This website is intended to disseminate information about activities and research results related to “The ‘Missing Link’ in Modern Indonesian History: Japanese Occupation Era Bridging Pre- and Post War Indonesia” (Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) No. 16H05679) , “The ‘Missing Link’ in Modern Indonesian History: Post-war society seen through Japanese military administration” (Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) No. 19H01321) and related projects.
Although this research group is Japan-based, we believe that it is important to improve communication with interested parties throughout the world. We hope this website will be a significant step forward in this respect.
Download PDF Date: October 27, 2019Time: 9:00-12:00Venue: International House of Tokyo, Seminar room 404 Agenda: Mayumi Yamamoto, “VD and Comfort Women in Java during the Japanese Occupation”Kaoru Kochi, “From Hollywood Flicks to Eradicating Malaria: Screening Films in Indonesia during the Japanese Occupation”Jim Collins, “Public Health education before and after the Japanese occupation: Malaria”William Bradley Horton, … Continue reading [2019-10-27] Symposium “Other Facets of Medical Studies on the Japanese Occupation in Indonesia”
On November 5, 2018, we held a symposium on “The Southward Movement of the Japanese from the Tōhoku Region Who Opened Up Modern Japan.” Miyagi University generously sponsored this symposium and has been very supportive of our research efforts. Ken’ichi Goto (Emeritus, Waseda University) An Overview of the Southward ‘Foreign Relations’ of the Tohoku People … Continue reading [2018-11-05] Symposium on Tohoku and the Southward Movement
The End of the Postwar Indonesian Regime: Knowledge Production and Indonesia’s Foreign Interactions in the 1950s-60s (February 17, 2018; at National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)) [Information (PDF)]