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: Submissions to Cornell University’s 2021 Selden Prize Competition for translations from Japanese is coming up fast! Materials may be submitted electronically or by hard copy by August 1. Translations of works from across all time periods and genres are welcomed! For details see the prize announcement at: 
http://asianstudies.cornell.edu/selden-prize

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'