COVID-19 in Historical Perspectives: Politics, Industries and Relief

Tuesday 5 April 2022 10:00-12:00 BST, 18:00-20:00 JST
A workshop on "COVID-19 in Historical Perspectives: Politics, Industries and Relief" is organized on 5 April 2022. This session is hosted by the Strategic Partnerships Project and Co-hosted by the Humanities Center, the University of Tokyo.

Language: English
Online: Live via Zoom

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Chair

Mika SUZUKI
Professor of English Literature, Shizuoka University

Speakers

Simon SZRETER
Professor of History and Public Policy
Fellow of St John's College
University of Cambridge
After the Virus:
Lessons from the Past for a Better Future

Shunsuke KATSUTA
Professor of History
The University of Tokyo
Emergency Medicine in a Time of Disaster:
The Case of Dublin during the Great Irish Famine

Takeshi NAGASHIMA
Professor of Economic History, Senshu University
Government Medical Officers in Historical Perspective:
The Different Systems in Japan and the UK

Akihito SUZUKI
Professor of History of Medicine, The University of Tokyo
The Meat Industry and Infectious Diseases:

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