Masuda Hajimu (family name Masuda, 益田 肇) is a historian of 20th century Asia and U.S. foreign relations. He focuses on the histories of ordinary people and their violence, as well as the recurrent rise of grassroots social conservatism in the globalized modern world.
Masuda Hajimu has accepted a position as a Visiting Fellow at CRASSH & Wolfson College, University of Cambridge in 2020.
Masuda Hajimu has accepted a position as a Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Advanced Social Sciences, Waseda University.
Masuda Hajimu has accepted a position as a residential fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars, Washington DC, US, during the 2017-18 academic year.
Assistant Professor Masuda Hajimu (Department of History) was recently granted the FASS Award for Promising Researcher (APR). This award is presented to researchers who have produced research that shows potential impact and promise.