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