広島平和研究所

Public Lecture Series 2012 (2nd semester)

Seeking Peace in Okinawa

 

The Hiroshima Peace Institute held a public lecture series entitled “Seeking Peace in Okinawa,” consisting of five lectures at the Hiroshima City Plaza for Town Development through Citizen Exchange from October 19 to November 16, 2012.

 

 


 

October 19
“A Perspective on Modern and Contemporary History of Ryukyu/Okinawa: Issues Surrounding Okinawa”
Masanao Kano, Professor Emeritus, Waseda University


October 26
“US Military Bases in Okinawa: Their History and Present Situation”
Toru Aketagawa, Adjunct Instructor, Hosei University

 

November 2
“An Analysis of the Lawsuit over Proxy Signature for the Land Use for US Bases (1995-1996)”
Akihiro Kawakami, Assistant Professor, Hiroshima Peace Institute, Hiroshima City University

 

November 9

“Hiroshima and Okinawa: A Perspective from Hiroshima”

Takuma Higashi, Freelance Writer

 

November 16

“Okinawa’s Position in Postwar Japan”

Moriteru Arasaki, Professor Emeritus, Okinawa University

 

For details of the present Lecture Series, please click the following link: article in Newsletter Vol. 15 No. 3



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