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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. Middle Kingdom and Empire of the Rising Sun: Sino-Japanese Relations, Past and Present by June Teufel Dreyer, and: Understanding Japan-China Relations: Theories and Issues by Ming Wan (review)
  3. The Sublime Perversion of Capital: Marxist Theory and the Politics of History in Modern Japan by Gavin Walker (review)
  4. Investing Japan: Foreign Capital, Monetary Standards, and Economic Development, 1859–2011 by Simon James Bytheway (review)
  5. Conquering the Fear of Freedom: Japanese Exchange Rate Policy since 1945 by Shinji Takagi (review)
  6. The EU-Japan Security Dialogue: Invisible but Comprehensive by Olena Mykal (review)
  7. International Migrants in Japan: Contributions in an Era of Population Decline ed. by Yoshitaka Ishikawa (review)
  8. Lifelong Learning in Neoliberal Japan: Risk, Community, and Knowledge by Akihiro Ogawa (review)
  9. Teaching Embodied: Cultural Practice in Japanese Preschools by Akiko Hayashi and Joseph Tobin (review)
  10. Nonformal Education and Civil Society in Japan ed. by Kaori H. Okano (review)
  11. The Strange Child: Education and the Psychology of Patriotism in Recessionary Japan by Andrea Gevurtz Arai (review)
  12. Who Rules Japan? Popular Participation in the Japanese Legal Process ed. by Leon Wolff, Luke Nottage and Kent Anderson (review)
  13. Accidental Activists: Victim Movements and Government Accountability in Japan and South Korea by Celeste L. Arrington (review)
  14. Japan: The Precarious Future ed. by Frank Baldwin, Anne Allison (review)
  15. Beyond Fukushima: Toward a Post-Nuclear Society by Koichi Hasegawa (review)
  16. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Protest Music after Fukushima by Noriko Manabe (review)
  17. For Dignity, Justice, and Revolution: An Anthology of Japanese Proletarian Literature ed. by Heather Bowen-Struyk and Norma Field (review)
  18. Boys Love Manga and Beyond: History, Culture, and Community in Japan ed. by Mark McLelland et al. (review)
  19. Contemporary Sino-Japanese Relations on Screen: A History, 1989–2005 by Griseldis Kirsch (review)
  20. Translingual Narration: Colonial and Postcolonial Taiwanese Fiction and Film by Bert Scruggs (review)
  21. Holy Ghosts: The Christian Century in Modern Japanese Fiction by Rebecca Suter (review)
  22. Beyond Nation: Time, Writing, and Community in the Work of Abe Kōbō by Richard F. Calichman (review)
  23. Inventing the Way of the Samurai: Nationalism, Internationalism, and Bushidō in Modern Japan by Oleg Benesch (review)
  24. Local History and War Memories in Hokkaido ed. by Philip A. Seaton (review)
  25. Like No Other: Exceptionalism and Nativism in Early Modern Japan by Mark Thomas McNally (review)
  26. Sea Rovers, Silver, and Samurai: Maritime East Asia in Global History, 1550–1700 ed. by Tonio Andrade and Xing Hang (review)
  27. Propaganda Performed: Kamishibai in Japan’s Fifteen-Year War by Sharalyn Orbaugh (review)
  28. Onnagata: A Labyrinth of Gendering in Kabuki Theater by Maki Isaka (review)
  29. Partners in Print: Artistic Collaboration and the Ukiyo-e Market by Julie Nelson Davis (review)
  30. A Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Edo-Period Prints and Paintings (1600–1868) by Joshua S. Mostow and Asato Ikeda (review)
  31. Preserving the Dharma: Hōzan Tankai and Japanese Buddhist Art of the Early Modern Era by John M. Rosenfield (review)
  32. From Outcasts to Emperors: Shingon Ritsu and the Mañjus̀rī Cult in Medieval Japan by David Quinter (review)
  33. Mountain Mandalas: Shugendō in Kyushu by Allan G. Grapard (review)
  34. Shinkokinshū: New Collection of Poems Ancient and Modern trans. by Laurel Rasplica Rodd (review)
  35. Reading The Tale of Genji: Sources from the First Millennium. ed. by Thomas Harper and Haruo Shirane (review)
  36. Cartographic Japan: A History in Maps ed. by Kären Wigen, Sugimoto Fumiko, and Cary Karacas (review)
  37. Hierarchy, Hubris, and Parody in Ihara Saikaku's Kōshoku ichidai otoko
  38. Channeling the Undercurrents: Fūsetsudome, Information Access, and National Political Awareness in Nineteenth-Century Japan
  39. Between Patriotism and Terrorism: The Policing of Nationalist Movements in 1930s Japan
  40. The Emperor's Sovereign Status and the Legal Construction of Gender in Early Meiji Japan
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