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War and Peace in the Art of Tezuka Osamu: The humanism of his epic manga  手塚治虫の作品における戦争と平和−−その長編漫画のヒューマニズム

AMPO in Crisis? US Military's Manga Offers Upbeat Take on US-Japan Relations  安保が危機?−−米軍の漫画、日米関係を陽気に看る

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

Nuke York, New York: Nuclear Holocaust in the American Imagination from Hiroshima to 9/11  カクヨーク、ニューヨーク−−ヒロシマから9.11にかけてアメリカ人の想像した大破壊

Death of the “Legendary Okama” Tōgō Ken: Challenging Commonsense Lifestyles in Postwar Japan  「伝説的オカマ」東郷健の死−−戦後日本における常識的生活様式への挑戦

Radiation as Cultural Talisman: Nuclear Weapons Testing and American Popular Culture in the Early Cold War

Leaving Asia? The Meaning of Datsu-A and Japan’s Modern History アジアを去る? 脱亞の意味と日本の近代史

Japan's 1968: A Collective Reaction to Rapid Economic Growth in an Age of Turmoil 日本の1968 混乱期の高度成長への共同体的反応