“Two Traditions of Constitutional Monarchy: The United Kingdom and Japan”

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Rideau Canal Junior Ranks Mess

4 Queen Elizabeth Dr., Ottawa, ON

Ottawa, ON K2P 2H9

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“Two Traditions of Constitutional Monarchy: The House of Windsor & The Imperial House of Japan”

Guest speaker, Dr. Jacob Kovalio, Department of History, Carleton University, is a specialist in Japanese, Asian and international history and has been teaching at Carleton University since 1987. In this very topical lecture, Dr. Kovalio will discuss similarities and differences between the world’s two major Constitutional Monarchies: The House of Windsor and The Imperial House of Japan”.

The House of Windsor is the reigning royal house of the United Kingdom and 16 Commonwealth realms. The Imperial House of Japan, according to legend, was founded in 660 BCE by Emperor Jimmu, Japan’s first Emperor, making it the oldest continuous hereditary monarchy in the world.

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Rideau Canal Junior Ranks Mess

4 Queen Elizabeth Dr., Ottawa, ON

Ottawa, ON K2P 2H9

Canada

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