Dr. Mimi Hanaoka
Title of Publication Discussed
Views of the Asian Other: Educational Reform and Models of Modernity for Japan and Muslim Reformers, 1851-1925
Dr. Mimi Hanaoka, Associate Professor of Religious Studies in Islam, participated in the new School of Arts and Sciences 2019-2020 Sabbatical Fellowship Program, a cohort of three faculty members who offer each other support and the opportunity for cross-disciplinary conversations. Upon the completion of their sabbatical year, the fellows are expected to present their work publicly. This podcast interview offers a venue for the fellows to share their sabbatical projects with the university community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Hanaoka discusses her current book project, “Views of the Asian Other: Educational Reform and Models of Modernity for Japan and Muslim Reformers, 1851-1925.”
Hanaoka, Mimi, “Dr. Mimi Hanaoka - A&S Sabbatical Fellow.” Podcasts@Boatwright. 2020. http://boatwrightpodcasts.urlibraries.org.