Presentation on theme: "China and Korea Related JACAR Digital Archive Documents: Directions for Future Research and Archival Service."— Presentation transcript:
China and Korea Related JACAR Digital Archive Documents: Directions for Future Research and Archival Service
Topics What is JACAR? Providing documents Contributing to historians and policy makers
Digital archives established in Nov. 2001 Documents available for free access: over 22,000,000 images Japan's past relationship with various neighboring Asian countries and regions Spans from the beginning of the Meiji era to the end of the Pacific War (1868-1945) What is JACAR ?
Cross archival search JACAR National Archives of Japan The Diplomatic Record Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs National Institute for Defense Studies of the Ministry of Defense What is JACAR ?
Cross archival search JACAR Other governmental documents Diplomatic notes Military-related documents What is JACAR ?
Search in English Selecting - Subject titles - Keywords - Synonyms of keywords ex., (Sino-Japanese War) (China incident) Japanese page is the best organized of offered languages (JP, EN, CN, KR)
Example 1 Compilation of Miscellaneous Documents relating to Domestic Politics in various countries / China / relating to the Revolution Party (including refugee), Vol. 1, Ref. B03050063900 August. 31, 1898
Compilation of Miscellaneous Documents relating to Domestic Politics in various countries / China/ Local Vol. 42-2, Ref. B03050148300 May. 9, 1925 Example 1
Collaboration Extension of the JACAR database (targeting period) Cross archival research International network of digital archives
For further information, visit http://www.jacar.go.jp/ or contact firstname.lastname@example.org@jacar.go.jp
Place: Room 319B, Hawaii Convention Center Time: 2:45PM-4:45PM Panel: #157 Digital Archives and the Study of Japanese Foreign Relations Panelists: Dr. Robert Eskildsen, J. F. Oberlin University Prof. Takeshi Hamashita, Ryoukoku University Dr. Ken Kotani, National Institute for Defense Studies Prof. Kanji Akagi, Keio University See you at the AAS tomorrow