April 21 New Directions in Japanese History. Jamyung Choi, INTERACT Postdoctoral Scholar, Weatherhead East Asian Institute; Miriam Kingsberg, Charles A. Ryskamp Fellow (ACLS), Columbia University; Assistant Professor of Modern Japanese History, University of Colorado at Boulder; discussants: Kim Brandt, Columbia University, and Małgorzata Mazurek, Columbia University. Cosponsored by the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures.
December 9 A Stroll, A Kidnap, A Revolution: The Perils of Asian Transnationalism. Steffen Rimner, INTERACT Postdoctoral Scholar, Columbia University.
March 24 Field and Archive: An Historical-Anthropological Dialogue on Research, Ethics, and Knowledge. Manan Ahmed, Columbia University; Myron L. Cohen, Columbia University; Alex Novikoff, Fordham University; Ying Qian, Columbia University; Rune Steenberg Reyhe, INTERACT Postdoctoral Scholar, Harriman Institute. Co-sponsored by the Harriman Institute.
May 10 Teaching Asia in a Global Age: The Challenges Ahead. Charles K. Armstrong, Columbia University; Robert J. Barnett, Columbia University; Nick Kapur, Rutgers University-Camden; Masato Hasegawa, New York University; Shirley Ye, University of Birmingham. Moderated by Steffen Rimner, INTERACT Postdoctoral Scholar, Columbia University.
November 3 The Last Battle of the Sino-Japanese War? The February 28 Incident in Taiwan, 1947. Victor Louzon, INTERACT Postdoctoral Scholar, Columbia University. Moderated by Eugenia Lean, Associate Professor of Chinese History, Columbia University.
May 13 After Total War: Mobilization and its Aftermath in the Japanese Wartime Empire. Victor Louzon, INTERACT Postdoctoral Scholar, Columbia University; Sayaka Chatani, Postdoctoral Fellow, National University of Singapore; Clay Eaton, PhD Candidate in Japanese History, Columbia University; Ethan Mark, University Lecturer in Japanese History, Leiden University; Sarah Kovner, Senior Research Scholar in the Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies, Columbia University; Seiji Shirane, Assistant Professor of History, City College of New York, CUNY
April 13 Fascism in East Asia: New Approaches in Research and Teaching. Maggie Clinton, Middlebury College; Reto Hofmann, Waseda University; James Homsey, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Janis Mimura, Stony Brook University; Louise Young, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Discussant: Victor Louzon, INTERACT Postdoctoral Scholar, Columbia University.