“Sino-Japanese Relations, 600-2019: Learning and Changing Places”
Friday, October 11, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 PM
Room B16
Elliott School of International Affairs
1957 E Street NW
Washington, DC, 20052

Event Description:
Professor Ezra F. Vogel will discuss his new book, China and Japan: Facing History, recently published by Harvard University Press. He will examine the following historical phases in relations between China and Japan:

· Japan Learning from China (600-838)

· Changing Places #1 (1895 when Japan defeats China)

· China Learning from Japan (1895-1937)

· China Learning from Japan (1978-1992)

· Changing Places #2 (2008-2012 when China passes Japan)

This panoramic perspective will help us better understand the context and challenges of contemporary Sino-Japanese relations.

Ezra F. Vogel
Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences Emeritus, Harvard University

Mike Mochizuki
Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, George Washington University

Daqing Yang
Associate Professor of History and International Affairs, George Washington University

This event is free and open to the public and media. This event is to support the launch of Ezra F. Vogel's book entitled China and Japan: Facing History.

The Elliott School can coordinate with the university to reasonably accommodate most disabilities. If you need specific accommodations, please contact Emir Bailey at 202-994-0790. Requests should be made as soon as possible, but at least three days prior to the program to ensure accommodation.

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Emir Bailey
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