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Cultural and intellectual history of Japan
Histories of human experiences can be measured and narrated in various ways. We often forget that what is presented to us as reality is one of many possibilities, and I am interested in exploring processes, structures, and systems that enable production of knowledge and interpretation of culture to understand the ways our reality is produced. My research seeks to identify the past in the present and the implications of such discoveries as a means for political and social critique.
2000-2008 Ph.D. program in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. (Thesis: The Cartography of Epistemology: The Production of ‘National’ Space in Late 19th Century Japan)
2017- Research Fellow in the Oriental Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
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