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The Nature of the Beasts Empire and Exhibition at the Tokyo Imperial Zoo

By: Ian Miller(Author)
The Nature of the Beasts
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  • The Nature of the Beasts ISBN: 9780520271869 Hardback Nov 2012 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Focusing on Tokyo's historic Ueno Zoo, Ian Miller shows how the facility played a critical role in legitimating Japan's project of imperial expansion in the public mind. Founded in 1882, the zoo served as one of the primary arenas of Japan's imperialist spectacle.

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Ian Miller is assistant professor in the Department of History at Harvard University.

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