Charlotte Ciavarella

Charlotte Ciavarella

Ph.D. Candidate in HEAL
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Charlotte Ciavarella is a PhD student in History and East Asian Languages, focusing on the social history of nineteenth- and twentieth-century Japan. Her research considers how marginal groups experienced the transition between the early-modern and modern periods, and the ways in which economic, political, and social changes impacted their way of life. Her current research looks at this transition from the prospective of nomadic fishing groups.

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