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Noriko Manabe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Music and Associated Faculty in the Department of East Asian Studies at Princeton University, where she teaches courses in popular music and ethnomusicology. She has published articles on Japanese rap, mobile music, and Cuban music, and has articles in press on Japanese hip-hop DJs, wartime children's songs, and online radio. She is currently preparing monographs on musical subcultures in Japan (rock, hip-hop, reggae, dance music), the history of Japanese children's songs, and music and the Japanese antinuclear movement. Information about her work can be found at www.norikomanabe.com.
Uprising: Music, youth, and protest against the policies of the Abe Shinzō government
Music in Japanese Antinuclear Demonstrations: The Evolution of a Contentious Performance Model
Straight Outta Ichimiya: The Appeal of a Rural Japanese Rapper ！
The No Nukes 2012 Concert and the Role of Musicians in the Anti-Nuclear MovementNo Nukes 2012