Kishi Nobusuke and the Mobilization Empire: War and Conservatism 1918-1945
Uniting the World after Defeat: World Federalism in Early Post-war Japan
Child guidance centres in Japan: Social work, foster care, and the family-bond
Happy Americans, Unhappy Japanese, how about others? How Software engineers work and are rewarded in five countries
War, Work and Witnessing: Aesthetics and Ideology in Shindo Kaneto’s Cinema
The Haiku in Turkey and the Quest for a New Aesthetics
The Leverhulme Trust invites applications for its early-career fellowships. The 2017 round will open on 1st January 2017.
A seminar to consider and celebrate the publication of
‘The Daughter who sold her Mother” a memoir of family and survival in the Holocaust by Irena Powell.
There will be an introductory presentation by Dr. Katherine Lebow, Associate Professor of History Christ Church