Tessa Morris-Suzuki

Tessa Morris-Suzuki, FAHA, is Professor of Japanese History and holds an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship at The Australian National University. Her research focuses on aspects of modern Japanese and East Asian regional history, particularly cross-border movement between Japan and its Asian neighbours; issues of history, memory and reconciliation in Northeast Asia; and grassroots social movements in Japan. Her most recent books include East Asia beyond the history wars: Confronting the ghosts of war (with Morris Low, Leonid Petrov and Timothy Y. Tsu; Routledge 2013), Borderline Japan: Foreigners and frontier controls in the postwar era (Cambridge University Press 2010) and Exodus to North Korea: Shadows from Japan’s Cold War (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2007). In 2013 she was awarded the Fukuoka Prize (academic award) for contributions to the study of East Asian history.

New Worlds from Below

New Worlds from Below »

Informal life politics and grassroots action in twenty-first-century Northeast Asia

Edited by: Tessa Morris-Suzuki, Eun Jeong Soh
ISBN (print): 9781760460907
ISBN (online): 9781760460914
Publication date: March 2017

The Social Sciences in the Asian Century »

Edited by: Carol Johnson, Vera Mackie, Tessa Morris-Suzuki
ISBN (print): 9781925022582
ISBN (online): 9781925022599
Publication date: September 2015