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March 01, 2021

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Special Issue: The ‘Comfort Women’ as Public History (Table of Contents)
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Supplement to Special Issue: Academic Integrity at Stake: The Ramseyer Article - Four Letters (Table of Contents)
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Introduction: The “Comfort Women” as Public History - Scholarship, Advocacy and the Commemorative Impulse
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Transmitting Knowledge and Gaining Recognition: Chinese “Comfort Women” Reparation Trials in the 1990s and 2000s
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Slaves to rival nationalisms: UNESCO and the politics of ‘comfort women’ commemoration
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Asia’s global memory wars and solidarity across borders: diaspora activism on the “comfort women” issue in the United States
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Reconstructing the History of the “Comfort Women” System: The Fruits of 28 years of Investigation into the “Comfort Women” Issue in China
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Voices of the ”Comfort Women”: The Power Politics Surrounding the UNESCO Documentary Heritage
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Sexual Violence in Wartime and Peacetime: Violence Against Women in the 20st Century
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When National Narratives Clash in Multinational University Classrooms: A Pedagogical Perspective
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Debating Shusenjo - the Main Battlefield of the Comfort Women Issue: Director Miki Dezaki in conversation with Mark R. Frost and Edward Vickers
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The ‘Comfort Women’ Issue, Freedom of Speech, and Academic Integrity: A Study Aid
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“Contracting for Sex in the Pacific War”: The Case for Retraction on Grounds of Academic Misconduct
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Statement
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The Abuse of History: A Brief Response to J. Mark Ramseyer’s 'Contracting for Sex'