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No.34(2023)Division, Diversity, and Unity

2023.12.13 The Japanese Journal of American Studies

1. Editor’s Introduction

3. Seong-Ho LIM, What Kind of “America” Mattered in the State Building of South Korea? The “Tudor” Polity and the “Progressive” State
29. Yoshiko UZAWA, The Yellow Jacket (1912): Chinese Opera as Techne in Early Twentieth-Century American Theatre
45. Hiro MATSUBARA, “What a Quickening It Was to My Soul”: The Emergence of Women’s Autonomy in the New York Religious Tract Society, 1812–1826
67. Junko ISONO KATO, Counting Diversity in an Attempt to Achieve Unity: How the Three-Fifths Clause United and Divided Americans
89. Yuki ODA, Family Unity and “Noncitizen Citizenship”: The Advocacy of the International Institutes on Behalf of Separated Families
111. Shunta MATSUMOTO, The Role of Congress in the Current Polarized Age: Unified Decision-Maker or Partisan Arena?
137. Yutaka NAKAMURA, Informal Mediation on the Street: An Ethnographic Exploration of Discrimination and Division within Muslim Communities in Harlem

163. English Language Works by JAAS members 2021

No.033 (2022) Mobility/Immobility

2022.04.01 The Japanese Journal of American Studies

1. Editor’s Introduction

5. Takahiro SAKANE, Mobile Monuments: Dialectic of Commemoration in Henry James’s The American Scene
25. Yuri SAKUMA, African American Migration Narratives of the Harlem Renaissance: Jazz as a Symbol of Racial Uplift, “Low-Down” Migrants, and Black20232023 Feminism
45. Manako OGAWA, Konpira-san as Enemy Asset: The Contestation and Confrontation over the Interpretation of a Shinto Sea Deity and the Kotohira Jinsha v. McGrath Case in 1949
67. Ichiro MIYATA, “A Must for Atlanta’s Future”: Metropolitan Atlanta and the Rapid Transit Idea, 1963-65
87. Yuka MIZUTANI, Promotion of Gastronomic Traditions in the Sonoran Desert and Changes in the Representation of the US-Mexico Borderlands
109. Masahito WATANABE, Mobilizing Party Participation: Defending the Iowa Caucuses
133. Yoshiaki FURUI, Through an “Impenetrable Thicket”: Penetrating Depth and Alterity in Melville’s Typee
151. Shogo TANOKUCHI, Freaky Asian Junks: Herman Melville and Antebellum Exhibition Culture

173. English-Language Works by JAAS Members 2020

No.032 (2021) Transnationalism

2021.04.01 The Japanese Journal of American Studies

1. Editors Introduction

7. Yuko TAKAHASHI, Transgender Students and New Admission Policies at Historically Signifi cant Women’s Colleges in Twenty-First Century United States and Japan

29. Nozomi FUJIMURA, Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Transnational Revision of America and Civil Wars: The American Claimant Manuscripts Reconsidered

51. Takayuki TATSUMI, The Laws of Literary Life Cycle: Reading Mark Twain’s Is He Dead? as a Transnational Play

71. Keiko ARAKI, Transnational Nationalism: Revisiting the Garvey Movement

91. Yoshie TAKAMITSU, Interwar Transnational Network and the British Commonwealth: The Institute of Pacifi c Relations and Transformation of Relations among the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States, 1942-43

109. English-Language Works by JAAS Members 2019

No.031 (2020) Community

2020.04.01 The Japanese Journal of American Studies

1. Editors Introduction

3. Izumi OGURA, The Concord Community: Ralph Waldo Emerson and the Antislavery Movement

21. Yuko MATSUMOTO, Community Building in Harlem: The New York Age in the 1910s

45. Michiyo KITAWAKI, The Making of Western Dressmaking Culture in the Hawai’i Nikkei Community before World War II

65. Bruce P. BOTTORFF, Forging American Womanhood: The Acculturation of Second-Generation Immigrant Girls in Honolulu, 1917-1938

87. Yushi YAMAZAKI, Becoming Internationalist Subjects: The Growth of Multiracial Labor Organizing among Japanese Immigrant Communities in California, 1925-1933

111. Ayako SAHARA, Sharing the Travail of Reeducation Camps, Expelling the Betrayer: The Politics of Deportation in a Vietnamese American Community

133. Kumiko NOGUCHI, Keeping the Indian Tribal Community Together: Nation Building and Cultural Sovereignty in the Indian Casino Era

157. Satomi MINOWA, “Free Love” in Sectional Debates over Slavery in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America

179. Koji ITO, Contesting Alaskan Salmon: Fishing Rights, Scientifi c Knowledge, and a US-Japanese Fishery Dispute in Bristol Bay in the 1930s

201. Mai ISOYAMA, The Asia Foundation’s Cold War Infl uence on Tadao Yanaihara’s Educational Research Institute in Japan

223. English-Language Works by JAAS Members 2018

No.030 (2019) Democracy

2019.04.01 The Japanese Journal of American Studies

No.029 (2018) Memory

2018.04.01 The Japanese Journal of American Studies

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

No.028 (2017) America and the World

2017.04.01 The Japanese Journal of American Studies

No.027 (2016) Japan and the United States

2016.04.01 The Japanese Journal of American Studies

1. Toshikazu MASUNAGA, Beyond the American Landscape:Tourism and the Significance of Hawthorne’s Travel Sketches

21. Hisayo OGUCHI, Little House in the Far East:The American Frontier Spirit and Japanese Girls’ Comics

45. Tosh MINOHARA, The Russo-Japanese War and the Transformation of US-Japan Relations: Examining the Geopolitical Ramifications

69. Yuji ONIKI, Through the Eyes of Ancient Egyptians: Franz Boas and Tanizaki Junichirô on Modern Japan

97. Keiko NITTA, Black Bottom of Modernity:The Racial Imagination of Japanese Modernism in the 1930s

123. Yoneyuki SUGITA, The Yoshida Doctrine as a Myth

145. Ayako KUSUNOKI, Consensus Building on Use of Military Bases in Mainland Japan: US-Japan Relations in the 1950s

167. Shinsuke TOMOTSUGU, After the Hegemony of the “Atoms for Peace” Program: Multilateral Nonproliferation Policy under the Nixon and Ford Administrations

189. Ikue KINA, Postwar US Presence in Okinawa and Border Imagination: Stories of Eiki Matayoshi and Tami Sakiyama

211. Okiyoshi TAKEDA, Closing the Gap: The Japanese American Leadership Delegation Program and Increasing Involvement of Japanese Americans in US-Japan Relations

235. Yasuko KASE, Diasporic War Memory in Juliet S. Kono’s Anshū: Dark Sorrow

257. English-Language Works by JAAS Members 2014

No.026 (2015) Family

2015.04.01 The Japanese Journal of American Studies

No.025 (2014) Dissent

2014.04.01 The Japanese Journal of American Studies

1. Editor’s Introduction

5. Gavin James Campbell, “We Must Learn Foreign Knowledge”: The Transpacific Education of a Samurai Sailor, 1864-1865.

25. Etsuko Taketani, “Spies and Spiders”: Langston Hughes and Transpacific Intelligence Dragnets.

49. Haruo Iguchi, Psychological Warfare during the American Occupation of Japan: The Documentary Film Project of Shu Taguchi and Bonner Fellers, 1949-1951.

67. Kyoko Matsunaga, Leslie Marmon Silko and Nuclear Dissent in the American Southwest.

89. Yasumasa Fujinaga, Black Power at the Polls: The Harold Washington Campaign of 1983 and the Demise of the Democratic Machine in Chicago.

111. Chieko Kitagawa Otsuru, The US Domestic Front: Politics over Displaced Iraqis.

135. English-Language Works by JAAS Members 2012