Fabian Drixler

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Professor of History
203-432-1388
Address: 
115 Prospect St, Room 238, New Haven, CT 06511
Areas of interest : 
Tokugawa and Meiji Japan; Demographic, Social, and Cultural History; Infanticide and its Ethical Underpinnings; Stillbirths and the State in Modern Japan; Buddhist Networks and Internal Migration; History of Sustainability, Famine, and Risk Management in Early Modern Japan.
Region: 
Japan

Courses

HIST 307, EAST 301

The Making of Japan's Great Peace, 1550-1850

Examination of how, after centuries of war in Japan and overseas, the Tokugawa shogunate built a peace that lasted more than 200 years. Japan’s urban revolution, the eradication of Christianity, the Japanese discovery of Europe, and the question whether Tokugawa Japan is a rare example of a complex and populous society that achieved ecological sustainability.

Term: Spring 2020
Day/Time: T,Th 11:35 AM - 12:25 PM