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Professor William M. Tsutsui Featured in New York Times

Professor William M. Tsutsui was recently interviewed by the New York Times in the article titled "When King Kong Accidentally Met Godzilla." Currently the Edwin O.

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Professor Toshiko Mori Designs Paper House for New York Times

Toshiko Mori, Robert P. Hubbard Professor in the Practice of Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design, has recently been featured in the New York Times. Responding to a challenge posed by NYT to a select group of architects to design a paper house that represents their vision of post-pandemic domestic architecture, Prof. Mori created a model based on her previous work in rural Senegal (2015-19).

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Professor William M. Tsutsui ’85 Interviewed for Harvard Gazette

Professor William M. Tsutsui was recently interviewed by the Harvard Gazette in the article titled "Round 2: ‘Godzilla vs. Kong.'" A graduate of the Harvard College class of 1985, Professor Tsutsui has returned to Harvard in fall 2020 as Edwin O. Reischauer Distinguished Professor of Japanese Studies and visiting professor of East Asian Languages and Civilizations.

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Statement by the Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies

The Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies affirms Harvard University’s motto of Veritas. We honor the pursuit of truth, a commitment that includes supporting the highest standards of academic integrity. A recent publication by Harvard Law School Professor J. Mark Ramseyer has generated serious concerns among the Harvard Japanese studies community regarding the empirical foundations of the scholarship. 

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Japan Disasters Digital Archive Project statement on the 10th Anniversary of the 311 Disasters

March 2021  

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