Sarah Kovner has taught a range of  lecture and seminar courses, including surveys of modern Japanese history, modern Korean history, the Pacific War, and gender in Japanese history. She has also taught graduate courses on the US and the World as well as gender and sexuality in international history. This year she is teaching “War and Captivity” and “Gender and Power on the Pacific Rim” at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs.

Gender and Power on the Pacific Rim

War and Captivity

The Pacific War 1937-1945

Modern Japan: History and Memory in the 20th Century