Japan's Russia: Challenging the East-West Paradigm

by Olga V. Solovieva and Sho Konishi

About Olga V. Solovieva

Olga V. Solovieva is Assistant Professor in Comparative Literature at the University of Chicago.

About Sho Konishi

Sho Konishi is Associate Professor in Modern Japanese History at the University of Oxford.

About the Contributors

Ariel Acosta is Lecturer at the Global Studies in Japanese Cultures Program at Waseda University.

Elma Hoffman studies Art History and Religious Studies at the University of Chicago.

Chelsea Hudson is a PhD Candidate in History at Georgetown University.

Andrew Leong is Assistant Professor of English at the University of California, Berkeley.

Charles Lock is Professor of English Literature at the University of Copenhagen.

Dominic Martin is Postdoctoral Research Associate and Lecturer in Russian Studies and Anthropology at the Macmillan Center for International and Area Studies, Yale University.

Igaue Naho is Professor of Russian Studies and Cultural Anthropology in the Faculty of Policy Studies at Chuo University, Tokyo.

Takashi Nishiyama is Associate Professor of History at the State University of New York, Brockport.

Haun Saussy is University Professor in Comparative Literature, East Asian Languages and Civilizations and Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago.

Erin Schoneveld is Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures and Director of the Visual Studies Program at Haverford College.

Lu Tian is an Independent Scholar holding a Master’s Degree in Modern Japanese History from the University of Oxford.

Larisa Usmanova is Associate Professor in the Centre for Oriental Philosophy at the Russian State University for Humanities in Moscow and Senior Researcher at the Mardjani Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences in the Republic of Tatarstan.

Nadine Willems is Lecturer in Modern Japanese History at the University of East Anglia.


 

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