Professor Caroline Rose

Profile

I have worked in East Asian Studies at Leeds since 1996. My research and teaching interests include contemporary China-Japan relations; Japan's international relations; Chinese and Japanese citizenship education; the politics of history and memory in East Asia.

Research interests

I have worked extensively on the 'history problem' in Sino-Japanese relations, with particular reference to textbook issues, the Yasukuni Shrine issues, the compensation movement, and the apology issue. I am currently working on a major study of history and citizenship education in China and Japan, and have embarked on a new project about trust and friendship in East Asia.

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Qualifications

  • PhD, Leeds
  • BA (Hons) Modern Chinese Studies, Leeds

Student education

Japan in War and Peace

Sino-Japanese Relations

Japanese Politics

Japan's International Relations

Current postgraduate research students

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