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Annika A. Culver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Assistant Professor of Asian History and Asian Studies Coordinator, University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP), History Department; US-Japan Network for the Future, Cohort II
|Address:||Dial Humanities 203
1 University Drive
Pembroke, NC 28372-1510
|Primary Phone:||(910) 775-4358|
|Fax Number:||(910) 775-4026|
|List Affiliations:||Reviewer for H-HistGeog
|Reviews:||Contested Histories of a Borderland and Its "Native" People: Manchuria and the Manchus
|Interests:||Asian History / Studies
Annika A. Culver serves as assistant professor of Asian history and Asian studies coordinator at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP), and is a member of Cohort II of the US-Japan Network for the Future. She has also taught at the University of Chicago, Skidmore College, and Beijing University, with research and teaching interests in Japanese cultural imperialism, wartime Sino-Japanese cultural relations, and U.S.-Asian interactions since the mid-19th century. She has published articles, essays on teaching, and book reviews for History Compass, U.S.-Japan Women’s Journal (USJWJ), Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs (SJEAA), Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians (JNCAH), Association for Asian Studies Newsletter, and Perspectives (Overseas Young Chinese Forum, OYCF), and has a forthcoming book entitled Glorify the Empire: Japanese “Avant-Garde” Propaganda in Manchukuo (University of British Columbia Press, 2013).
Dr. Culver received a BA from Vassar College (1997) and her MA in Regional Studies East (RSEA) Asia from Harvard University (2000). She was a Fulbright Graduate Research Fellow at Waseda University and holds a PhD in modern Japanese intellectual history from the University of Chicago (2007).