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Alexis Dudden is an Associate Professor of History at Connecticut College and is the author of Discourse and Power: Japan’s Annexation of Korea, 1910. She is currently conducting research on the politics of apology in the post-1945 era among Japan, Korea, and the United States.
Nominating Article 9 for the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize
Memories and Aporias in the Japan-Korea Relationship
Dangerous Islands: Japan, Korea, and the United States
Abe's Violent Denial: Japan's Prime Minister and the 'Comfort Women'
US Congressional Resolution Calls on Japan to Accept Responsibility for Wartime Comfort Women
The End of Apology
Apology Laid Bare: Colonialism, War and Japanese Historical Memory−−
Korean Americans Enter the Historical Memory Wars on Behalf of the Comfort Women
Bullying and History Don't Mix
The Nomination of Article 9 of Japan's Constitution for a Nobel Peace Prize 9