No.024(2013) War

2013.04.01 英文ジャーナル

1. Editor’s Introduction

7. Priscilla WALD, Botanophobia: Fear of Plants in the Atomic Age
29. Eisaku KIHARA, The Politicization of the Slavery Issue in the Early American Republic
47. Yukiko OHSHIMA, Herman Melville’s “Pequot Trilogy”: The Pequot War in Moby-Dick, Israel Potter, and Clarel
67. Yoshiya MAKITA, Professional Angels at War: The United States Army Nursing Service and Changing Ideals of nursing at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
87. Shusuke TAKAHARA, America’s Withdrawal from Siberia and Japan-US Relations
105. Takeya MIZUNO, A Disturbing and Ominous Voice from a Different Shore: Japanese Radio Propaganda and Its Impact on the US Government’s Treatment of Japanese Americans during World war II
125. Hiroo NAKAJIMA, Beyond War: The Relationship between Takagi Yasaka and Charles and Mary beard
145. Takakazu YAMAGISHI, War, Veterans, and Americanism: The Political Struggle over VA Health care after World War II
165. Itsuki KURASHINA, “Let the MLF Sink Out of Sight”: The Cold War and the Atlantic Alliance during the Johnston Administration
185. Takayoshi ISHIWARI, Rainbow’s Light: Or, “Illuminations” in Thomas Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow
203. Takeshi UESUGI, Is Agent orange a Poison? : Vietnamese Agent Orange Litigation and the New Paradigm of Poison

223. English-Language Works by JAAS Members 2011

No.023(2012) Race and Ethnicity

2012.04.01 英文ジャーナル

1. Editor’s Introduction

7. Akiko Ochiai, Continuing Skirmishes in Harpers Ferry: Entangled Memories of Heyward Shepherd and John Brown
27. Motoe Sasaki, Excludable Aliens vs. One National People: The U.S. Chinese Exclusion Policy and the Racialization of Chinese in the United States and China
51. Brian Masaru Hayashi, From Race to Nation: The Institute of Pacific Relations, Asian Americans, and George Blakeslee, from 1908 to 1929
73. Hiromi Monobe, From “Vanishing Race” to Friendly Ally: Japanese American Perceptions of Native Hawaiians during the Interwar Years
97. Koichi Suwabe, Faulkner’s Black and White Oedipal Drama in “The Fire and the Hearth”
117. Noriko Shimada, The Emergence of Okinawan Ethnic Identity in Hawai’i: Wartime and Postwar Experiences
139. Hiroshi Kitamura, America’s Racial Limits: U.S. Cinema and the Occupation of Japan
163. Tasuku Todayama, Transnational Labor Activism against Migrant Labor: The Post-World War II U.S.-Mexican Labor Alliance for Border Control
185. Hideaki Kami, Ethnic Community, Party Politics, and the Cold War: The Political Ascendancy of Miami Cubans, 1980-2000
209. Ayako Uchida, Searching for Indigenous Alliances: International NGOs of the United States and Canada in the 1970s
231. Keiko Miyamoto, Toni Morrison and Kara Walker: The Interaction of Their Imaginations
263. Makoto Kurasaki, The Sociopolitical Role of the Black Church in Post-Civil Rights Era America
285. Yuko Kurahashi, Finding, Reclaiming, and Reinventing Identity through DNA: The DNA Trail

305. English-Language Works by JAAS Members 2010

No.022(2011) Affluence and Poverty

2011.04.01 英文ジャーナル

1. Editor’s Introduction

7. Kevin Gaines, Stevie Wonder’s Songs in the Key of Life and the “Long Civil Rights Movement”
25. Natsuki Aruga, Is a Japanese Standpoint Useful for Studying about America?: Child Labor during World War II Revealed in Comparative Perspective
47. Mikayo Sakuma, “Povertiresque”: The Representation of Irish Immigrants in Nineteenth-Century America
63. Kotaro Nakano, How the Other Half Was Made: Perceptions of Poverty in Progressive Era Chicago
89. Tetsuo Uenishi, Are the Rich Different?: Creating a Culture of Wealth in The Great Gatsby
109. Kazuhiko Goto, Reading William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying as a Poverty Narrative
125. Ichiro Kuraishi, Poverty, Education, and National Policy in the “Affl uent Society”: A Comparison of the United States and Japan in the 1960s
151. Kazuyo Tsuchiya, “Jobs or Income Now!”: Work, Welfare, and Citizenship in Johnnie Tillmon’s Struggles for Welfare Rights
171. Azusa Ono, The Fight for Indian Employment Preference in the Bureau of Indian Affairs: Red Power Activism in Denver, Colorado, and Morton v. Mancari
193. Fuminori Minamikawa, The Japanese American “Success Story” and the Intersection of Ethnicity, Race, and Class in the Post?Civil Rights Era
213. Satomi Yamamoto, Fair Price for Whom?: A Critique of Fairness and Justice in the Albany Park Workers’ Rights Campaign

231. English-Language Works by JAAS Members 2009


No.021(2010) Food

2010.04.01 英文ジャーナル

1. Editor’s Introduction

7. Philip Deloria, Toward an American Indian Abstract:American Studies and Mary Sully’sVision of Mid-Twentieth-CenturyAmerican Culture
31. Makiko Wakabayashi, The Revolt of Female Appetite:Mary E. Wilkins Freeman and Women’s Literary Realism
49. Eijun Senaha, Ready-Made Boys: A Collision of Food and Gender in Ernest Hemingway’s “Big Two-Hearted River”
67. Masahiko Abe, What’s Wrong with the Stomach Specialist: The Ethics of Stomach Disorder in Bernard Malamud’s “The Magic Barrel”
89. Kiyomi Sasame, Food for Survival in Margaret Atwood’s Dystopian Worlds
111. Nanami Suzuki, Popular Health Movements and Diet Reform in Nineteenth-Century America
139. Takahiro Ueyama, America’s Shadow: Americanization of Food and Therapeutic Diets in Victorian London
171. Izumi Ishii, You Are What You Eat: The Relationship between Cherokee Foodways and “Civilization”at Brainerd Mission
189. Takanori Ohashi, Challenges Faced by the U.S. Fishery Policy in Overcoming Overfishing in Federally Managed Waters: Shifting from Traditional to Responsible Fishery Management for Sustainable Seafood
211. Ai Hisano, Home Cooking: Betty Crocker and Womanhood in Early Twentieth-Century America
231. Iris-Aya Laemmerhirt, Imagining the Taste: Transnational Food Exchanges between Japan and the United States

251. English-Language Works by JAAS Members, 2008

No.020(2009) Peace

2009.04.01 英文ジャーナル

1. Editor’s Introduction

7. Vicki L. Ruiz, Why Latino History Matters to U.S. History
27. Toru Onozawa, The Search for an American Way of Nuclear Peace: The Eisenhower Administration Confronts Mutual Atomic Plenty
47. Midori Yoshii, Reducing the American Burden? U.S. Mediation between South Korea and Japan, 1961-1965
67. Sayuri Guthrie-Shimizu, Architects of a Masquerade Peace: The United States and the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games
89. Nikhil Pal Singh, Beyond the “Empire of Jim Crow”: Race and War in Contemporary U.S. Globalism
113. Yoshio Takanashi, Emerson and Zhu Xi: The Role of the “Scholar” in Pursuing “Peace”
131. Naoko Sugiyama, From the Woman Warrior to Veterans of Peace: Maxine Hong Kingston’s Pacifist Textual Strategies
149. Viet Thanh Nguyen, Remembering War, Dreaming Peace: On Cosmopolitanism, Compassion, and Literature
175. Takeshi Kimura, The Cosmology of Peace and Father Thomas Berry’s “Great Work”
193. Anri Morimoto, Forgiving Is Fore-giving: Reaching out for Peace in Interpersonal Relations
211. Kimiyo Ogawa, Fearing American Wilderness: Materialism in Charles Brockden Brown’s Edgar Huntly

231. English-Language Works by JAAS Members 2007

No.019(2008) The City

2008.04.01 英文ジャーナル

1. Editor’s Introduction

7. Emory Elliott, Terror, Aesthetics, and the Humanities in the Public Sphere
25. Naochika Takao, Sex and the City: The Reconstruction of Middle-Class Urban Consciousness in The Scarlet Letter
43. Shitsuyo Masui, Reading The House of the Seven Gables in the Context of the Nineteenth-Century Urban Burial Reform Movement
63. Yuko Nakagawa, From City of Culture to City of Consumption: Boston in Henry James’s The Bostonians
83. Yuko Matsukawa, Defi ning the American Flaneuse:Constance Fenimore Woolson and “A Florentine Experiment”
103. Kiyohiko Murayama, Dreiser and the Wonder and Mystery and Terror of the City
123. Julia Leyda, Space, Class, City: Gwendolyn Brooks’s Maud Martha
139. Naomi Tonooka, Art and Urban Space: Rent, the East Village, and the Construction of Meaning
159. Takayuki Nishiyama, The American Welfare State and the City: The Politics of the Social Welfare Policy in New York City under the Lindsay Administration
177. Masaharu Yasuoka, City-County Separation and Consolidation in the United States: The Impact on Urban Growth
197. Noritaka Yagasaki, Origins of Cities and Urbanization in Nineteenth-Century Southern California: Regional Changes in the Context of Three Economic-Cultural Regions of the Americas
231. Wakako Araki, Gender, Race, and the Idea of Separate Spheres: Neo-Abolitionist Work in South Carolina Sea Islands
239. Ichiro Miyata, Manufacturing Segregation: The Birth and Death of Underground Atlanta, 1969-1981

259. English-Language Works by JAAS Members, 2006

No.018(2007) Proceedings: American Studies in Trans-Pacific Perspective

2007.04.01 英文ジャーナル

1. Editor’s Introduction

5. Karen Halttunen, Transnationalism and American Studies in Place
21. Daizaburo Yui, Historical Lessons in Asian-American Relations: Searching for Inter-Civilizational Dialogue
37. Natsuki Aruga, Introduction: American Studies in Trans-Pacific Perspective
41. Ian Tyrrell, Looking Eastward: Pacific and Global Perspectives on American History in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
59. Jun Furuya, A New Perspective on American History from the Other Side of the Pacific
73. Gary Y. Okihiro, Toward a Pacific Civilization
87. Oscar V. Campomanes, La Revolucion Filipina in the Age of Empire
107. Youzhong Sun, The Trans-Pacific Experience of John Dewey
125. Victor Sumsky, America in East Asia: The Rise and the Waning of a Benevolent Hegemon Image
143. Seong-Ho Lim, Clashing Perceptions of ‘America’ in Trans-Pacific Relations: The Case of Anti-Americanism in South Korea
163. Manako Ogawa, Estranged Sisterhood: The Wartime Trans-Pacific Dialogue of the World’s Woman’s Christian Temperance Union, 1931-1945
187. Toru Umezaki, Breaking through the Cane-Curtain: The Cuban Revolution and the Emergence of New York’s Radical Youth, 1961-1965
209. Taro Futamura, Made in Kentucky: The Meaning of “Local” Food Products in Kentucky’s Farmers’ Markets

229. English-Language Works by JAAS Members, 2005

No.017(2006) Gender

2006.04.01 英文ジャーナル

1. Editor’s Introduction

5. Shelley Fisher Fishkin, Asian Crossroads/Transnational American Studies
53. Hiroyuki Matsubara, The 1910s Anti-Prostitution Movement and the Transformation of American Political Culture
71. Naoko Ono, Gender Ideology in the Rise of Obstetrics
91. Rumi Yasutake, Men, Women, and Temperance in Meiji Japan: Engendering WCTU Activism from a Transnational Perspective
113. Yukako Hisada, Between Factory and School: Women School Teachers in Early Nineteenth-Century New England
129. Keiko Sugiyama, Ellen N. LaMotte, 1873-1961: Gender and Race in Nursing
143. Yuko Matsumoto, Gender and American Citizenship: The Construction of “Our Nation” in the Early Twentieth Century
165. Chieko Kitagawa Otsuru, Re-Gendering Citizenship in Post 9-11 America
183. Taeko Kitahara, Framing the Supernatural: Henry James and F. Marion Crawford
201. Yoshiko Uzawa, “Will White Man and Yellow Man Ever Mix?”: Wallace Irwin, Hashimura Togo, and the Japanese Immigrant in America
223. Joshua Paul Dale, Intact or Cut? Castration and the Phallus in the New Gender Politics
245. Tomoko Nakashima, Defining “Japanese Art” in America
263. Yasuhiro Katagiri, “Let the Word Go Forth”: John F. Kennedy’s Presidential Rhetoric on Civil Rights during the South’s Second Reconstruction

289. English-Language Works by JAAS Members, 2004

No.016(2005) The Pacific and America

2005.04.01 英文ジャーナル

1. Editor’s Introduction

5. Yasuko Takezawa, Transcending the Western Paradigm of the Idea of Race
31. Yuko Matsukawa, Onoto Watanna’s Japanese Collaborators and Commentators
55. Rui Kohiyama, The Clear up a Cloud Hanging on the Pacific Ocean: The 1927 Japan-U.S. Doll Exchange
81. Teruko Kumei, Crossing the Ocean, Dreaming of America, Dreaming of Japan: Transpacific Transformation of Japanese Immigrants in Senryu Poems; 1929-1941
111. Gayle K.Sato, Reconfiguring the “American Pacific”: Narrative Reenactments of Viet Nam in Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Fifth Book of Peace
135. Marie Thorsten, The Political Science Fiction of Challenge to America (PBS,1993)
159. Akifumi Nagata, American Missionaries in Korea and U.S.-Japan Relations 1910-1920
181. Satoshi Nakano, South to South across the Pacific: Ernest E. Neal and Community Development Efforts in the American South and the Philippines
203. Kenji Kajiya, Deferred Instantaneity: Clement Greenberg’s Time Problem

219. English-Language Works by JAAS Members, 2003

No.015(2004) Ideas of Time in America

2004.04.01 英文ジャーナル

1. Editor’s Introduction

5. Stephen H. Sumida, America at War Again: Issues of Ethnicity and Unity
19. Naoki Onishi, American Conceptualization of Time and Jonathan Edwards’ Post-Millennialism Reconsidered
37. Shigeo Fujimoto, Conceptions of Time in the History of Childhood: A Study of Intergenerational Perceptions of Life on the Early New York Frontier
57. Hisayo Ogushi, A Legacy of Female Imagination: Lydia Maria Child and the Tradition of Indian Captivity Narrative
75. Hisao Tanaka, Modes of ‘Different’ Time in American Literature
97. Kenryu Hashikawa, Rural Enterprise and the Northern Economy in the Early Republic: The New Jersey Charcoal Venture as a Test Case
115. Kei Tanaka, Japanese Picture Marriage and the Image of Immigrant Women in Early Twentieth-Century California
139. Sachiko Iwabuchi, The Pursuit of Excellence: Abraham Flexner and His Views on Learning in Higher Education
163. Reiji Matsumoto, From Model to Menace: French Intel-lectuals and American Civilization
187. Mikiko Tachi, Commercialism, Counterculture, and the Folk Music Revival: A Study of Sing Out! Magazine, 1950-1967
213. Kazuyo Tsuchiya, Race, Class, and Gender in America’s “War on Poverty”: The Case of Opal C. Jones in Los Angeles, 1964-1968
237. Miya Shichinohe Suga, Little Tokyo Reconsidered: Transformation of Japanese American Community through the Early Redevelopment Projects
257. Yasuhiro Izumikawa, Strategic Innovation or Strategic Nonsense? Assessing the Bush Administration’s National Security Strategy

273. English-Language Works by JAAS Members, 2002

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