Federico Marcon

Associate Professor of Early-Modern Japanese History

Federico Marcon is a historian of ideas. Although his main area of expertise is early modern Japan, Marcon is interested in the interaction of social, intellectual, institutional, and politico-economic dynamics in knowledge production in the early-modern and modern periods as well as self-reflexively in the discipline of history-writing.

Read his full biography on the Department of East Asian Studies website.

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