A mysterious island where everything vanishes into the darkness. On this island a female writer tries to survive and we follow her during her struggle to survive and her resistance against the Memory Police.
The year is 1962, and the Second World War concluded with an Axis triumph 15 years earlier. America is no longer a country; it was split between the German Reich and the Japanese Empire. The main protagonists must navigate this new environment, but not everything is as it appears; an other reality may exist just beyond the horizon. So, what does this book have to offer?
Karl Marx and Charles Tilly’s perspectives on the Meiji Restoration in 1868. This is an examination of the Meiji Restoration using Marx and Tilly’s theories about revolutions.
In this essay i will perform a source criticism of a late 19th century photograph of a Japanese float festival.
A small analysis of a samurai harness of the museum Volkenkunde in Leiden.
An essay about Dutch engineer Johannis de Rijke and his work related to watermanagement during the late 19th and early 20th century. This is an essay about how a Dutch engineer influenced Japanese watermanagement.