The Meiji at 150 Podcast
by Tristan Grunow
August 14, 2019 9:13 pm
In the Meiji at 150 Podcast, host Tristan Grunow interviews specialists of Japanese history, literature, art, and culture. Follow us to hear about the recent research of prominent scholars of Japan along with their pedagogical approaches to one of Japan’s most transformative periods. For more, visit: https://Meijiat150.arts.ubc.ca.
In this concluding episode of the Meiji at 150 Podcast series, Dr. Grunow joins Dr. Hitomi Yoshio (Waseda) to revisit the background and production of the series, to review the state of the field of Japanese studies around the world in 2019 as seen through the podcast, and to rethink the importance of the Restoration today, before discussing the pedagogical and scholarly benefits of podcasting. This episode was recorded live at Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan and made possible by the Top Global University Project.
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