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The Metaphysical Can Opener
Study-abroad in Japan under COVID-19: Emerging Parallels with a Course on Environmental Pollution
Indigenous Diplomacy: Sakhalin Ainu (Enchiw) in the Shaping of Modern East Asia (Part 1: Traders and Travellers)
Japan, Australia, and the Rejigging of Asia-Pacific Alliances
Korean Repatriation and Historical Memory in Postwar Japan: Remembering the Ukishima-maru Incident at Maizuru and Shimokita
The 8th Wonder of the World: Inside Foxconn’s empty buildings, empty factories, and empty promises in Wisconsin
Planning for War: Elite Staff Officers in the Imperial Japanese Army and the Road to World War II
Daisy’s Story: Filipina Migrants and Other Women in the Shadow of the U.S. Military Bases in Okinawa
Mind the Gender Gap: Kawakami Mieko, Murata Sayaka, Feminism and Literature in Japan
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Between a Forgotten Colony and an Abandoned Prefecture: Okinawa’s Experience of Becoming Japanese in the Meiji and Taishō Eras
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Forced Labour in Imperial Japan’s First Colony: Hokkaidō
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Recycled Images: 21st Century Edition of Fukuzawa Yukichi’s Geography Textbook
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A Japanese Anomaly: Theodore Roosevelt and Japan’s Racial Identity at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
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To Adopt a Small or Large State Mentality: The Iwakura Mission and Japan’s Meiji-era Foreign Policy Dilemma
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Introduction: Race and Empire in Meiji Japan
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Special Issue: Race and Empire in Meiji Japan (Table of Contents)
“Take Science Seriously and Value Ethics Greatly”: Health Effects of Fukushima Nuclear Disaster
A Race to War: Japanese Public Intellectuals and Racial Explanations of the Russo-Japanese War
Yun Isang, Media, and the State: Forgetting and Remembering a Dissident Composer in Cold-War South Korea
The Battlefield Experience of Japanese Soldiers in the Asia-Pacific War