Martin Dusinberre teaches at the University of Zurich. His research focuses on the history of Japan’s engagement with the Pacific world from the mid-19th to mid-20th centuries. In the last decade he has published on the history of transpacific migration, shipping, sugar plantation labour and Japanese conceptions of the ‘Pacific age’. He is currently completing his second monograph, on the constitution of ‘the’ archive in an age of global history. He has co-edited special issues of The Journal of Global History (2016), Historische Anthropologie (2019) and the Historical Journal (2021), and since 2020 he has been on the Editorial Board of Past & Present.