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History educator

Karl Frederick Friday, American, Japanese History educator. Japan Foundation fellow, 1986-1987, 92, Social Science Research Council, Japan, 1986-1987, Stanford University fellow, 1988-1989, Japan Ministry Education fellow, 1981-1983.


Friday, Karl Frederick was born on February 4, 1957 in Greenville, Mississippi, United States. Son of Fritz Carleton and Ardelle (Freiheit) Friday.


Bachelor of General Studies, University Kansas, 1979. Master of Arts, University Kansas, 1983. AM, Stanford University, 1986.

Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, 1989.


Instructor, Yonsei U. Foreign Language Institute, Seoul, Korea, 1983-1984;instructor, Asian division, U. Maryland., Seoul, Korea, 1983-1984;special instructor, Kitazono High School, Tokyo, 1987-1988;instructor, Inter-Tokyo School of Interpreting, Tokyo, 1988;instructor Asian division, U. Maryland., Tokyo, 1987-1988;assistant professor, U. San Diego, 1989-1990;assistant professor of history, U. Georgia, Athens, 1990-1993;associate professor of history, U. Georgia, Athens, since 1993. Consultant Team Axxess, Tokyo, since 1989, Friday Canning Corporation, New richmond, Wisconsin, 1986-1992, board directors. Member of advisory county Kashima-Shinryu, Tokyo, since 1982.


Instructor scuba Professional Association of Diving Instructors, since 1993. Board directors Kashima Federation Martial Sciences. Member American Association of University Professors, Association for Asian Studies, American History Association, Southern History Association, Shigaku Kai.


Married ChiƩ Tanaka, February 7, 1987.

Fritz Carleton Friday

Ardelle (Freiheit) Friday

ChiƩ Tanaka