Sheldon Garon

Sheldon Garon is the Nissan Professor in Japanese Studies, professor of history, and professor of East Asian studies at Princeton University. He specialized in modern and contemporary Japanese history with interests also in transnational history and the history of ideas between Asia, Europe, and the United States. His prior research has also focused on the relationship between the state and society.

He has been described as "the world's leading historian on household saving." He is the recipient of a number of prestigious of awards for academics, including the National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation grant, and the Abe Fellowship from the government of Japan. Provided by Wikipedia
4
by Garon, Sheldon M.
Published 1987
Book Electronic
5
by Garon, Sheldon M.
Published 1997
Book Electronic
6
by Garon, Sheldon M.
Published 1987
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (IITdb)563295)
Book
7
by Garon, Sheldon M.
Published 1997
...Garon, Sheldon M. Molding Japanese minds....
Book Electronic
8
by Garon, Sheldon M.
Published 1987
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UICdb)3150820)
Book Electronic
9
by Garon, Sheldon M.
Published 1997
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UICdb)3148420)
Book Electronic
10
by Garon, Sheldon M.
Published 1987
...Garon, Sheldon M. State and labor in modern Japan....
Book Electronic
12
Published 2006
Other Authors: '; ...Garon, Sheldon M....
Book
Search Tools: Get RSS Feed Email this Search