[Webinaire] Mobility and Empire in Japanese History
Online event organized by the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University, September 9, 2021, 12:00 – 2:00 PM (EST United States and Canada).
David Ambaras, North Carolina State University
Martin Dusinberre, University of Zurich
Takahiro Yamamoto, University of Heidelberg
Youjia Li, Harvard University
Moderated by: Paul Kreitman, Columbia University
This panel will gather four scholars engaged in ongoing research on the history of mobility (and immobility) within and beyond the borders of Imperial Japan. Takahiro Yamamoto (University of Heidelberg) will present on “Identification documents and human mobility in the Japanese empire,”exploring how foreign diplomatic pressure and the need to surveil the mobility of colonial populations influenced the Japanese government’s border control policy. Martin Dusinberre (University of Zurich) will present a paper titled “The Archiving of Japanese Mobility in late-nineteenth century Queensland”, analysing the history of Japanese migration to Australia under British colonial rule. Youjia Li (Harvard University) will focus on the role of human locomotive power in Japan’s formal empire in her paper “The Unexpected Network: Push-car Railways and the Change of Local Mobility in Colonial Taiwan” . David Ambaras (North Carolina State University) will serve as discussant.
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