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Established in 1974, the Journal of Japanese Studies is a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary forum for communicating new information, interpretations, and research on Japan. Its core objective is to maintain an enduring record of highest-quality scholarship through publication of empirical and interpretive work on Japan.
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Prof. Ken Pyle: influencer, scholar, leader

November 3, 2015

Posted by: thormm

Professor Ken Pyle

Leading-edge in international studies  Professor Kenneth B. Pyle may be retiring this year after 51 years of full-time teaching at the Jackson School of International Studies, but his influential role on