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Japan in Transregional Perspective

During the past few years the DIJ has successively incorporated Japan’s transnational and transregional connections into its research focus. This regional and global contextualization of Japan is reflected in several individual research projects as well as in two multi-institutional research collaborations on Japan in transregional perspective: Borders, Mobility and New Infrastructures and Interaction and Knowledge in the Pacific Region: Entanglements and Disentanglements.

See also article on “Border-crossing Streams of Knowledge – Transnational Research at the DIJ Tokyo” by Franz Waldenberger here (in German).

Related Research Projects

Conceptualizing “Capitalism” in Japan in the Early Twentieth Century - A Transnational Intellectual History

History Politics in East Asia

Integrating a global workforce - Japanese approaches to global HR

Japan’s “blue economies”? Japanese firms in the restructuring of the global seafood trade