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Hiroshima: A Visual Record

The Art and Life of Korean Poet Ko Un: Cross-cultural Communication 韓国詩人高銀の芸術と生涯ーー通文化的コミュニケイション

Indra’s Net: The Spiritual Universe of Miyazawa Kenji  因陀羅の網

“Your Own Sensitivity, At Least”: Remembering the Postwar Poet Ibaragi Noriko, an Appreciation and Four Translations   「自分の感受性くらい」−−戦後派詩人茨木のり子、鑑賞と翻訳四篇

Pebbles of Poetry: The Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami  詩の礫−−東北の地震と津波

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

Bombs Bursting in Air: State and citizen responses to the US firebombing and Atomic bombing of Japan あぁ、宙に響きわたる爆音 米国の空襲、原爆投下に対する国家と市民の反応

Exhibiting the Past: China’s Nanjing Massacre Memorial Museum 過去を展示する 南京大虐殺記念観