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Scholarly and Public Responses to “Contracting for Sex in the Pacific War”: The Current State of the Problem, A Report by Concerned Scholars

“Comfort Women” and the Political Economy of Erasure in the Philippines

The Dog with Vanishing Spots (1939)

Sexual Violence and Gender Inequality in Japan

What role did the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and Soviet entry into the war play in Japan’s decision to surrender in the Pacific War? Conversations with Tsuyoshi Hasegawa

Japanese and Korean Perspectives on the Issue of Forced Labor in the Asia-Pacific War

The Politics of Asia-Pacific War Memorialization in Thailand’s Victory Monument and the Philippines’ Shrine of Valor

Traces of an Imperial Japanese Imaginary: Positioning the Japanese & Okinawan Settlements of Southern Alberta, Canada, 1910s-1930s


Giving Earthquake Children the Voice they Deserve One Hundred Years Later


Acts of Humanity, Expectations of Returns: Corporate Giving from America’s Industrial Heartland following the Great Kantō Earthquake


Imaging Disaster: Tokyo and the Visual Culture of Japan’s Great Earthquake of 1923

Mutual Complicity: Denial of War Responsibilities in Japan & the US

Voices from Cheju (Jeju): Towards an Archipelagic Imagination

Memories of Bathtubs and Apples: Touring the Industrial Heritage Information Center, Tokyo

‘Big Brother’ at Brothers Home: Exclusion and Exploitation of Social Outcasts in South Korea

Voices from an Unusual Archive: University Film Circle Writings, 1945-1960

Japan, North Korea, and the Biopolitics of Repatriation

The (Un)social Smells of Death: Changing Tides in Contemporary Japan

A Brief Introduction to Nakahira Takuma’s “The Illusion Called the Documentary: From the Document to the Monument,” 1972

Forging Autocratic Legitimation: Charisma and Mythmaking in Hun Sen’s Cambodia

Curbing Academic Freedom in Japan

Buy with 1-Click: Independent Contracting and Migrant Workers in China’s Last-Mile Parcel Delivery

Kase Hideaki’s Revisionist Vision for Twenty-First-Century Japan: A Final Interview and Obituary

The Burdens of Self-Restraint: Social Measures and the Containment of Covid-19 in Japan

Implicated Reading: Medoruma Shun’s Me no oku no mori and the Ethics of Narrative Transmission

The Hawai‘i Connection: Okinawa’s Postwar Reconstruction and Uchinanchu Identity

How Chinese Migrant Workers Resisted Coconut Colonialism in Samoa

The Dark Shadow Cast by Moon Sun Myung’s Unification Church and Abe Shinzo

“Guilt by Association”: Japanese Canadians and the Nanjing Massacre Commemorative Day

The Double Standard of the Major Military Powers: The International Criminal Court and the Control of Nuclear Weapons

Coalition Moments in Hong Kong’s Anti–Extradition Law Movement: Cross-Racial Solidarities and Their Limitations

The Abe Legacy: A Compendium

The Electoral Paradox: Colonial History, Duterte, and the Return of the Marcoses in the Philippines

Tiger, Tyrant, Bandit, Businessman: A Few Words on the Sources

Demolition Men: The Unmaking of a Memorial Commemorating Wartime Forced Laborers in Gunma (Japan)

China's Old Working Class: Impoverished and Cast Aside

Tastes Like War

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

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

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

Contesting Fukushima

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


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


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


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


Introduction: Re-examining Asia-Pacific War Memories: Grief, Narratives, and Memorials


Finding the Remains of the Dead: Photographs from a Japanese Mission to New Guinea, 1969-1970


A Hero’s Defeat: Modernization Theory and Japanese Veterans’ Asia-Pacific “War Tales”


War, Trauma, and Humanity in a Japanese Veteran’s New Guinea War Memoir: Ogawa Masatsugu’s “Island of Death” (1969)


Robots, Kamikaze and War Memory: How a Children’s Comic can Help us Rethink Postmemory in Postwar Japan