PUBLICATIONS

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Books
AKB48, co-authored with Patrick W. Galbraith (London: Bloomsbury, 2019).

Gender and Nation in Meiji Japan: Modernity, Loss, and the Doing of History (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2014).

Edited Books
Media Convergence in Japan, co-edited with Patrick W. Galbraith (Ann Arbor, MI: Kinema Club, 2016).

Idols and Celebrity in Japanese Media Culture, co-edited with Patrick W. Galbraith (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012).

Journal Articles
“The Gender of Nationalism: Competing Masculinities in Meiji Japan, The Journal of Japanese Studies 28.1 (Winter 2002): 41-77.

“Gender, Nationalism, and the Problem of Ideology in Women’s History,” Social Science Japan Newsletter 30 (December 2004): 5-7.

Book Chapters
“Introduction: At the Crossroads of Media Convergence in Japan,” in Patrick W. Galbraith and Jason G. Karlin, eds. Media Convergence in Japan (Ann Arbor, MI: Kinema Club, 2016), 1-28. 

“Precarious Consumption After 3/11: Television Advertising in Risk Society,” in Patrick W. Galbraith and Jason G. Karlin, eds. Media Convergence in Japan (Ann Arbor, MI: Kinema Club, 2016), 30-59. 

“Introduction: The Mirror of Idols and Celebrity,” in Patrick W. Galbraith and Jason G. Karlin, eds. Idols and Celebrity in Japanese Media Culture (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), 1-32. 

“Through a Looking Glass Darkly: Television Advertising, Idols and the Making of Fan Audiences,” in Patrick W. Galbraith and Jason G. Karlin, eds. Idols and Celebrity in Japanese Media Culture (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), 72-93. 

“Narratives of Heroism in Meiji Japan: Nationalism, Gender, and Impersonation,” in Andrea Germer, Vera Mackie, and Ulrike Woehr, eds. Gender, Nation, and State in Modern Japan (London: Routledge, 2014), 48-67.

「近代日本の青年のバンカラと暴力」 (Japanese Youth Culture and the Rise of Male Primitivism and Violence in Modern Japan), in Katō Chikako and Hosoya Minoru, eds. 『ジェンダー史叢書、第5巻: 社会秩序の暴力、戦争』 (Gender History Series, vol. 5: The Social Order of Violence and War) (Tokyo: Akashi Shoten 赤石書店, 2009), 196-200.

“The Tricentennial Celebration of Tokyo: Inventing the Modern Memory of Edo,” in Yamaji Hidetoshi and Jeffrey E. Hanes, eds. Image and Identity: Rethinking Japanese Cultural History (Research Institute for Economics & Business Administration, Kobe University, 2004), 215-227. 

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