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The Editors

 

Articles by Tomomi Yamaguchi

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Tomomi Yamaguchi is an associate professor of Anthropology at Montana State University. She is a co-author (with Nogawa Motokazu, Tessa Morris-Suzuki and Emi Koyama) of Umi wo Wataru Ianfu Mondai: Uha no Rekishisen wo Tou [The “Comfort Woman” Issue Goes Overseas: Questioning the Right-wing “History Wars”], Iwanami Shoten, 2016, and contributed a chapter in Shūkan Kin’yōbi, Narusawa Mueno ed., Nippon Kaigi to Jinja Honchō [Nippon Kaigi and the Association of Shintō Shrines] (Kinyobi 2016). She is also an author of “Press Freedom under Fire: “Comfort women,” the Asahi Affair and Uemura Takashi” in Jeff Kingston ed., Press Freedom in Contemporary Japan, Routledge, 2017.