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This issue contains 37 articles in total

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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. Empire of Hope: The Sentimental Politics of Japanese Decline by David Leheny (review)
  3. Robo Sapiens Japanicus: Robots, Gender, Family, and the Japanese Nation by Jennifer Robertson (review)
  4. Playing War: Children and the Paradoxes of Modern Militarism in Japan by Sabine Frühstück (review)
  5. Child's Play: Multi-Sensory Histories of Children and Childhood in Japan ed. by Sabine Frühstück and Anne Walthall (review)
  6. Changing and Unchanging Things: Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar Japan by Dakin Hart and Mark Dean Johnson (review)
  7. The Cambridge Handbook of Japanese Linguistics ed. by Yoko Hasegawa (review)
  8. How to Read a Japanese Poem by Steven D. Carter (review)
  9. Soka Gakkai's Human Revolution: The Rise of a Mimetic Nation in Modern Japan by Levi McLaughlin (review)
  10. Japanese Feminist Debates: A Century of Contention on Sex, Love, and Labor by Ayako Kano (review)
  11. Struggling Upward: Worldly Success and the Japanese Novel by Timothy Van Compernolle (review)
  12. On the Persistence of the Japanese "History Problem": Historicism and the International Politics of History by Hitomi Koyama (review)
  13. Japanese War Criminals: The Politics of Justice After the Second World War by Sandra Wilson et al. (review)
  14. Lost Histories: Recovering the Lives of Japan's Colonial Peoples by Kirsten L. Ziomek (review)
  15. Colonial Taiwan: Negotiating Identities and Modernity through Literature by Pei-yin Lin (review)
  16. The Korean Buddhist Empire: A Transnational History, 1910–1945 by Hwansoo Ilmee Kim (review)
  17. Thought Crime: Ideology and State Power in Interwar Japan by Max M. Ward (review)
  18. Japan's Imperial Underworlds: Intimate Encounters at the Borders of Empire by David R. Ambaras (review)
  19. Liminality of the Japanese Empire: Border Crossings from Okinawa to Colonial Taiwan by Hiroko Matsuda (review)
  20. Dr. David Murray: Superintendent of Education in the Empire of Japan, 1873–1879 by Benjamin Duke (review)
  21. The Ghost of Namamugi: Charles Lenox Richardson and the Anglo-Satsuma War by Robert S. G. Fletcher (review)
  22. Gendered Power: Educated Women of the Meiji Empress' Court by Mamiko C. Suzuki (review)
  23. Imagining China in Tokugawa Japan: Legends, Classics, and Historical Terms by Wai-Ming Ng (review)
  24. 47: The True Story of the Vendetta of the 47 Ronin from Akō by Thomas Harper (review)
  25. Women, Rites, and Ritual Objects in Premodern Japan ed. by Karen M. Gerhart (review)
  26. Land, Power, and the Sacred: The Estate System in Medieval Japan ed. by Janet R. Goodwin and Joan R. Piggott (review)
  27. Japan's New Security Partnerships: Beyond the Security Alliance ed. by Wilhelm Vosse and Paul Midford (review)
  28. Japan Rearmed: The Politics of Military Power by Sheila A. Smith (review)
  29. Rethinking Japan: The Politics of Contested Nationalism by Arthur Stockwin and Kweku Ampiah (review)
  30. Alegal: Biopolitics and the Unintelligibility of Okinawan Life by Annmaria M. Shimabuku (review)
  31. Local Political Participation in Japan: A Case Study of Oita by Dani Daigle Kida (review)
  32. Food Safety after Fukushima: Scientific Citizenship and the Politics of Risk by Nicolas Sternsdorff-Cisterna (review)
  33. Anti-Nuclear Protest in Post-Fukushima Tokyo: Power Struggles by Alexander Brown, and: Networks and Mobilization Processes: The Case of the Japanese Anti-Nuclear Movement after Fukushima by Anna Wiemann (review)
  34. A Farewell to Class: The Japanese New Left, the Colonial Landscape of Kamagasaki, and the Anti-Japanese Front (1970–75)
  35. Somehow, Dialogic: The Dialogic Self and the Rejection of the Modern in Nantonaku, kurisutaru
  36. "Maihime" and the Space of Criticism in Meiji Japan
  37. Imperial Portraiture and Popular Print Media in Early Twentieth-Century Japan
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