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About Eiji Oguma

Eiji Oguma is one of the most important social thinkers and social historians in Japan. He is a professor of Historical Sociology at Keio University in Tokyo and the author of various books including "Democracy and patriots: Postwar Japanese Nationalism and the Public" (2004),  "A Genealogy of Self-images of 'Japanese'" (2002) and "The Boundaries of 'Japanese'" (2014). "Tell the Prime Minister" is his first film. Screenings of Eji Ogumas "Tell the Prime Minister" are scheduled all over Europe. For further info please check here.

Articles by Eiji Oguma

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