Portland St. Center of Japanese Studies is hosting a lecture from Columbia's Dr. Carol Gluck. The event is at 329 Smith Memorial Union on campus. More information is at Portland St's website -> GLUCK_LINK.
As 2020 Marks the 75th Anniversary of WWII, come to Portland St. for a talk by Dr. Carol Gluck of Columbia for her lecture titled "POSTWAR JAPAN: A PRE-POSTMORTUM."
Description of the lecture:
This year Japan is commemorating “75 years of the postwar.” How is it that Japanese still believe that they are living in the postwar, three quarters of a century after the end of World War II? What are the multiple meanings of “postwar,” how have they changed, and when will Japan’s “long postwar” finally, if ever, come to an end?
Profile of Dr. Carol Gluck:
Carol Gluck is widely considered one of the foremost historians in the world. She specializes in modern Japan, from the
late nineteenth century to the present; international relations; World War II, and history-writing and public memory in Asia and the West. She received her B.A. from Wellesley (1962) and her Ph.D. from Columbia (1977). She is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society; former President of the Association for Asian Studies; currently co-chair of the Trustees Emeriti of Asia Society and member of the Board of Directors of Japan Society. She is a founding member and now chair of Columbia’s Committee on Global Thought.