1945 in Europe and Asia: Reconsidering the End of World War II and the Change of the World Order
Apr 05, 1995 - Apr 07, 1995
Conference in Berlin | Conveners: Gerhard Krebs, German Institute for Japanese Studies, Tokyo; Josef Kreiner, German Institute for Japanese Studies, Tokyo
Participants: Thilo Graf Brockdorff, Japanese-German Center, Berlin; Dieter Brötel, Pedagogical University of Ludwigsburg; Jian Chen, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale; Robert Frank, University of Paris I, Sorbonne; Henry P. Frei, Tsukuba University; Ken'ichi Goto, Waseda University; Klaus-Dietmar Henke, Federal Office for the Files of the Former East German Security Service, Berlin; Makoto Iokibe, Kobe University; Ricardo T. Jose, University of the Phillippines; Detlef Junker, GHI; Lothar Kettenacker, GHI London; Warren F. Kimball, Rutgers University at Newark; Chong-Sik Lee, University of Pennsylvania; Kei Nemoto, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies; Ian Nish, London School of Economics; Thamsook Numnonda, Silpakorn University; Jens Petersen, GHI Rome; Steffen Reiche, Brandenburg Ministry of Science, Research, and Culture; Thomas A. Schwartz, Vanderbilt University; Michail Semirjaga, Russian State University for the Humanities; Boris N. Slavinsky, Far Eastern Affairs; Rosemary C. Spencer, British Embassy, Berlin; Ambassador Shigeru Tsumori, Japanese Consulate, Berlin; Sinh Vinh, University of Alberta; Lydia N. Yu-Jose, Ateneo de Manila University; Gebhard Ziller, Federal Ministry for Education, Science, Research, and Technology, Bonn; Lubomir W. Zyblikiewicz, Jagiellonian University.
[Bulletin 16, Spring 1995, pp. 15-16]