Japanese students at Cambridge University in the Meiji Era, 1868-1912 : pioneers for the modernization of Japan

by Noboru Koyama ; translated by Ian Ruxton ; with an introduction by Sir John Boyd

This well-researched PAPERBACK and DOWNLOAD, first written in Japanese by Noboru Koyama and published in Tokyo in 1999, has been translated by Ian Ruxton. This fascinating case study is centred on the first Japanese graduate of Cambridge University, mathematician and academic Kikuchi Dairoku (1855-1917). Others who went on to distinguished careers include the scholar and statesman Suematsu Kencho (1855-1920) and the scholar-diplomat Inagaki Manjiro (1861-1908). This story, told for the first time in English, should interest all students of the Meiji era in Japan. The book includes nine black & white images, an introduction, a preface, seven appendices, an expanded bibliography and an improved index. 235 pages. Book Page. Preview/a --a --a "a a . "...[T]his is of interest to historians and Cambridge graduates alike." (Kansai Time Out)

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書名 Japanese students at Cambridge University in the Meiji Era, 1868-1912 : pioneers for the modernization of Japan
著作者等 Ruxton, Ian C.
小山 騰
Koyama Noboru
Boyd Sir John
書名別名 Hatenkō "Meiji ryūgakusei" retsuden

破天荒「明治留学生」列伝 : 大英帝国に学んだ人々

Hatenkō 'Meiji ryūgakusei' retsuden : DaiEi teikoku ni mananda hitobito
出版元 Lulu
刊行年月 [2004]
ページ数 xviii, 216 p.
大きさ 28 cm
ISBN 1411612566
NCID BA70961864
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言語 英語
原文言語 日本語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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