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CJS Chairs

1958-1960
Donald H. Shively, founding chair

1958-1960
Delmer M. Brown

Monographs series initiated
Visiting scholars begin coming to campus via CJS

1962-1965
Henry Rosovsky

During this period, CJS and CKS were combined as CJKS

1965-1966
George DeVos / Douglas E. Mills, Acting Chair

March-August, 1966

1966-1967
Chalmers Johnson, Acting Chair

1967-1968
George DeVos, Acting Chair

1968-1972
Robert N. Bellah

Initiated fundraising for CJS and for the library and programs

1972-1973
Irving Scheiner

Japan Foundation grant

1973-1974
Robert N. Bellah

Regional Seminar established

1974-1977
Thomas C. Smith

Initiates support to the Inter-University Center

1977-1978
Robert N. Bellah

1978-1980
Thomas C. Smith

CJS and CKS again become independent
Institute for East Asian Studies established
Visiting Scholars program revived

1980-1981
Irving Scheiner

1981-1982
William H. McCullough

1982-1984
Irving Scheiner

Visiting scholars: Masao Maruyama, Kenzaburo Oe and Liza Dalby

1984-1985
William H. McCullough

1985-1986
Irving Scheiner

1986-1990
William H. McCullough

This was a period when many highly regarded faculty retired and younger faculty replaced them.

1990-1991
Irving Scheiner

1991-1992
Mary Elizabeth Berry

1992-1993
Irving Scheiner

Visiting scholars: Haruki Murakami, Makoto Oda

1993-1995
Mary Elizabeth Berry

1995-1997
Andrew Barshay

1997-1998
Mary Elizabeth Berry

1998-2002
Andrew Barshay

Inaugural Maruyama lecture given by Kenzaburo OE

2002-2003
Steven Vogel, Acting Chair

2003-2005
Andrew Barshay

CJS/JSPS joint colloquia initiated

2005-2007
Alan Tansman

PFA Fellowship, CJS/JSPS joint colloquia continue

2007-2010
Duncan Williams

CJS 50th Anniversary Celebrations and critical fund-raising efforts
CJS/JSPS joint colloquia continue

2010-2015
Steve Vogel

Japan Foundationís Institutional Project Support Grant
CJS/JSPS joint colloquia continue