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Tastes Like War

Re-thinking Jōmon and Ainu in Japanese History

China's Old Working Class: Impoverished and Cast Aside

Screening Love: Relational Practices in Japanese TV Dramas Produced During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Early Meiji Japan and Public History: Ports, Public Memory, Gateways to Understanding through Photography

The Japanese Student Movement in the Cold War Crucible, 1945-1972

Global Agendas 2022 - NATO and RIMPAC

Ainu Ethnogenesis and State Evasion (12th-17th Centuries)

Under British Law: Ho Chi Minh in Hong Kong (1931-33)

The 8 p.m. Battle Cry: The 1923 Earthquake and the Korean Sawagi in Central Tokyo

Time to Remember, Time to Forget: The Battle of Tsushima in Japanese Collective Memory since 1905

Fukushima's Dueling Museums

Contesting Fukushima


Entangled Memories of Two World Wars


The Legacy of the Second Sino-Japanese War in the People’s Republic of China: Mapping the Official Discourses of Memory


Remembering Camp O’Donnell: From Shared Memories to Public History in the Philippines


Remembering and Forgetting the War Dead at Ryōzen Kannon: A Site of Entangled and Transnational War Memories


Ambivalence of Identity: Stories of the Japanese War Brides in New Zealand

Japanese Solidarity with U.S.-Occupied Okinawa in the 1950s: Reflections on the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Reversion of Okinawa to Japan

A Japanese Initiative for Peace in the Russia-Ukraine War