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Ivings Steven Edward

Ivings Steven Edward
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (1): Economic history
Research keywords  (5): Treaty Ports ,  Hokkaido History ,  Karafuto History ,  Global History ,  Socioconomic & Business History
Papers (9):
  • Steven Ivings. Western Merchants and Intra-Asian Trade: John Henry Duus at Treaty Port Hakodate (Part One 1861-68). Shashi: the Journal of Japanese Business and Company History. 2021. 6. 1
  • Steven Ivings, Jonathan Bull. Korean Repatriation and Historical Memory in Postwar Japan: Remembering the Ukishima-maru Incident at Maizuru and Shimokita. The Asia Pacific Journal - Japan Focus. 2020. 18. 21
  • Steven Ivings. “Fostering a Trade in Japan’s Northeast: The West Pacific Company at Hakodate in the 1860s”. Commodities of Empire Working Paper Series. 2020. 33. 1-21
  • Steven Ivings. Settling the Frontier, Defending the North: “Farmer-Soldiers” in Hokkaido’s Colonial Development and National Reconciliation. 2020
  • Ivings, S. and Qiu, D. “China and Japan’s Northern Frontier: Chinese Merchants in Nineteenth Century Hokkaido”. Canadian Journal of History. 2019. 54. 3
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Books (4):
  • “Settling the Frontier and Defending the North: "Farmer-Solders" in Hokkaido's Colonial Development and National Reconciliation”, in Fuess, H. & Hellyer, R. (eds.) The Meiji Restoration: Japan as a Global Nation
    Cambridge University Press 2020
  • Global Diasporas in the Age of High Imperialism
    Peter Lang 2018
  • "Settler Colony or Labour Destination? Karafuto as a Japanese Colony" in Global Diasporas in the Age of High Imperialism
    Peter Lang 2018
  • "The Economic Reintegration of Former Colonial Residents in Postwar Japan" in The Economic and Business History of Occupied Japan: New Perspectives, Thomas French (ed.)
    Routledge 2017
Professional career (3):
  • PhD Economic History (LSE Department of Economic History)
  • MA Japanese Studies (SOAS Department of Japanese Studies)
  • BSc Economic History (LSE Department of Economic History)
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