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Life After the Great East Japan Earthquake: A Report from One Miyagi Fishing Community 震災後の生活:宮城県七ヶ浜より

Students in the field at the site of the Great East Japan Earthquake  東日本大震災被災地での大学生現場活動

Local Perspectives On the Tsunami Disaster: Untold Stories From the Sanriku Coast  津波災害への地域の見方−−三陸海岸の知られざる物語

The Fukushima Nuclear Crisis and the Fight for Compensation  福島原発危機および補償への闘い

Responding to Disaster: Japan's 3.11 Catastrophe in Historical Perspective  災害への反応−−3.11を歴史的に観る

Being Okinawan in Japan: The Diaspora Experience  日本において沖縄人であることーーディアスポラ経験

Food Safety in Japan: One Year after the Nuclear Disaster  日本における食品安全性ーー原発事故より一年

Fukushima One Year On: Nuclear workers and citizens at risk 福島一周年−−危険にさらされる作業員と市民 

Radiation Decontamination in Fukushima: a critical perspective from the ground  福島における放射性物質除去−−現地よりの批判的視点

Living Along the Fenceline and Standing Army: The American Empire of Bases  「米軍基地フェンスに沿って住む」および「常備軍」