William H. Bonsall Professor of Japanese History, Emeritus; Senior Fellow (by courtesy), Hoover Institution
At Stanford Since
Ph.D., Harvard University; B.A., Harvard College
- Japanese imperialism and colonialism
- Development of Tokyo
- Modern political cartoon
- Pearl Harbor
- The United States and East Asia, 1840-present
- Nineteenth Century Japan
- The Rise of Modern Japan
- Postwar Japan
- Japanese Lives - Autobiography and History
- Nationalism and Imperialism in Modern Japan
- Meiji Culture
- Imperialism, Colonialism, and National Identity in Modern Japan
- Graduate Colloquium: Modern Japan
- The Japanese Discovery of America: A Brief History with Documents, 1997.
- Modern Japan, 1997.
- Co-Editor, The Japanese Wartime Empire, 1996.
- The Abacus and the Sword: The Japanese Penetration of Korea, 1895-1910, 1995.
- Feudalism in Japan, Third Edition, 1992.
- Co-Editor, Japan's Informal Empire in China, 1989.
- Editor, The Cambridge History of Japan, vol. 6. The Twentieth Century, 1989.
- Berkeley Prize, 1996-1997
- Hiromi Arisawa Prize, 1996
- Akira Iriye International Book Award, 1996
- Fulbright Research Fellowship, 1994-95
- Japan Foundation Research Fellowship, 1986-87
- Former Director, Center for East Asian Studies
- American Academy of Arts and Sciences
- American Historical Association
- Association for Asian Studies, Vice President
- Senior Fellow (by courtesy), Hoover Institution