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Writing Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the 21st Century: A New Generation of Historical Manga 21世紀において広島・長崎を書くーー新世代の歴史マンガ

Charter 08 Framer Liu Xiaobo Awarded Nobel Peace Prize. The Troubled History and Future of Chinese Liberalism 零八憲章、中国リベラリズムの悩みある歴史と将来

South Korea's Kwangju Uprising: Fiction and Film  韓国光州事件−−小説と映画

The New Korean Cinema, Kwangju and the Art of Political Violence  韓国の新しい映画製作、光州、および政治的暴力

The 'Illusion' of Homogeneous Japan and National Character: Discourse as a Tool to Transcend the 'Myth' vs. 'Reality' Binary  単民族日本という"幻影”と国民性——神話対現実の二項対立を超える手立てとしての言説

Healing Old Wounds with Manga Diplomacy. Japan’s Wartime Manga Displayed at China’s Nanjing Massacre Memorial Museum

Stop the Press? The Sankei and the State of Japan's Newspaper Industry  印刷機作業停止?産經と日本の新聞業界

Between Migrant and Minjung: The Changing Face of Migrant Cultural Activism in Korea  移住者とミンジュン(民衆)のはざまで−−韓国における移住者の文化的政治運動の変貌

Misunderstanding Hiroshima  広島を誤解する

A Drink Called Paradise: Nuclear Legacy in the South Pacific  楽園という名の飲み物——南太平洋における核の遺産