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Nov 22 2017:Anime is (Not) Cult: Gainax and the Limits of Cult Cinema
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Nov 8 2017:Aesop’s Fables in Early Modern Japan
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Nov 1 2017:“Unhappy” and Isolated Youth: Representations and Experiences of Hikikomori in Contemporary Japan
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Oct 25 2017:Empathy, Social Realism, or just Love Troubles? On Japanese “Little Songs”
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Oct 11 2017:The Men Who Came In from the Cold Japanese Captives in Siberia and the Making of Postwar Japan
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Apr 5 2017:The Mouth of the Cave and the Giant Voice
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Mar 8 2017:Successful and Sorry: How high income Japanese women construct themselves in marriage agency ads
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Mar 1 2017:How do the past, present and future interact in post-3.11 Japan: Examining the ‘future past’ in the SF manga Coppelion
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Nov 22 2016:I never said it would last forever: On Contemporary Japanese Cinema
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Nov 16 2016:Dowa Project Policies as unfinished human rights business – from Dotaishin to Ikengushin
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Nov 2 2016:Japanese Language Education, Welfare and Motivation
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Oct 19 2016:Translating Bashō
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Oct 12 2016:Special Forum: Dynamics of Japan’s Ageing Prison population
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Feb 3 2016:Early 20th Century Japanese Buddhist Perceptions of Western Imperialism and Why they Matter
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Nov 26 2015:Reaching Out to the Buddha in Modern Japan Psychotherapy and Buddhism as Two Sides of a Coin
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Nov 18 2015:The Insentient Companion Some Thoughts on Dolls, Robots and Significant Otherness
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Oct 28 2015:The smile of Buddha and the laughter of the Zen master
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Apr 22 2015:The Modernity of Didactic Literature for women in the Tokugawa Period
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Mar 11 2015:Reflections on the division between the sacred and the secular in contemporary Japan: The case of life-cycle rituals
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Mar 4 2015:Women’s Memory of Hollywood Cinema in Post-war Japan
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Feb 25 2015:The Creativity of Loss: Aging, ritual, and economies of care in contemporary Japan
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