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In collaboration with the Carolina Asia Center

JANUARY 28, 2017

Historians Morgan Pitelka and David Ambaras consider Japan’s complex relations with China, Korea, and others in the Asia-Pacific in the sixteenth century and twentieth centuries.  In particular, they will discuss wars and trade and the changing social relations that shaped these conflicts.  The seminar will conclude with a panel discussion with both of our scholars reflecting on ways that Japan has changed over this time period, and how the legacy of those evolutions is visible in Japan today. Please note: This seminar will take place at the UNC School of Government

Topics and Speakers
Inside Out: Japan’s Premodern Foreign Relations and Status System
Morgan Pitelka, Professor of Asian Studies 

Outside In: The Global and the Regional in the Making of Modern Japanese Society
David Ambaras, Associate Professor of History, NCSU

Future of Japan
A panel discussion with our speakers

9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, January 28, 2017. The tuition is $65 or register for all 4 Dialogue seminars for $200.00.  A meal will not be offered with this seminar.

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Co-Sponsored by the General Alumni Association.

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Register for this seminar.