Contributors / June 2017 (Issue 36: Writing Japan)


Nadine Willems
ImageNadine Willems lived and worked as a journalist in Japan for many years before returning to academia in 2008. She obtained her PhD in History from Oxford University in 2015 and now teaches Japanese history at the University of East Anglia in the UK. She specialises in the intellectual and cultural history of modern Japan, with a particular focus on early twentieth-century transnational revolutionary connections between Europe and Japan. Her research interests extend to the history of ethnography, proletarian literature and the development of the discipline of geography in a transnational perspective. [Translations]

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