Japan-Ghana Seascapes

Global History of Container Shipping

6 november 2019 conférence d‘Annette Skovsted Hansen (Université d’Aarhus) 11h-13h salle 7-37 54 boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris

This talk explores how seascapes meet at the port of Tema in Ghana in ways that entangle national histories as to tie them in a knot and obstruct the writing of history.

Annette Skovsted Hansen is Associate Professor of Japanese and Global History at Aarhus University, Denmark, since 2005. She recieved a BA in Japanese Studies at the University of Copenhagen, MA in History from Columbia University (1992), an ABD in International Education Development from Teachers College, Columbia University (1995) and a PhD from University of Copenhagen (2001). Before returning to academia, she worked at the United Nations Headquarters, 1991-1998. Her current research on focuses on Japan in the global networks engendered by Japanese.

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Aleksandra Kobiljski (2019, 14 octobre). Japan-Ghana Seascapes. Carnets du Centre Japon. Consulté le 20 avril 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/ma0h

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