15past15: New Podcast from HERA project ‘East Asian Uses of the European Past’



Posted: 30 January, 2019

15past15 is a new podcast which discusses how the past is made, and by whom.

Its first season focuses on history and history-writing in East Asia, from the sixteenth century to today. Interviewees debate the indigenous historical traditions of China and Japan in particular, and the ways that understandings of the past evolved at times of acute political and societal change. Our contributors teach East Asian and global history at leading universities in Germany, France, the UK, Spain, Switzerland, the USA and Canada, and they manage—just about—to stick to a fifteen-minute format. Interviews will be released weekly from 15 January 2019.

More: Transnational Research, Uses of the Past

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