Adam Clulow
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Adam John Clulow is a historian of early modern Asia. His work is concerned broadly with the transnational circulation of ideas, people, practices and commodities across East and Southeast Asia. His current research focuses on a number of topics including the deerskin trade between Southeast Asia and Japan in the seventeenth century, claims to possession, East Asian slaveholders in the Dutch empire, corporate genocide in the Banda islands, European ambassadors to Mughal India and the Cocos-Keeling islands.  He is also one of the directors of JapanLab which aims to generate a steady stream of Japan-focused educational video games and other Digital Humanities content designed by undergraduates that can be used in high school and college classrooms across the world.

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