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III Congreso Internacional Historia a Debate Santiago de Compostela

III Congreso Internacional Historia a Debate
Santiago de Compostela, 14-18 de julio de 2004


Currculum


Jacob Kovalio
Associate Professor, Department of History

Office: 411 Paterson Hall
Tel: 520-2600 ext. 2839
E-Mail: [email protected]


Education:

BA: Third World Economics & History: Tel-Aviv University, 1970
MA: Chinese History/Studies: University of Pittsburgh, 1972
PhD: Japanese Studies: University of Pittsburgh, 1981

Japan/Asia Pacific Fieldwork: 1973-78; 1985; 1990; 1993; 1996; 2000; 2001; 2002

Languages: English; Japanese; Hebrew; Rumanian; French; Russian; Spanish


Employment:

Professor of Japanese/Chinese/Asian History/Studies - Carleton University: 1987-
President of Japan-Pacific-World Consulting: 1994-
Vice-president for international relations: International Trends, Tokyo: 1973-77
Lecturer: Tel-Aviv and Hebrew Universities: 1978-85
Visiting Professor: University of Victoria, BC: 1986-87


Professional Honours

1- Carleton University International Students Assoc. Best Professor Award - 2000

2- Teaching Award - Carleton University: 1990 & 1998

3- President of Japan Studies Association of Canada [JSAC]: 1993-94

4- Vice-president of East Asia Council of Canadian Asian Studies Association [CASA]: 1996-

5- Japan Foundation Research Award: 1973; 1990; 1996;2002

6- Chair of Asian Studies, Carleton University: 1993-1995

7- Director of Carleton University Asia-Pacific Research and Resource Centre: 1993-1995

8- University of Pittsburgh Research Award: 1980-81

9- Stanford University Research Award: 1973-74; 1987



Research Interests and in Progress:

1- Modern Japanese/Asian foreign policy, politics, security:
Territorial disputes and Japanese foreign policy
Islam, Asian security and international relations
2- Japanese/Chinese/Asia Pacific international relations, security nationalism:
Yudayaka: the birth and growth of antisemitism without Jews in Japan
3- Asianism: Asianism and Asia-Pacific international relations
ASEAN +3 and Asian regionalism
Association of Asian Union



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