The Israeli-US Gaza Rampage and Its Aftermath: Lessons for Japan by Herbert P. Bix
Lecture Series 16 - Speaker: Herbert P. Bix
|Speaker(s)||Herbert P. Bix|
from 15:00 to 17:30
|Where||Multimedia Lecture Room, Room 3405, 4th floor, Mercury Tower, East Campus, Hitotsubashi University, Kunitachi, Tokyo|
Center for the Study of Peace and Reconciliation
|Contact Name||Prof. Satoshi Nakano (Hitotusbashi University)|
|Attendees||RSVP by Email to Satoshi Nakano (see above)|
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We are pleased to announce our former colleague and the Pulitzer Prize Winner, Prof. Herbert P. Bix of SUNY Binghamton University, will give talk on the recent Israeli-US strikes on Gaza and the lessons for Japan at CsPR lecture series on Thursday, March 26.
Thursday, March 26 15:00pm-17:30pm
Speaker: Herbert P. Bix (SUNY Binghamton University)
Title: The Israeli-US Gaza Rampage and Its Aftermath: Lessons for Japan
Room 3405 (4th Floor) at the Mercury Tower, Hitotsubashi University East Campus
For help locating the Mercury Tower you can view a map of Hitotsubashi University Campus at:
Mercury Tower is the building No.33 on the above map.
Prof. Herbert P. Bix, our former colleague of Hitotsubashi University, earned his Ph.D. in history and Far Eastern languages from Harvard University. For the past forty years he has written extensively on modern and contemporary Japanese history in leading journals in the United States and Japan. His major works include _Peasant Protest in Japan, 1590-1884_, Yale University Press, 1992; the Pulitzer Prize winning _Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan_, Harper Collins Publishers, 2000. He is currently ca professor at SUNY Binghamton University and is onducting research on development (and decay) of the international rules of war and war crimes by Japan and the United States.