Nov 22nd 2019

Tetsuya Ishida’s haunting images provide a revealing perspective on the profound economic and social costs of Japan’s recessionary “Lost Decade” of the 1990s. This talk places Ishida’s work in the broad context of Japan’s economic history since World War II, exploring the complex and often contradictory impacts and legacies of the “Lost Decade” on economic institutions, cultural practices, and the lives of the Japanese people. A lecture by Dr. William Tsutsui, President and Professor of History at Hendrix College.

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