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Articles by Ran Zwigenberg

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Ran Zwigenberg is Assistant Professor at Pennsylvania State University. His research focuses on modern Japanese and European history, with a specialization in memory and intellectual history. He has published on issues of war memory, atomic energy, psychiatry, and survivor politics. Zwigenberg’s monographs include Hiroshima: The Origins of Global Memory Culture (Cambridge, 2014), winner of the 2016 Association for Asian Studies’ John W. Hall book award, and, together with Oleg Benesch, Japan’s Castles: Citadels of Modernity in War and Peace (Cambridge, 2019). For more information on this and other projects, please see this page.