Educationalist (see also 'Scholars')
- Tanaka Hozumi (1876-1944): Enlightened Educationalist at Waseda
- Yasui Tetsu (1870-1945): Promoter of Women's Higher Education
Author: Morita, Nori
Tanaka Hozumi (1876-1944) was a scholar and renowned university administrator who made a huge contribution to the modernization of Waseda University and guided it through the Second World War. Tanaka has lived in the USA and the UK before starting his career in Japan in 1903.
Author: Tomida, Hiroko
Yasui Tetsu (1870-1945) has been an exceptional figure in the development of women’s higher education. She helped establish the Tokyo Joshi Daigaku (Tokyo Women’s Christian University) and her works have been deeply influenced by her studies at the Cambridge Training College for Women Teachers. Her life in Japan is well documented, however less is known about her experience in the UK. This article focuses on her time in Britain.