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Articles by Andre Haag

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Andre Haag is Assistant Professor of Japanese literature and culture at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. His other work on the Great Kantō Earthquake Korean massacres in cultural representation and collective memory include “The Passing Perils of Korean Hunting: Zainichi Literature Remembers the Kantō Earthquake Korean Massacres” (Azalea: Journal of Korean Literature & Culture, 2019) and the chapter “Passing, Paranoia, and the Korea Problem: Cultures of ‘Telling the Difference’ in Imperial Japan” in his forthcoming co-edited volume Passing, Posing, Persuasion: Cultural Production and Coloniality in Japan's East Asian Empire (with Christina Yi and Catherine Ryu, University of Hawaii Press, 2023). A Japanese translation of a version of the latter has already appeared in the anthology Tabi o suru Nihongo—Hōhō toshite no gaichi junrei (Shoraisha, 2022). Haag is currently collaborating with Alex Bates and Kenji Hasegawa on a volume that will bring together new English translations and original scholarship shedding light on the 1923 massacres in cultural, historical, and global contexts.