Lecture Videos

This page presents videos of selected lectures given by the authors of the units in Visualizing Cultures.

Asia in the Modern World, John Dower

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Asia in the Modern World, John Dower

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Japan in the Modern World, John Dower

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Japan in the Modern World, John Dower

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China in the Modern World, John Dower

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China in the Modern World, John Dower

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The Hibiya Riot, Andrew Gordon

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The Hibiya Riot, Andrew Gordon

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Visualizing the Russo-Japanese War, John Dower

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Visualizing the Russo-Japanese War, John Dower

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Introduction to 19th Century Photography in East Asia, Allen Hockley

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Introduction to 19th Century Photography in East Asia, Allen Hockley

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Visualizing the Boxer Uprising: A Kaleidoscopic View, P. Perdue & E. Sebring

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Visualizing the Boxer Uprising: A Kaleidoscopic View, P. Perdue & E. Sebring

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Picturing the Purge: Chinese Cartoon Imagery from the 1930s to the 1950s, John Crespi

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Picturing the Purge: Chinese Cartoon Imagery from the 1930s to the 1950s, John Crespi

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