Present Position/Address: Home: 1165 Waller St., SE, Salem, OR 97392, (503) 507-9391.
Professor of Japanese and E. Asian History Salem, OR 97302
Director, Center for Asian Studies
Salem, Or. 97301
(503) 370-6275 email: email@example.com
Changing Lives: The ‘Postwar” in Japanese Women’s Autobiographies and Memoirs,
Association for Asian Studies, Asia Past and Present: New Research from AAS Series (scheduled for publication in late 2012)
“Hidden Stories of Ourselves: Reading Japanese Women's Autobiographies,” Harvard
Asia Quarterly, IX: 1&2 (Spring 2005), pp. 42-50.
“Choosing Career, the Single Life and Feminism: Reading Kishino Junko's
Memoir, Things Visible from a Woman’s Perspective,” MP: A
International Online Feminist Online Journal 1:3 (September, 2005).
“Finding new Pathways: Japanese Women and the End of the Pacific War,” Japan Studies
Association Journal, Vol. 8, 2010: 146-164.
AMPO. ed., Voices from the Japanese Feminist Movement, on the H-JAPAN Listerv, Aug. 16, 1997. See
Helen M. Hopper. A New Woman of Japan: A Political Biography of Kato Shidzue. Transitions: Asian and Asian American. Westview Press, 1996. xviii + 304 pp., June 22, 1998 H-NET BOOK REVIEW
Barbara, Sato, The New Japanese Woman: Modernity, Media, and Women in Interwar Japan.
Duram, N.C. and London: Duke University Press, 2003. Journal of Gender Studies, 13:3.
William Johnston, Geisha, Harlot, Star: A Woman, Sex, and Morality in Modern Japan.
(New York: Columbia University Press, 2004). Journal of Asian Studies 64:4 (November, 2005), pp. 1025-27.
Sawa Kurotani. Home Away from Home: Japanese Corporate Wives in the United States
(Durham: Duke University Press 2005). 241 pp., in Journal of Gender Studies.
Aaron Gerow. Visions of Modernity: Articulations of Cinema, Nation, and Spectatorship,
1895-1925 (Berkeley, Ca.: UC Press, 2010) Film and History 42, no. 1, (2012): 26-28.