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Where the Wild Things Are: The Miyazaki Menagerie

Hiroshima Film Cover-up Exposed. Censored 1945 Footage to Air

Scientific Stereotypes East and West (available in Spanish)

Music as Weapon: Ainu musician fights for cultural survival

"The Most Crucial Education": Saotome Katsumoto and Japanese Anti-War Thought

Textbook Nationalism: Perspectives on China, Japan and Korea

A Chronicle of Korea-Japan 'Friendship'

Expressing the horror of Hiroshima in 17 syllables

Teacher Suicides and the Future of Japanese Education

Remembering 'The Good War': The Atomic Bombing and the Internment of Japanese-Americans in U.S. History Textbooks