Author: Aaron M. Cohen
Aaron M. Cohen is an economist, consultant and educator who recently returned to the US after living 36 years in Japan. His scholarly interests, however, are concentrated on pre-WW2 exchanges between Japan and the rest of the world in all of the performing arts. His published work includes papers on the dramatic and musical life of foreigners in the treaty-port settlements of Japan ca. the 1860s and on 19th-century japoniste writer Judith Gautier, as well as articles on Sessue Hayakawa and Madame Butterfly.