Professor Li Narangoa
Areas of expertise
- Government And Politics Of Asia And The Pacific 160606
- Historical Studies 2103
- Asian History 210302
- Religion And Society 220405
- International Relations 160607
- Impacts Of Tourism 150601
Li Narangoa specialises in modern Japanese and Mongolian history, culture and politics. Before she joined the ANU staff member she was researcher at the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (Copenhagen). She teaches courses in Japanese history and language, Mongolian history as well as broader thematic courses including 'Lies, Conspiracy and Propaganda'. Her current research interests include Japan's relations with other Asian countries, Japan's colonial history, religion and military, Mongolian history, identity and cities. Her interests also cover borders and empires in general as well as international relations in Northeast Asia.
Grants are drawn from ARIES. To add Projects or Grants please contact your College Research Office.
- Northeast Asia and the Korean War: Legacies of Hot and Cold Wars in Contemporary Constructions of the Region (Secondary Investigator)
- Puppet States Revisited: Empire and Sovereign Subordination in Modern Asia (Primary Investigator)
- Borders and Empires: A Historical Atlas of Northeast Asia, 1636-2006 (Primary Investigator)
- Collaboration, Nationalism and Imperial Strategy: Japanese-Trained Armies in Northeast Asia 1932-1949 (Primary Investigator)