Takashi Yoshida

Carnegie Council Fellow, 2002-2003; Western Michigan University


Takashi Yoshida is an assistant professor in the history department at Western Michigan University.

His recent research has focused on war and memory in the Pacific. In particular, he studied how the perceptions of the Nanjing Massacre evolved in history writing and public memory in Japan, China, and the United States from 1937 to the present.

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MAR 20, 2003 Transcript

Ethical Inquiry and the Teaching of History: Conversation with Carnegie Council Fellow Takashi Yoshida

"Teaching history can be a tool for encouraging students to be critical, and think about how they can tolerate a plurality of views about what ...