooperation with the Aleksanteri Institute
and the University of Glasgow
Time: 3-4 June 2019
Venue: Gisonenweg 5-7, Marburg
Initiators/Organizers: Eszter Gantner, Olga Dovbysh
MONDAY, 3 JUNE 2019
1:00 pm WELCOME by Eszter Gantner/Olga Dovbysh
1:15–1:45 pm IMPULSE LECTURE by Peter Haslinger
Do We Need New Digital Knowledge Architecture for Dealing with Historical and
1:45–2:00 pm Discussion
Scientific Polyphony: How Scientific Narratives Configure Many ‘Voices’.
Workshop organised by Dr Kim M. Hajek and Prof. Mary S. Morgan
3 June 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science
Workshop Announcement (4 travel bursaries for PhD students available)
Does Time Always Pass? Temporalities in Scientific Narratives
May 30-31 2019 LSE/Royal Institution, London
Workshop organised as a collaboration between the Narrative Science Project and The Royal Institution. Please see the bottom of this email for information concerning the 4 PhD travel bursaries we are making available for this event.
Please join us for the next Modern Japan History Workshop on May 10th at 6:00 pm. Our presenter this month will be Nicole Gaglia (Duke University), who will give a presentation titled, "Spectacular Health: Japan at the 1911 International Hygiene Exhibition." Please see below for an abstract of her presentation.
The MJHW is a monthly event that aims to provide Tokyo-based historians of modern Japan an opportunity to discuss their research in an informal, English-language setting.
Komaba Campus, University of Tokyo
The CHORD (Centre for the History of Retailing and Distribution) workshop on: 'Retailing and Community: The Social Dimensions of Commerce in Historical Perspective' will take place at the University of Wolverhampton, UK on May 9, 2019.