Uneven Moments: Reflections on Japan’s Modern History (2019)
“A leading voice in Japanese intellectual history, it is no exaggeration to say that Harry Harootunian’s work has shaped the field for the past forty years. These essays collectively provide an extended reflection on the intellectual and philosophical concerns that run through Harootunian’s oeuvre, including the relationship between culture and politics; the problem of temporality, history, and modernity; and the intertwined projects of critical theory and critical area studies. This book will become a classic.”
– Louise Young, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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