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JAPANESE DIPLOMACY IN THE MEIJI ERA:DECISION-MAKING, HISTORICAL MEMORY AND RACE, Fall 2006

[Instructor]
Akira Iikura

[Course Guide]

Sub Title:

Decision-making, historical memory and race

Course Description:

This course aims to examine Japanese diplomacy in the Meiji era from diverse angles and provide students with some new perspectives on the historical events in the period such as the triple intervention, the Anglo-Japanese alliance, and the Russo-Japanese War. Students will gain an understanding of Japanese diplomacy in the Meiji era and learn how to analyze historical events through decision-making theories, historical memory, and the concept of race.

Classes: 13
One 90-minute class per week

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