Description of impactThe exposition was seen by hundreds of people, students, staff and other visitors to McClay library. The timing and location was particularly conductive to the wider dissemination of the project's themes as it was situated at the entrance to the library with many fresh undergraduates visiting it for their first time. The exhibition will be transfered on a mediatool as to become a permanent digital exhibition available online.
Who is affectedAcademic staff, students and visitors of the McClay library.
NarrativeIn concomitance with the CIRN2 conference, the McClay Library at Queen's University hosted a related exhibition for three weeks. The exhibition was curated by the PI and a research assistant. It was based on original publications belonging to the private collections of two participants, Prof. Peter O'Connor and Prof. Peter Robinson. The exhibition was organised around three main themes, bringing together historical narratives on Northeast Asia in the first half of the 20th century.
The exhibition's themes were organise in the following order:
1.The Times (of London) Japanese and Russia Supplements from the 1910s;
2. Manchuria: contested territory between China, Russia and Japan;
3. The old and new competing imperialisms in Northeast Asia, 1894-1953.
|Impact date||01 Sep 2019 → 14 Oct 2019|
|Category of impact||Cultural Impact|
- Northeast Asia
Cogs In The Machine Of Empire: A Journey Through Shigeru’s Pictorial Imagination
Impact: Cultural Impact
Competing imperalisms in Northeast Asia, 1894-1953
CIRN 2: Competing Imperialisms
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participation in conference