We are proud to present the first in a new series of videos on Japanese Studies at Cambridge, all produced by our undergraduates. Take a look!
The last volume from Barak Kushner’s 6-year ERC grant on the dissolution of the Japanese Empire has now been published. Barak Kushner and Andrew Levidis, eds., In the Ruins of the Japanese Empire Imperial Violence, State Destruction, and the Reordering of Modern East Asia, Hong Kong: HKU Press, 2020.
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The Cambridge Kahō Postdoctoral Research Associate (Fixed Term) in Japanese Studies The Department of East Asian Studies, within the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Cambridge, is seeking to appoint to a 3-year, fixed-term postdoctoral research associate post in Japanese Studies. The post will start in September 2020 and last until August … More University of Cambridge Kahō Postdoctoral Research Associate (Fixed Term) in Japanese Studies
For the sixth successive year Dr Laura Moretti hosted the popular and successful Graduate Summer School in Japanese Early-modern Palaeography at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. The Summer School, which took place from 5th – 17th August, saw over 30 participants from all around the world congregate in Cambridge to expand their knowledge in reading early-modern archival … More Dr Laura Moretti hosts sixth annual Graduate Summer School in Japanese Early-modern Palaeography
MPhil The Iain Drayton Studentship for Japanese Studies (tenable only at Trinity Hall College) This studentship is to support a student undertaking the MPhil in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (Japanese Studies). The studentship is open to Home, EU and overseas applicants and will offer full or partial funding depending on the fee status of … More Graduate funding now available for Japanese Studies PhD and MPhil at University of Cambridge
A new forthcoming co-edited volume from Barak Kushner and Sherzod Muminov (University of East Anglia) will be out soon from Bloomsbury Publishers.The new volume, Overcoming Empire in Post-Imperial East Asia: Repatriation, Redress and Rebuilding, brings together an international team of scholars who explore the post-imperial history of the region. From international aid to postwar cinema to chemical … More New co-edited volume from Prof Barak Kushner and Dr Sherzod Muminov: Overcoming Empire in Post-Imperial East Asia
On Wednesday 4th September Professor Mickey Adolphson had the pleasure of welcoming 8 members of the Japanese 参議院 (House of Councillors) to the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. The delegation, visiting the UK to further ties with the UK government, met with several MPs and Lords before departing London for a visit to Cambridge. … More Members of Japanese House of Councillors visit FAMES
Prof Barak Kushner and Dr Kuan-Jen Chen managed an international workshop with Dr Chang Chihyun (Shanghai Jiaotong University) in Shanghai from 30 July to 1 August. The workshop was based on Prof Kushner’s Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation project: Charting the Geography of Power: Visualizing the Shifting Landscape from Imperial to Postwar East Asia through War Crimes Trials. … More Prof Barak Kushner and Postdoctoral Research Associate Dr Kuan-Jen Chen hold international workshop at Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
To download the full report please go to the Chatham House website here: https://www.chathamhouse.org/publication/uk-and-japan-forging-global-and-proactive-partnership As Japan and the United Kingdom face serious challenges at home and in their respective regions, a new report from Chatham House makes the case that a stronger relationship could advance each country’s national interests as well as wider global concerns. … More New Chatham House Report on UK – Japan Relations Published, Edited by Dr John Nilsson-Wright