Professor Sayuri Shimizu awarded Fellowship 2013-14

Professor Sayuri Shimizu has been awarded a Woodrow Wilson Center Fellowship for a project titled “The Rise and Transformation of the North Pacific Ocean Resource Management Regimes, 1900–1975.” Taking a transnational and interdisciplinary approach to maritime environmental history, the study examines ideas, local practices, national regulatory policies, and intergovernmental institution-building regarding the commercial harvesting and scientific husbandry of fishery resources in the North Pacific in the first three-quarters of the twentieth century leading up to the United Nations Law of the Sea Conventions (UNCLOS I & II). Congratulations Professor Shimizu!

04.10.13