Panel Discussion: Remembering Ronald Dore: Contributions to Social Sciences and Japanese Studies
Sponsor: Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies
Co-sponsor: Program on U.S.-Japan Relations
Moderator: MERRY WHITE, Professor of Anthropology, Boston University
Ronald Dore (1925-2018), "historian, sociologist, intellectual pioneer, humanist, mentor, friend," was a pre-eminent scholar of Japan whose work crossed many disciplinary boundaries and influenced many outside our fields. A panel discussion in his honor will include, among others, Ezra Vogel (Harvard), Suzanne Berger (MIT), Theodore Bestor (Harvard), Mary Brinton (Harvard), Andrew Gordon (Harvard), and Richard Samuels (MIT). All are invited to contribute their own memories. Reception to follow.
Reischauer Institute special panel discussion