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Yasukuni Shrine at the Heart of Japan's National Debate: History, Memory, Denial

Karma, War and Inequality in Twentieth Century Japan

The Kamikaze in Japanese and International Film

Enshrinement Politics: War Dead and War Criminals at Yasukuni Shrine

Hammering Down the Educational Nail: Abe Revises the Fundamental law of Education

Ruth Benedict's Obituary for Japanese Culture

Exhibiting World War II in Japan and the United States

The Tongue That Divided Life and Death. The 1923 Tokyo Earthquake and the Massacre of Koreans.

Oda Makoto, Beheiren and 14 August 1945: Humanitarian Wrath against Indiscriminate Bombing

Heroic Resistance and Victims of Atrocity: Negotiating the Memory of Japanese Imperialism in Chinese Museums