Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Japan's High Growth Era
Sponsor(s): Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI) and History
Nick Kapur (Assistant Professor of History, Rutgers University) is a historian of modern Japan and East Asia, with an emphasis on transnational and comparative perspectives. His research examines the intersections between political economy, culture, and international relations. He also has research interests in environmental history, gender history, and literature and film. An expert on postwar Japan, Professor Kapur also has expertise on wartime Japan and its empire leading up to, during, and after World War II.
Type: ASIA FOCUS, ETHICS, CIVIC ENGAGEMENT/SOCIAL ACTION, POLITICS, SOCIAL SCIENCES, and LECTURE/TALK
Contact: Asian/Pacific Studies Institute