Towards Positive Historiography of Japan's Jewish Policies in Wartime Shanghai : Two Samples of Primary Sources Analysis
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(1) correspondence package covering contacts mostly between Shanhaibased Jewish refugees organizations and the American Jewish Distribution Committee (late Summer/Fall 1940)(2) Prof. Kenji Kanno’s (Tokyo University of Science) full text address at the October 2019 International Symposium to Mark the Inauguration of the International Advisory Board for Shanghai Jewish Refugee Museum which was held in Shanghai.
2. "Perspectives for an integral and multinational study on Jewish refugees in wartime Japan and Shanghai"This paper is based on the presentation scripts of Kenji Kanno's speech at the Inauguration of Shanghai Jewish Museum international Advisory Board & International Symposium “Jewish Refugees in Shanghai: Research and Historical Memory Sharing” (October 23, 2019 at Sheraton Hongkou Hotel, Shanghai) and my special lecture: “Invitation to ‘Marylka Project’, an international historical and artistic project on Jewish refugees in wartime Japan and Shanghai” (October 24, 2019 at Ohel Moshe Synagogue in Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum).
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- 21世紀アジア学研究 = Bulletin of Asian Studies
21世紀アジア学研究 = Bulletin of Asian Studies 18 61-80, 2020-03-16