Vincent Chan

Honorary Research Associate, Centre for Japanese Research, IAR

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Vincent Chan is an Honorary Research Associate with the Centre for Japanese Research at the Institute of Asian Research, UBC School of Public Policy and Global Affairs. He is a historian who specializes in the study of medieval Japan and East Asia. His specific research interests include communication, regional politics, and medieval lordship. Vincent received his Ph.D. in History from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in 2020, and has since continued to expand upon his dissertation research, exploring the significance of rumors and military intelligence in affecting the regional administrations of southern Japan in the late 16th century.


Vincent Chan

Honorary Research Associate, Centre for Japanese Research, IAR

Vincent Chan is an Honorary Research Associate with the Centre for Japanese Research at the Institute of Asian Research, UBC School of Public Policy and Global Affairs. He is a historian who specializes in the study of medieval Japan and East Asia. His specific research interests include communication, regional politics, and medieval lordship. Vincent received his Ph.D. in History from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in 2020, and has since continued to expand upon his dissertation research, exploring the significance of rumors and military intelligence in affecting the regional administrations of southern Japan in the late 16th century.

Vincent Chan

Honorary Research Associate, Centre for Japanese Research, IAR

Vincent Chan is an Honorary Research Associate with the Centre for Japanese Research at the Institute of Asian Research, UBC School of Public Policy and Global Affairs. He is a historian who specializes in the study of medieval Japan and East Asia. His specific research interests include communication, regional politics, and medieval lordship. Vincent received his Ph.D. in History from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in 2020, and has since continued to expand upon his dissertation research, exploring the significance of rumors and military intelligence in affecting the regional administrations of southern Japan in the late 16th century.