Ethan Segal Publication

Professor Ethan Segal’s chapter “Awash in Coins: The Spread of Money in Early Medieval Japan” has just come out in the edited collection of essays “Currents in Japanese History,” edited by Gordon Berger, Andrew Goble, Lorraine Harrinton, and Cameron Hurst, published by Figueroa Press (University of Southern California).

Over the summer, Ethan presented papers at two international conferences: in May he presented on Hojo Masako and women’s roles in early Japanese warrior society at the University of Tallinn (Estonia), and in August he spoke on the current world financial crisis and long- term effects on Asia at a Harvard business conference held at Waseda University (Tokyo).

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