SOAS University of London

Japan & Korea Section, Department of East Asian Languages & Culture

Dr Satona Suzuki

BA, PhD (London)
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Satona Suzuki
Japan and Korea Section, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures

Lecturer in Japanese and Modern Japanese History (Education)

SOAS Japan Research Centre (JRC)

Academic Staff, Japan Research Centre

Centre for Translation Studies (CTS)


Dr Satona Suzuki
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Modern Japanese History
Japanese imperialism
Japanese militarism
Modern Japanese and Korean relations
Meiji Buddhist history


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Suzuki, Satona (2022) 'The Emergence of Modern Japan'. Modern History Review, (24) 4.

Book Reviews

Suzuki, Satona (2021) 'Review of 'Intimate Empire: Collaboration & Colonial Modernity in Korea and Japan' by Nayoung Aimee Kwon'. Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, (22) 3.


Suzuki, Satona (2000) Japanese Buddhist Missionary Activities in Korea, 1877-1910. PhD thesis. SOAS University of London. [Unpublished]

Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs

Suzuki, Satona (2022) Insider Japan's War. [Forthcoming]

Suzuki, Satona (2022) Oxford Debate: 'Patriarchy Is Everywhere, the Big Problem Is Institutions'.

Suzuki, Satona (2021) Did the Attack on Pearl Harbor Cost the Axis Powers the War?.

Suzuki, Satona (2021) Channels Business Global Interview.

Suzuki, Satona (2021) Japan: what are the chances of a woman becoming prime minister in a deeply patriarchal society?.


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