Auteur Catherine L. Phipps is Associate Professor of History and Director of International and Global Studies at the University of...
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Catherine L. Phipps is Associate Professor of History and Director of International and Global Studies at the University of Memphis. She is the author of Empires on the Waterfront: Japan's Ports and Power, 18581899 (2015).
Résumé This book examines Meiji Japan (1868-1912) to demonstrate the complex interplay between Japanese nation-building and the country's engagement with global processes.
Introduction: Meiji Japan in global history
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Women, missionaries, and medical professions: the history of overseas female students in Meiji Japan
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