Maruyama Lectures Occasional Papers

The Maruyama Lectures

The Maruyama Lectures are named in honor of the late Maruyama Masao (1914–1996), historian of East Asian political thought and one of the most influential political thinkers in twentieth-century Japan. Sponsored by the Center for Japanese Studies, the series brings to the university important scholars and thinkers who will offer reflections on the problem of political engagement and responsibility in modern times, which was the central and overriding concern in Maruyama’s work. This series has been supported by a grant from the Konishi Foundation for International Exchange, Tokyo.


The Occasional Papers

The proceedings of the Maruyama Lectures are published in the CJS Occasional Papers series. Copies may be ordered by contacting CJS. The Occasional Papers are available for a donation of US$15.00 to cover postage and handling.

To learn more about the Occasional Papers, see the following CJS website: http://ieas.berkeley.edu/cjs/maruyama_lectures.html.