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Japan and the Politics of the Nobel Prize

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This talk will interest those concerned with politics, history, and the history of science between Japan and Britain. Prof. Bartholomew is a specialist in modern Japanese history, chiefly interested in the history of science, medicine, higher education, and business in Japan. In 1985-86, he held a research fellowship from the National Science Foundation. His 1989 book, The Formation of Science in Japan, received the1992 Pfizer Award of the History of Science Society. In March 2001, he was awarded a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship to write a book on Japan and the Nobel science prizes, 1901-1949

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