Medical missions in East Asia, Asian history of medicine, Christianity in Asia, modern Japanese history, gender and labor in Japan, epidemics, popular culture in history
Dr. Perelman's research interests are on the role of foreign evangelical organizations in combating tuberculosis in early 20th century Japan.
"The Japanese Way of Silence and Seclusion: Memes of Imperial Women." The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus.
"The Exponent of Breath: How Foreign Evangelical Organizations Utilized a Public Health Lacuna for Their Own Benefit." The International Journal of Science in Society.
"The Appropriated Geisha: Using Their Role to Discuss Japanese History, Cultural Appropriation, and Orientalism." Education about Asia.
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B.A: Mount Holyoke College
M.A: University of California, Berkeley
Ph.D: University of California, Berkeley
HIST 115: Modern East Asia
HIST 319: Monsters and Modernity: Japanese History Through Horror