Articles by Nathan Hopson

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Nathan Hopson is a historian of modern Japan. He is currently a postdoctoral associate at Yale University’s Council on East Asian Studies, where he is completing a book manuscript on Japanese postwar regionalism and nationalism in global context. Forthcoming works include “Takahashi Tomio’s Phoenix: Recuperating Hiraizumi, Part 1 (1950-1971)” (Journal of Japanese Studies, 40, no. 2), and “Takahashi Tomio’s Henkyō: Eastern Easts and Western Wests” (Nichibunken Japan Review, summer 2014).