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Teacher Suicides and the Future of Japanese Education

Yasukuni: Behind the Torii: From government-run shrine for war heroes to bone of contention

World War II as Trauma, Memory and Fantasy in Japanese Animation

The Emperor Showa standing at ground zero: on the (re-)configuration of a national memory of the Japanese people

The Flag and the Anthem: Enforcing Japanese Patriotism

Hirohito and History: Japanese and American Perspectives on the Emperor and World War II in Asia

Yasukuni Shrine: Ritual and Memory

The Tokyo Tribunal, War Responsibility and the Japanese People

The "Comfort Women" Controversy: History and Testimony

Remembering the Nanking Massacre