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Rule in the Name of Protection: The Japanese State, the Ainu and the Vocabulary of Colonialism 「保護」という名の支配ー植民地主義のボキャブラリー

On Uranium Art: Artist Ken + Julia Yonetani in Conversation with Asato Ikeda ウラン・アートについて—アーチスト・ケンとジュリア・ヨネタニに池田安里が聞く

The Roadmap for Fukushima Daiichi and the Sacrifice of Japan's Clean-up Workers 福島第一原発のロードマップと除染作業員

Separate and Unequal: The Remedial Japanese Language Classroom as an Ethnic Project 日本の補習言語教育と市民権 民族的課題としての第二言語教室

The politics of global production: Apple, Foxconn and China's new working class グローバル生産の政治学 アップル、富士康と中国における新労働者階級

Water, Water Everywhere: Incentives and Options at Fukushima Daiichi and Beyond 水、水、どこも水 福島第一原発をはじめとしてのインセンティブとオプション

Mind the Gap: 3.11 and the Information Vulnerable 格差に要注意 3.11と情報弱者

Migrant Workers’ Children and China’s Future: The Educational Divide 出稼ぎ労働者の子どもと中国の未来 教育格差

Hannah Arendt, Nidhi Eoseewong, and the Spectre of Totalitarianism in Thailand ハンナ・アーレントとニティ・イオシーウォン タイ王国を彷徨う全体主義の幽霊

Limited Regular Employment and the Reform of Japan’s Division of Labor 限定正規雇用と日本の分業改革