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Tag Archives: Japan
Two new courses in Pacific History are on offer at the ANU in Second Semester 2013. The first, ‘Australia in Oceania in the 19th and 20th centuries‘ (PASI 2002/6002) asks the question ‘Is Australia another Pacific Island?’ It traverses the … Continue reading
The Pacific Institute has produced a Japanese language video in which Professor Tessa Morris-Suzuki and Dr Keiko Tamura reminisce about the late Hank Nelson, former Professor of Pacific History at the ANU. The video may be viewed on the ANU’s … Continue reading
Conference: The South Pacific Agenda for Survival and Growth: A Framework for Coordinated Participation of Asian Donors?
11-13 December 2012, Port Vila, Vanuatu. “The New Zealand Asia Institute of the University of Auckland has partnered with the Pacific Institute of Public Policy to host guest speakers and academics from the Pacific, New Zealand, China, Japan, Taiwan, Australia … Continue reading
Identifying new topics in Fijian studies, 2 Nov. 2012. Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo. All welcome (contact Dr Dominik Schieder – Schieder@em.uni-frankfurt.de).
Edited by Prof. Mayumi Kamada (ANU Alumna) with contributions by Dr Keiko Tamura and Emeritus Professor Hank Nelson. This is the first academic volume in Japanese to examine the Pacific War from both Japanese and Australian perspectives. In Japan, the … Continue reading
The Japanese Administration of Guam, 1941-1944 A Study of Occupation and Integration Policies, with Japanese Oral Histories by Dr Wakako Higuchi Forewords by Donald Denoon and Goto Shinhachirō For the whole of World War II, the U.S. Navy station Guam … Continue reading
Transoceania 2012: Currents of Memory, Identity, and Representation Between the Islands of Japan and Oceania The Inaugural Symposium of the Transoceania Project (Project35) will be held from 14-15 July 2012 at the University of Tokyo. The Transoceania Project is a … Continue reading