Political Violence: Right to Violence & the Japanese Left –
Alex Macartney discusses political violence practiced by Japanese and West German “Red Armies” in the 1960s and ’70s, calling attention to global developments, transnational connections, and gendered violence.
Political Violence: A Strategy of Resistance –
Join us, as professor William Marotti defines “political violence” for us and explains why political groups – such as the Japanese New Left in the late 1960s – chose to use violence as a tactic of political protest and activism.
Special Episode (Part 2): North Korea –
Join us for an interview with historian David Fields, reflecting on developments in the year since the Roundtable on the North Korea Crisis and historicizing current U.S. relations with North and South Korea.
Special Episode (Part 1): North Korea –
Listen to UW-Madison’s September 2017 panel on the “North Korea Crisis,” with history and political science professors – Eunsook Jung, Louise Young, and Andrew Kydd – presenting.
Introductions: The Promise and Limitations of Transnational Intellectual History –
Professor Viren Murthy discusses intellectual history, capitalism, and both the possibilities and limitations of transnational history.
Introductions: A Transnational Approach to Chinese History & Diaspora Studies –
From her perspective on diaspora studies, Shelly Chan answers our question, “What is transnational history?”
Introductions: TransAsia and the World Podcast –
Editors Sam Timinsky, Joy Block, Evan Wells, and Galen Poor discuss the transnational approach to Asian and world history.