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Articles by Tessa Morris-Suzuki

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Tessa Morris-Suzuki is Professor Emerita of Japanese History at the Australian National University. Her current research focuses on the history of the indigenous people of the Okhotsk Sea region, and her most recent publications include Japan’s Living Politics: Grassroots Action and the Crises of Democracy (2020), On the Frontiers of History: Rethinking East Asian Borders (2020) and The Korean War in Asia: A Hidden History (edited, 2018).

tmorrissuzuki@gmail.com

Indigenous Diplomacy: Sakhalin Ainu (Enchiw) in the Shaping of Modern East Asia (Part 1: Traders and Travellers)
Indigenous People Between Empires: Sakhalin through the Eyes of Charles Henry Hawes
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Indigenous Rights and the ‘Harmony Olympics’
Performing Ethnic Harmony: The Japanese Government’s Plans for a New Ainu Law
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The Constitution, Human Rights and Pluralism in Japan: Alternative Visions of Constitutions Past and Future
Long Journey Home: A Moment of Japan-Korea Remembrance and Reconciliation
You Don't Want to Know About the Girls? The 'Comfort Women', the Japanese Military and Allied Forces in the Asia-Pacific War
Democracy's Porous Borders: Espionage, Smuggling and the Making of Japan's Transwar Regime (Part 2)
Democracy's Porous Borders: Espionage, Smuggling and the Making of Japan's Transwar Regime (Part I)
Addressing Japan’s ‘Comfort Women’ Issue From an Academic Standpoint
Lavish are the Dead: Re-envisioning Japan's Korean War
The Re-Branding of Abe Nationalism: Global Perspectives on Japan
Freedom of Hate Speech; Abe Shinzo and Japan's Public Sphere
Out With Human Rights, In With Government-Authored History: The Comfort Women and the Hashimoto Prescription for a ‘New Japan’
Post-War Warriors: Japanese Combatants in the Korean War−−
Tunneling Through Nationalism: The Phenomenology of a Certain Nationalist-
Exodus to North Korea Revisited: Japan, North Korea, and the ICRC in the “Repatriation” of Ethnic Koreans from Japan−−
Guarding the Borders of Japan: Occupation, Korean War and Frontier Controls−−
Ko Tae Mun, Ko Chung Hee, and the Osaka Family Origins of North Korean Successor Kim Jong Un
To the Diamond Mountains: A Hundred Year Journey Through China and Korea, 1910-2010−−1910−2010
The Forgotten Japanese in North Korea: Beyond the Politics of Abduction
Remembering the Unfinished Conflict: Museums and the Contested Memory of the Korean War
Refugees, Abductees, Returnees: Human Rights in Japan-North Korea Relations
Migrants, Subjects, Citizens: Comparative Perspectives on Nationality in the Prewar Japanese Empire
Who is Responsible? The Yomiuri Project and the Enduring Legacy of the Asia-Pacific War
Japan's 'Comfort Women': It's time for the truth (in the ordinary, everyday sense of the word)
The Forgotten Victims of the North Korean Crisis
Free Speech - Silenced Voices: The Japanese Media, the Comfort Women Tribunal, and the NHK Affair
Invisible Immigrants: Undocumented Migration and Border Controls in Early Postwar Japan
When is a Terrorist not a Terrorist?