April 30, 2018/ 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

UCLA Charles E. Young Research Library Presentation Room, (YRL Rm 11348)

Bringing the Archives of Wartime and Occupied Japan to Life: Perspectives from the Public and Private Sectors

As part of its 70th anniversary celebration program UCLA Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library presents a panel discussion on Japanese archival materials. This panel brings together several different approaches to Japanese archival materials from the wartime and occupation periods (ca. 1940-1952). The panel was originally held at the 2018 Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference.

Open to Public | Limited Seating and Registration Required | Refreshments Provided


Censored Interpretations: Reading the Prange Collection Censor by Censor
by Eric Siercks, PhD Student, Dept. of Asian Languages & Cultures, UCLA

How Can the Private Sector Promote Social Contribution Using Historical Materials at the National Archives? One Example from a Research Project: War Dead on Iwo Jima 
by Yoko Nagasaka Myers, Director, Nichimy Corporation 

Incorporating Japan into World History Curriculum
by Kristine Dennehy, Chair, Dept. of History, California State University, Fullerton 

A Critical Engagement in the Pacific War History from the Southern Hemisphere
by Yasuko Hassall Kobayashi, Professor, Global Japanese Studies, Osaka University, Japan & Honorary Senior Lecturer, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University 

Sponsored by UCLA Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies and UCLA Library

Maps, Directions, and Parking
Any questions? Contact Tomoko Bialock, Japanese Studies Librarian

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