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Scientific Stereotypes East and West (available in Spanish)

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

Textbook Nationalism: Perspectives on China, Japan and Korea

Teacher Suicides and the Future of Japanese Education

Inoue Hisashi: Crusader with a Pen

Japan's Education Law Reform and the Hearts of Children

Literature, Ideology and Japan's Revised Education Law: Kinoshita Junji's Yuzuru

Light Behind the Fall: Japan's Electricity Consumption, the Environment, and Economic Growth

The Kingdom of Tonga and the Fight Against Feudalism in the Pacific Islands

War is the Only Solution. A 31-year-old freeter explains the plight and future of Japan's Marginal Workers