The Japanese Journal of American Studies (英文ジャーナル)

No.029 (2018) Memory

1. Editors Introduction

3. Michiko SHIMOKOBE,Inland/Oceanic Imagination in  Melville's Redburn: Expansion and Memory in the Political Climate of America

23. Tsuyoshi ISHIHARA, Memory of American Classics: The Legacy of Mark Twain  in US School Textbooks, 1930s-1940s

45. Michio ARIMITSU, De-Occidentalized "Projections in the  Haiku Manner": Poetics of Indeterminacy  and Transcultural Reconfiguration of "Frog Perspectives" in Richard Wright's Last Poems

67. Masumi IZUMI, Gila River Concentration Camp and the Historical Memory of Japanese American Mass Incarceration

89. Akiko OCHIAI, A "New Integration" of Memory  in the National Museum of  African American History and Culture

113. Yoshie TAKAMITSU, Improving US-Japanese Relations through  the News Media: Roy W. Howard, Dentsu, and the Osaka Mainichi

139. English-Language Works by JAAS Members  2016