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Module Reading List, 2020-21

The Rise of Modern Japan: From the Meiji Restoration to the Present Day, 2021/22, Semester 2
Dr Adam Cathcart
a.cathcart@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

 

LECTURE PROGRAMME AND READING LISTS

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WEEK 1. Akutagawa Ryunosuke and China

Seminar Reading:

[1.1.] Joshua Fogel, 'Akutagawa Ryunosuke and China,' Chinese Studies in History, Vol.30, No. 4 (July 1997), 6-9.

Reference Reading:

Junliang Huang, ‘The Unsettled Rhetoric of Colour: Race in Akutagawa Ryūnosuke's Travels across China in the 1920s,’ Interventions Vol.21, No. 8 (November 2019), 1188-1206. 

Akutagawa Ryonosuke, ‘Travels in China,’ translated Joshua Fogel and Kiyoko Morita, Chinese Studies in History, Vol.30 No. 4 (July 1997), 10-55.

Sukehiro Hirakawa, ‘Rokumeikan: The Europeanization Fever in Comparative Perspective,’ in Japan's love-hate relationship with the west (Kent: Global Oriental, 2005) 127-148.

Alicia Volk, ‘Authority, Autonomy, and the Early Taisho “Avant Garde”,’ positions: east asia cultures critique pp. 4521-473.

Qi Chen, ‘The Circulation of Oscar Wilde’s Prose and Poems in Japan (1868-1926),’ Literature Compass Vol. 10 No. 2 (2013), pp. 288-299.

Teresa A. Algoso, ‘Thoughts on Hermaphroditism: Miyatake Gaikotsu and the Convergence of the Sexes in Taisho Japan,’ The Journal of Asian Studies Vol. 65, No. 3 (August 2006), pp. 555-573. 

Jung-Sun N. Han, ‘Envisioning a Liberal Empire in East Asia: Yoshino Sakuzo in Taisho Japan,’ Journal of Japanese Studies, Vol. 33 No. 2 (Summer 2007), pp. 357-382. 

Tatiana Linkhoeva, “New Revolutionary Agenda: The Interwar Japanese Left on the ‘Chinese Revolution,’” Cross-currents: East Asian History and Culture Review, No. 24 (September 2017), 83-104. [link]

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WEEK 2: Taisho Japan: Nationalism and Women's Liberation in the 1920s

Seminar Reading:

[2.1.] Barbara Hamill Sato, ‘The Moga Sensation: Perceptions of the Modan Garu in Intellectual Circles in 1920s Japan’ Gender & History Vol. 5 No. 3 (Autumn 1993), 363-381

[2.2.] Aiko Takeuchi-Demirci, ’Birth Control and Socialism: The Frustration of Margaret Sanger and Ishimoto Shizue's Mission,’ The Journal of American-East Asian relations, 2010, Vol.17 (3), p.257-280.

[2.3.] Kita Ikki, ‘Reorganization Plan for Korea and Other present and Future Possessions,’ pp. 208-215 in Brij Tankha, Kita ikki and the Making of Modern Japan: A Vision of empire (Global Oriental, 2006). [Link]

Reference Reading:

Elise K. Tipton, ‘Birth Control and the Population Problem,’ in Society and the State in Interwar Japan, Elise K. Tipton, ed. (London: Routledge, 1997), pp. 42-62. 

K. Yamamura, 'Japan's Deus Ex Machina: Western Technology in the 1920s' The journal of Japanese studies. 12, 1, Winter 1986

Smith, R. J., 'Making village women into "good wives and wise mothers" in prewar Japan' Journal of Family History. 8, 3, 1983; repr. in Tolliday, The economic development of modern Japan, 1868-1945 : from the Meiji Restoration to the Second World War

J.W. Robertson Scott, 'Japan, Great Britain and the World: A Letter to My Japanese Friends' in Critical readings on Japan, 1906-1948 : countering Japan's agenda in East Asia. Series 1 : books, 1906-1948, Vol. 2 (2008)

 Sarah Hyde, ' Japan and Britain at War and Peace' in The journal of Japanese studies., Vol. 37, No. 1 (2011)

Soo-Hun Mun, “A Portrait of a Japanese History Professor at Keijo Imperial University, Korea,” Interventions Vol. 21, No. 3 (2019): 423-443. 

Dudden, Alexis. Japan’s Colonization of Korea: Discourse and Power (University of Hawaii Press, 2005). 

Conroy, Hilary, ‘Government vs. “Patriot”: The Background of Japan’s Asiatic Expansion,’ Pacific Historical Review, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Feb. 1951), pp. 31-42. 

Hata, I. and Coox, A. D., 'Continental Expansion, 1905-41' in Duus, P., ed., The Cambridge history of Japan. Vol. 6. The twentieth century (Cambridge University Press, 1988) 

Nish, Ian. ‘Introduction’ to John Paris (pseud. Frank Ashton-Gwatkin), New York, Boni and Liveright, 1922, vii-xviii, in Critical Readings on Japan, 1906-1948, Countering Japan’s Agenda in East Asia, Series 1: Books, Vol. 2 (2008). vol. 2. 

Smith, R. J., 'Making village women into "good wives and wise mothers" in prewar Japan' Journal of Family History 8, 3, 1983.

Brij Tankha (2006), Kitta Ikki and the Making of Modern Japan: A Vision of Empire. Leiden: Brill. 

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WEEK 3: Japanese Imperialism in Northeast Asia: Manchukuo, 1931-1945

Seminar Reading:

[3.1.]

Yamamuro Shinichi, Manchuria under Japanese domination, translated by Joshua Fogel (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006), Introduction. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

[3.2.]

Bob Tadashi Wakabayashi, ‘”Imperial Japanese” Drug Trafficking in North China: Historiographic Perspectives,’ Sino-Japanese Studies Vol. 13, no. 1.

[3.3.]

Louise Young, Japan’s Total Empire: Manchuria and the Culture of Wartime Imperialism (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998). Chapters 1-3, 8. (selections)

Reference Reading :

Matsuoka Yosuke, Building up Manchuria Tokyo, 1938.

Marc Driscoll, Absolute erotic, absolute grotesque : the living, dead, and undead in Japan's imperialism, 1895-1945 (Duke University Press). [full text online]

Mariko Tamanoi, Crossed histories : Manchuria in the age of empire (Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2005 (put on high demand).

Udagawa, M., 'The Move into Manchuria of the Nissan combine' Japanese yearbook on business history. 7, 1992

Dudden, Alexis. Japan's colonization of Korea : discourse and power (University of Hawaii Press, 2005).

Duus, P., Myers, R. H. and Peattie, M. R., eds., The Japanese informal empire in China, 1895-1937 (Princeton University Press, 1989) esp. essays by Duus

Duus, P., Myers, R. H., and Peattie, M. R., eds., The Japanese wartime empire, 1931-1945 (Princeton University Press, 1996) esp. essays by Duus, Gann, Myers, and Peattie

Hata, I. and Coox, A. D., 'Continental expansion, 1905-41' in Duus, P., ed., The Cambridge history of Japan. Vol 6, The twentieth century (Cambridge University Press, 1988)

Peattie, M. R., 'The Japanese colonial empire, 1895-1945' in Duus, P., ed., The Cambridge history of Japan. Vol 6, The twentieth century (Cambridge University Press, 1988)

Myers, R. H. and Peattie, M. R., eds., The Japanese colonial empire, 1895-1945 (Princeton University Press, 1984) esp. essays by Duus, Ho, Myers, and Jansen

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WEEK 4: Quagmire: The China Incident, 1937-1941

[4.1.] Daqing Yang, ‘Atrocities in Nanjing: Searching for Explanations,’ in The scars of war : the impact of warfare on modern China, Diana Lary and Stephan Mackinnon, eds. (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2001), 76-96. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

[4.2.] J. Mark Ramseyer, ‘Contracting for sex in the Pacific War,' International Review of Law and Economics (December 2020), 1-8.

[4.3.] Bob Tadashi Wakabayashi,'Emperor Hirohito on Localised Aggression in China,' Sino-Japanese Studies Vol. 4, No. 1 (1991), pp. 4-27.

Reference Reading:

Sugihara, K., 'The economic motivations behind Japanese aggression in the late 1930s: perspectives of Freda Utley and Nawa Toichi' Journal of contemporary history. 1997

Bob Tadashi Wakabayashi, The Nanking atrocity, 1937-38 : complicating the picture Oxford : Berghahn, 2007.

Iris Chang, The rape of Nanking : the forgotten holocaust of World War II (1997).

Hattori Satoshi with Edward J. Drea (translated by Daqing Yang), ‘Japanese Operations from July to December 1937,’ in Mark Peattie, Edward Drea and Hans Van de Ven, The battle for China : essays on the military history of the Sino-Japanese War of 1937-1945 (Stanford University Press, 2011), pp. 159-180 and 511-514.

Kawano Hitoshi, ‘Japanese Combat Morale: A Case Study of the Thirty-Seventh Division,’ in Mark Peattie, Edward Drea and Hans Van de Ven, The battle for China : essays on the military history of the Sino-Japanese War of 1937-1945. Stanford University Press, 2011..

Barnhart, M. A., Japan prepares for total war : the search for economic security, 1919-1941 (Cornell University Press, 1987)

Beasley, W. G., Japanese imperialism, 1894-1945 (Clarendon Press, 1987)

Hagiwara Mitsuru, ‘The Japanese Air Campaigns in China, 1937-1945,’ in Mark Peattie, Edward Drea and Hans Van de Ven, The battle for China : essays on the military history of the Sino-Japanese War of 1937-1945 (Stanford University Press, 2011) pp. 237-255, 523-525.

Akira, Fujiwara, 'The Nanking Atrocity: An Interprative Overview' in Japan focus, Vol. 5, Issue 10, No. 0 (2007)

Utley, Freda, 'Population and Conquest', Pacific Affairs10, 1 (1937), 16-30. 

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Week 5. Race, Power, and the United States: The Pacific War, 1941-1945

Core Reading:

[5.1.] Dower, J. W., War without mercy. Race and power in the Pacific war (Faber & Faber, 1986), selections.

[5.2.] Leslie A. Ito, 'Japanese American Women and the Student Relocation Movement, 1942-1945,' Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies, Vol. 21, No. 3, Identity and the Academy (2000), pp. 1-24

[5.3.]

Hane, Mikiso. 1990. “Wartime Internment”. The Journal of American history. 77 (2), 569–75.

Reference Reading:

Kevin Blackburn, 'Recalling War Trauma of the Pacific War and the Japanese Occupation in the Oral History of Malaysia and Singapore,' Oral history review, Vol. 36, No. 2 (Summer - Fall, 2009), pp. 231-252

Stephen G. Craft, 'Peacemakers in China: American Missionaries and the Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1941', Journal of Church and State, 41, 3 (1999), 575-591.

Yanli Gao and Robert Osbern Jr., 'Walter Judd and the Sino-Japanese War: Christian Missionary cum Foreign Policy Analyst',  Journal of Church and State, 58, 4 (2015), 615-632.

Joseph Grew, Ten Years in Japan (London: Hammond, Hammond & Co., 1944).

Tsuyoshi Hasegawa, Racing the enemy: Stalin, Truman and the surrender of Japan (Cambridge MA, 2005)

Iriye, A., Power and culture : the Japanese-American war, 1941-1945 (Harvard University Press, 1981)

Iriye, A., 'Japan's drive to great power status' in Jansen, M. B., ed., The Cambridge history of Japan. Vol 5, The nineteenth century (Cambridge University Press, 1989)

Iriye, A., The origins of the Second World War in Asia and the Pacific (Longman, 1987)

Kimura, M., 'The economics of Japanese imperialism in Korea, 1910-1939' The economic history review. 48, 3, August 1995

Lee, Seok-Won, 'Kiyoshi Karl Kawakami and Japanese America between the Two World Wars', Japanese Studies, 37, 3 (2017), 289-310.

Fedman, David & Karacas, Cary, 'A Cartographic Fade to Black: Mapping the Destruction of Urban Japan During World War II' in Journal of Historical Geography, Vol. 38 (2012)

Moon, Krystyn R.. 2003. “"there's No Yellow in the Red, White, and Blue": The Creation of Anti-japanese Music During World War II”. Pacific Historical Review 72 (3). University of California Press: 333–52.

Basic reading:

Duus, Modern Japan pp. 200-250

Pyle The making of modern Japan pp. 181-206

Wray and Conroy, Japan examined : perspectives on modern Japanese history pp. 291-330 articles by Banno, Barnhart, Chen, Conroy, Duus, Harrington, Junichoro, Oh, Okamoto, Peattie and Spaulding.

Benson and Matsumura, Japan, 1868-1945 : from isolation to occupation pp. 53-93

Barnhart, Japan and the world since 1868 pp. 136-147 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Beasley, Rise of Modern Japan pp. 159-208

Jansen, The making of modern Japan pp. 576-674

McClain, Japan pp. 405-510

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WEEK 6: Japan and International Facism 

[6.1.] Max Ward, 'Crisis ideology and the articulation of fascism in interwar Japan: the 1938 Thought-War Symposium,' Japan forum., 26:4 (2014), 462-485

[6.2.] Hedinger, Daniel (2017). ‘The Spectacle of Global Fascism: The Italian Blackshirt Mission to Japan’s Asian empire,’ Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 51, No. 6, pp. 1999-2034. 6.2.]

[6.3.] Johnson, Chalmers (1964). ‘The Sorge Affair Again,’ New York Times, 11 October.

Reference Reading:

Bernd Martin, ‘Fatal Affinities: The German Role in the Modernization of Japan in the Early Meiji Period (1868-1895) and its Aftermath,’ Chapter 2 in Japan and Germany in the modern world (Oxford: Berghahn, 1995).

Brij Tankha, Kita Ikki and the making of modern Japan : a vision of empire.

Japanese-German relations, 1895-1945 : war, diplomacy and public opinion  / edited by Christian W. Spang and Rolf-Harald Wippich. London : Routledge, 2006. [on High Demand: Modern History N-75.012 SPA]. See in particular essays by Chapman, John. Ultranationalism in German-Japanese relations, 1930-1945 : from Wenneker to Sasakawa. Folkestone : Global Oriental, 2011.

Reluctant allies : German-Japanese naval relations in World War II  / Hans-Joachim Krug... [et al.].Annapolis, Md. : Naval Institute Press, 2001. [Brotherton Main floor 2 Modern History C-83 KRU]

Bell, Peter,  Chamberlain, Germany and Japan, 1933-4 . Basingstoke : Macmillan, 1996.

Brooker, Paul.  The faces of fraternalism : Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, and Imperial Japan . Oxford : Clarendon, 1991. 

Japan in the Fascist era  / edited by E. Bruce Reynolds. New York, N.Y. : Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. [E-book.] The Fascist era : imperial Japan and the axis alliance in historical perspective / Joseph P. Sottile -- Karagokoro : opposing the "Chinese Spirit": on the nativistic roots of Japanese fiction / Klaus Antoni -- Fascist and quasi-fascist ideas in interwar Japan, 1918-1941 / Christopher W.A. Szpilman -- The "Jewish problem" in Japanese-German relations, 1933-1945 / Gerhard Krebs -- Fascist encounters : German Nazis and Japanese Shinto ultranationalists / Walter A. Skya -- Peculiar characteristics : the Japanese political system in the Fascist era / E. Bruce Reynolds.

Brightwell, Erin (2015). ‘Refracted Axis: Kitayama Jun’yu and writing a German Japan’, Japan Forum, 27:4, 431-453.

Cathcart, Adam (2018). ‘German Studies of Koreans in Manchuria: Gustav Fochler-Hauke and the Influence of Karl Haushofer’s National Socialist Geopolitics,’ with Robert Winstanley-Chesters, European Journal of Korean Studies, Vol. 18, No. 1 (Autumn), 131-141. [link to full text here]

Driscoll, Mark W., The Whites Are Enemies of Heaven: Climate Caucasianism and Asian Ecological Protection (Duke University Press, 2021) 

Ikeda, Keiko (2010). ‘Ryōsai-kembo, Liberal Education and Maternal Feminism under Fascism: Women and Sport in Modern Japan,’ International Journal of the History of Sport, Vol. 27, No. 3, pp. 537-552.

Kasza, Gregory. ‘Fascism from below? A Comparative Perspective on the Japanese Right, 1931-1936’, Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 19, No. 4 (1984). 

Hofmann, Reto, 'What's Left of the Right: Nabeyama Sadachika and Anti-communism in Transwar Japan, 1930-1960', Journal of Asian Studies, 79, 2 (2020), 403-427.

Martin, Bernd (1995). Japan and Germany in the Modern World (Oxford: Berghahn Books, 1995).

Pauer, Erich (2009). ‘The Broken Axis - 8 May 1945 in Japan,’ in Japan and Germany: Two Latecomers to the World Stage, 1890-1945, eds. Kudo Akira, Tajima Nobuo, Erich Pauer. (Kent: Global Oriental).

Rodao, Florentino (2009). ‘Japan and the Axis, 1937-8: Recognition of the Franco Regime and Manchukuo,’ Journal of Contemporary History, vol. 44, No. 3, pp. 431-447. 

Skya, Walter A. (2009). Japan’s Holy War: the Ideology of Radical Shinto Ultranationalism (Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press). 

Spang, Christian and Rolf Wippich eds. (2006). Japanese-German relations, 1895-1945: War, Diplomacy and Public Opinion (London: Routledge).

Tansman, Alan (2009). The Culture of Japanese Fascism (London: Duke University Press).

Tanin, O. And E. Yohan, Militarism and Fascism in Japan, (Greenwood Press, 1973, originally published in London 1934), Part 3, Chapter 1, ‘The Crisis, the Intensification of the Class Struggle and the Beginning of War,’ pp. 147-172, see also Radek, Karl, ‘Introduction: Japanese and International Fascism,’ pp. 7-22 in the same. 

Victoria, Brian (2013). ‘D.T. Suzuki, Zen and the Nazis’, The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol.11, Issue 43, No. 4. [link

Victoria, Brian (2013). ‘A Zen Nazi in Wartime Japan: Count Durckheim and his Sources,’ The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. 12, Issue 3, No. 2. [link]

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WEEK 7: The Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal

Reference Reading:

Sandra Wilson, ‘After the Trials: Class B and Class C Japanese War Criminals and the Post-War World,’ Japanese studies. Vol. 31, no. 2 (2011), 141-149.

Sandra Wilson, ‘War Criminals in the Post-war World: The Case of Katō Tetsutarō, ‘ War in history. January 2015 vol. 22 no. 1 87-110.

John Dower, ‘Victor’s Justice, Loser’s Justice,’ Chapter 15 of Embracing defeat : Japan in the aftermath of World War II

Timothy Brook, ‘The Tokyo Judgement and the Rape of Nanking,’ The journal of Asian studies. (2001).

Richard H. Minear, Victors' justice : the Tokyo War Crimes Trial. Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan, 2001 (originally published with Princeton University Press, 1971).

Morten Bergsmo, Cheah Wui Ling, and Yi Ping (Bergsmo, Cheah and Yi), Historical origins of international criminal law. volume 2 (Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2014). [ http://www.fichl.org/fileadmin/fichl/FICHL_PS_21_web.pdf ]

Neal Boister, 'The Tokyo Military Tribunal: A Show Trial? ' in Historical origins of international criminal law. volume 2 Morten Bergsmo, Cheah Wui Ling, and Yi Ping, eds. (Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2014) pp. 3-30

XIANG Longwan and Marquise Lee Houle, 'In Search of Justice for China: The Contributions of Judge Hsiang Che-chun to the Prosecution of Japanese War Criminals at the Tokyo Trial,' Historical origins of international criminal law. volume 2 Morten Bergsmo, Cheah Wui Ling, and Yi Ping, eds. (Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2014),pp. 143-176.

LING Yan, 'The 1956 Japanese War Crimes Trials in Shenyang,' in Historical origins of international criminal law. volume 2 Morten Bergsmo, Cheah Wui Ling, and Yi Ping, eds. (Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2014), pp. 215-242.

Barak Kushner, 'Chinese War Crimes Trials of Japanese, 1945–1956: A Historical Summary,' in Historical origins of international criminal law. volume 2 Morten Bergsmo, Cheah Wui Ling, and Yi Ping, eds. (Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2014), pp. 243-266.

ZHANG Tianshu, 'The Forgotten Legacy: China’s Post-Second World War Trials of Japanese War Criminals, 1946–1956,' in Historical origins of international criminal law. volume 2 Morten Bergsmo, Cheah Wui Ling, and Yi Ping, eds. (Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2014), pp. 267-300.

Valentyna Polunina, 'Soviet War Crimes Policy in the Far East: The Bacteriological Warfare Trial at Khabarovsk, 1949,' in Historical origins of international criminal law. volume 2 Morten Bergsmo, Cheah Wui Ling, and Yi Ping, eds. (Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2014), pp. 539-562.

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Week 8: The American Occupation of Japan

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Week 9: Japanese Women in the Postwar

Seminar reading:

[9.1.]

Meghan Warner Mettler, 'American Perceptions of Japanese Women and their Role in International Relations, 1945–1960,' Journal of women's history., Volume 26, Number 4, Winter 2014, pp. 60-82.

[9.2.]

Lisa Yoneyama, “Liberation under Siege: U.S. Military Occupation and Japanese Women’s Enfranchisement,” American Quarterly. 57, no. 3 (2005): 885–910

[9.3.]

Mire Koikari, 'Exporting Democracy? : American Women, "Feminist Reforms," and Politics of Imperialism in the U.S. Occupation of Japan, 1945-1952,' Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies, Vol. 23, No. 1 (2002), pp. 23-45

Reference reading:

*Takeuchi-Demirci, Aiko, Contraceptive Diplomacy: Reproductive Politics and Imperial Ambitions in the United States and Japan(Stanford University Press, 2018).

Garon, S., 'The world's oldest debate? Prostitution and the state in Imperial Japan, 1900-1945' The American historical review. 98, 1993

Hanley, S. B. et. al., 'Symposium on gender and women in Japan' The journal of Japanese studies. 19, 1993

*Heidi Gottfried and Nagisa Hayashi-Kato, 'Gendering work: deconstructing the narrative of the Japanese economic miracle' Work, employment and society. 12, 1, March 1998

Hicks, G., 'The "Comfort Women"' in Duus, P., Myers, R. H., and Peattie, M. R., eds., The Japanese wartime empire, 1931-1945 (Princeton University Press, 1996)

Molony, B., 'Equality versus difference: the Japanese debate over "motherhood protection"' in Hunter, J. E., ed., Japanese women working (Routledge, 1993)

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WEEK 10: War Memory and Japan’s Relations with China and Korea

Seminar Reading: 

Takeshi Yoshida, The Making of the "Rape of Nanking": History and Memory, Introduction & Chapters 1 & 2 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006) Available online.

Damien Kinney, 'Rediscovering a Massacre: The Filmic Legacy of Iris Chang's The Rape of Nanking', Continuum : journal of media and cultural studies. , Volume 26, Issue 1, 2012 Available online on the Blackboard.

Kimi Hara, ' Cold War Frontiers in the Asia-Pacific: The Troubling Legacy of the San Francisco Treaty ' in Japan focus Vol. 4, Issue 9, No. 0 (2006)

Michael Schaller, 'America's Favourite War Criminal: Kishi Nobosuke and the Transformation of US-Japan Relations', JPRI Working Paper No.11- Japan Policy Research Institute (1995)   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MH 09/02/2022) 

Reference Reading:

Janis Mimura, ' Japan's New Order and Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere Planning for Empire ' in Japan focus Vol. 9, Issue 49, No. 3 (2011)

Aaron Gerow, ' War and Nationalism in Yamato: Trauma and Forgetting the Postwar ' in Japan focus Vol. 9, Issue 24, No. 1 (2011)

Mark Driscoll, ' Kobayashi Yoshinori is Dead: Imperial War/ Sick Liberal PEace/ Neoliberal Class War' in Mechademia, Vol. 4 (2009)

Berger, Thomas U.  War, guilt, and world politics after World War II . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012. 

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WEEK 11: War Memory and The Comfort Women Issue

Reference Reading:

Kim Puja, 'Global Civil Society Remakes History: "The Women's International War Crimes Tribunal 2000'" in Positions: East Asia Cultures Critiques, Vol. 9, No. 3 (2001)

This list was last updated on 08/02/2022