Ian Nish Prize for Best Article in Japanese Studies for 2017
About the prize
The British Association for Japanese Studies is pleased to announce that the Ian Nish Prize for best article published by Japan Forum has been awarded to Christopher Smith (University of Florida at Gainesville) for his article “Who said that? Textuality in eighteenth century kibyōshi,” published by Japan Forum in 2017 (29:2).
The Ian Nish Prize is awarded annually by the British Association for Japanese Studies for the best article by an early career scholar in any discipline of Japanese Studies published by Japan Forum, the journal of the British Association for Japanese Studies.
Professor Ian Hill Nish CBE is Professor Emeritus of International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science where he served from 1962 to 1991. His main fields of interest and research are Japan's foreign relations and in particular Japan-China relations over the twentieth century.
|2016||Thomas Baudinette||Ethnosexual frontiers in queer Tokyo: the production of racialised desire in Japan||28||4|
|2015||Erin L Brightwell||Refracted axis: Kitayama Jun'yū and writing a German Japan||27||4|
|2014||Josh Petitto||The Meiji oceanic imaginary and the paintings of Aoki Shigeru||25||4|
|2013||Tin Tin Htun||Social identities of minority others in Japan: listening to the narratives of Ainu, Buraku and Zainichi Koreans||24||1|
|2012||Tuukka Toivonen||‘Don't let your child become a NEET!’ The strategic foundations of a Japanese youth scare||23||3|
|2011||Scot Hislop||The pedagogical value of tsukinami haikai: learning cultural associations||22||3-4|