Louise Young, Professor of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison, talks on 20th century Japan.
Other lectures in this series:
Oct 5: First Emperor, Last King: The Creation of the Chinese Empire
Oct 12: Photography and the Uprising in India, 1857
Oct 19: The Mongol Empire between Ecology and History: Environmental Questions about the Rise of Chinggis Khan
Oct 26: Amid Three Empires: the Philippines Under Spain, the United States, and Japan, 1565-1946
Nov 2: TBA
Nov 9: China on the Global Stage: Arts of the Qing Empire
Nov 16: Retreat from Empire: Japan's Changing Choices in the Age of Encounter
Nov 23: History and Empire: A Comparative Look at Ottoman, Safavid Persian and Mughal Illustrated Manuscripts
Dec 7: Rethinking Japanese Empire of the 20th Century
SAM member series: $45
Nonmember series: $88
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A free, on-site simulcast is available each week.