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Norma Field, translator, is a professor emerita, University of Chicago. Recent publications include Fukushima Radiation: Will You Still Say No Crime Has Been Committed? (editor and co-translator, 2015); “From Fukushima: To Despair Properly, To Find the Next Step (September 1, 2016); For Dignity, Justice, and Revolution: An Anthology of Japanese Proletarian Literature (co-editor and translator, 2016; see The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, “Art as a Weapon,” February 15, 2018); Ima heiwa o honki de kataru ni wa: Inochi, jiyu, rekishi (To seriously talk peace today: Life, freedom, history, 2018); “No One Who Is Alive Today”… An Introduction to “The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster and the Tokyo Olympics” (March 1, 2019). 

This Will Still Be True Tomorrow: “Fukushima Ain’t Got the Time for Olympic Games”: Two Texts on Nuclear Disaster and Pandemic
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The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster and the Tokyo Olympics
The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster and the Tokyo Olympics
“Art as a Weapon”: Japanese Proletarian Literature on the Centenary of the 1917 Russian Revolution
Grassroots Struggle in the US and Okinawa: The Visible and the Invisible
Instability, the Crisis of Politics, and Social Movements: The Contemporary World and Japan
From Fukushima: To Despair Properly, To Find the Next Step
What Can Home Economics Be? Education, Gender, and the Making of Schoolteacher Sonoda Mineko in a Hokkaido Mining Town
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The Impact of “Comfort Woman” Revisionism on the Academy, the Press, and the Individual: Symposium on the U.S. Tour of Uemura Takashi
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'Comfort Women' Denial and the Japanese Right
'Comfort Woman' Revisionism Comes to the U.S.: Symposium on The Revisionist Film Screening Event at Central Washington University
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Journalist Who Broke Comfort Women Story Files 16.5 million Yen Libel Suit Against Bungei Shunju: Uemura Takashi’s Speech to the Press
Complicity and Victimhood: Director Kamanaka Hitomi's Nuclear Warnings −−
Commercial Appetite and Human Need: The Accidental and Fated Revival of Kobayashi Takiji's Cannery Ship
Why I Went to Iraq. Reflections of a Japanese Hostage
Gendered Labor Justice and the Law of Peace: Nakajima Michiko and the 15-Woman Lawsuit Opposing Dispatch of Japanese Self-Defense Forces to Iraq
The Courts, Japan's 'Military Comfort Women,' and the Conscience of Humanity: The Ruling in VAWW-Net Japan v. NHK