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Herbert P. BixHerbert P. Bix

Professor (Joint with Sociology)
Ph.D., Harvard University
20th Century Japan, Japan-US Relations, Monarchical Studies
E-mail: hbix@binghamton.edu

 

 



Talk Delivered at Binghamton University on October 18, 2006, "The Case for Withdrawal From Afghanistan and Iraq"

The Emperor, Modern Japan and the U.S.-Japan Relationship : an Interview with Herbert Bix appeared in Japan Focus.org on August 26, 2005.

I am a Japan historian and student of the political, military, and social history of 19th and 20th century Japan. I have taught undergraduate courses on all periods of Japanese history and on Western historiography of Japan. At the graduate level I shall be offering seminars on war crimes law and American wars in Asia, comparative monarchy, and comparative constitutions. I wish to work with students on topics related to Japan and East Asia, and I particularly welcome applications from students interested in studying modern Japanese political, diplomatic, and military history. My current research centers on the Asia-Pacific War and its aftermath, Western images of the Showa emperor Hirohito, and Japanese constitutional thought.

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