Jun Uchida

Associate Professor of History
Ph.D., Harvard University, History
M.A., University of California at Berkeley, History
B.A., Cornell University, History
Jun Uchida
My teaching and research focus on the following areas of interest:

Modern Japan
Colonial Korea
Japanese empire in Asia
Comparative Colonialism
History of immigration and diaspora
Transpacific History
Settler colonialism
Decolonization and politics of memory
Oral history


(650) 723-1556
Global, Transnational, and International History
Immigration, Borderlands, and Frontiers
Social History
The Pacific World

The Center for East Asian Studies celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Join us in celebrating East Asian Studies at Stanford!  https://ceas.stanford.edu/ceas-50th/50th-anniversary-overview

Prof. Mark Ravina of Emory University, an esteemed Stanford alumnus, delivered a keynote lecture on “Meiji Japan and the ‘Long-Nineteenth Century’ in celebration of a trifecta of anniversaries: CEAS's 50th, Hoover’s centennial, & the 150th anniversary of the Meiji Restoration: https://www.stanforddaily.com/2018/11/02/mark-ravina-discusses-development-of-nationalism-in-japan/


Stanford East Asian Library acquires nearly century-old diaries kept by Japanese immigrant in San Francisco Bay Area (http://news.stanford.edu/2017/05/04/japanese-immigrants-diaries-display/)