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Proposals for Japan and the ROK to Resolve the “Comfort Women” Issue: Creating trust and peace in light of international law 日本と韓国への提言「従軍慰安婦」問題の解決作とは国際法を踏まえて、信頼と平和を築くこと

Dances of Memory, Dances of Oblivion: The Politics of Performance in Contemporary Okinawa 記憶の踊り、忘却の踊り—現代沖縄においてパフォーマンスの政治学

Fukushima Rescue Mission Lasting Legacy: Radioactive Contamination of Americans 福島救援活動の永続する遺産—アメリカ人の被曝

Uncomfortable Questions in the Wake of Nuclear Accidents at Fukushima and Chernobyl チェルノブイリと福島原発事故が突き付けるいやな問い

Cosmetic Surgery and Embodying the Moral Self in South Korean Popular Makeover Culture 韓国のイメージチェンジ文化における整形手術と道徳的主体の体現

Separate and Unequal: The Remedial Japanese Language Classroom as an Ethnic Project 日本の補習言語教育と市民権 民族的課題としての第二言語教室

The Limits of Sovereignty and Post-War Okinawan Migrants in Bolivia 主権の限界と戦後ボリビアへの沖縄移民

Mission Impossible. What Future Fukushima? ミッション・インポッシブル 福島に未来は

Fukushima: Life and the Transnationality of Radioactive Contamination 生命と国境を越える放射能汚染

The Rage of Exile: In the Wake of Fukushima 亡命の憤り 原発事故で故郷が奪われた福島の被災者の証言