Research Assistant

Makiko Ueda

Research Assistant
Reischauer Institute, Harvard University
Fellow
Japan MOT (Management of Technology) Association
Makiko Ueda received her B.A. (History) from the University of the Sacred Heart, Tokyo and also an M.A. and Ph.D. (Political Science) from Keiō University. She worked on her post-doctoral research at the Center for International Studies at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) between 2011 and 2013. She taught at Keiō University and Kamakura Women’s University as a lecturer between 2013 and 2014. Her publications include: Diplomatic Discussions in Postwar Japan in Order Change and Japanese Diplomacy: 70 Years of Expansion and Reduction (Chitsujo Hendō to Nihon Gaikō: Kakudai to Shūshuku no 70-nen), Ed. Yoshihide Soeya, Tokyo, Keiō University Press (2016); Introduction, in The Diary of Hitoshi Ashida (Ashida Hitoshi Nikki) 1905-1945 Vol.5, Tokyo, Kashiwa Shobō (2012); An Idea of Postwar Japan: Hitoshi Ashida and Japanese Liberalism, translated by Rikki Kersten, in ANU Japanese Studies Online, ANU (Australian National University) Japan Institute (2011).