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Studies of Modern Japan
Studies of Modern Japan is a multidisciplinary series that consists primarily of original studies on a broad spectrum of topics dealing with Japan since the mid-nineteenth century. Additionally, the series aims to bring back into print classic works that shed new light on contemporary Japan. The series speaks to cultural studies (literature, translations, film), history, and social sciences audiences. In all cases, we publish the best scholarship available, by both established and rising scholars in the field, in order to nuance our understandings of Japan and the Japanese. ADVISORY BOARD: William K. Cummings, George Washington University; Sin'ichi Kitaoka, Tokyo University; Masato Miyachi, Tokyo University; Thomas J. Pempel, University of California, Berkeley; and Merry White, Boston University

Editor(s): Doug Slaymaker and William M. Tsutsui
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Murakami Haruki: The Simulacrum in Contemporary Japanese Culture
MICHAEL ROBERT SEATS
Lexington Books • June 2009 • Monograph
Japan and Germany under the U.S. Occupation: A Comparative Analysis of Post-War Education Reform
MASAKO SHIBATA
Lexington Books • April 2008 • Monograph
Modern Japanese Theatre and Performance
EDITED BY DAVID JORTNER; KEIKO I. MCDONALD AND KEVIN J. WETMORE JR. - CONTRIBUTIONS BY BRUCE BAIRD; STEVEN J. C...
Lexington Books • May 2007 • Monograph
Japan in a Dynamic Asia: Coping with the New Security Challenges
EDITED BY YOICHIRO SATO AND SATU LIMAYE - CONTRIBUTIONS BY ROUBEN AZIZIAN; DAVID FOUSE; JOHN MILLER; GREGORY W....
Lexington Books • May 2006 • Monograph
The Return of the Amami Islands: The Reversion Movement and U.S.-Japan Relations
ROBERT D. ELDRIDGE
Lexington Books • December 2003 • Monograph
Mori Arinori's Life and Resources in America
MORI ARINORI - EDITED BY VAN JOHN E. SANT - FOREWORD BY AKIRA IRIYE
Lexington Books • December 2003 • Monograph
Constructing Opportunity: American Women Educators in Early Meiji Japan
ELIZABETH K. EDER
Lexington Books • September 2003 • Monograph
In the Shadow of the Miracle: The Japanese Economy Since the End of High-Speed Growth
ARTHUR J. ALEXANDER
Lexington Books • May 2003 • Monograph
Limits to Power: Asymmetric Dependence and Japanese Foreign Aid Policy
AKITOSHI MIYASHITA
Lexington Books • April 2003 • Monograph
Roadblocks on the Information Highway: The IT Revolution in Japanese Education
EDITED BY JANE M. BACHNIK - CONTRIBUTIONS BY RONALD E. ANDERSON; YOSHIDA AYA; EDWIN H. BRUMBY; ROBERT E. COLE; ...
Lexington Books • April 2003 • Monograph
Agony of Choice: Matsuoka Yosuke and the Rise and Fall of the Japanese Empire, 1880-1946
DAVID J. LU
Lexington Books • November 2002 • Monograph
A Yankee in Hokkaido: The Life of William Smith Clark
JOHN M. MAKI - FOREWORD BY BRETT L. WALKER
Lexington Books • November 2002 • Monograph
Spanning Japan's Modern Century: The Memoirs of Hugh Borton
HUGH BORTON - FOREWORD BY JAMES W. MORLEY
Lexington Books • October 2002 • Monograph
Unhappy Soldier: Hino Ashihei and Japanese World War II Literature
DAVID M. ROSENFELD
Lexington Books • June 2002 • Monograph
The Web of Power: Japanese and German Development Cooperation Policy
KOZO KATO
Lexington Books • April 2002 • Monograph
Japan and the Security of Asia
LOUIS D. HAYES
Lexington Books • November 2001 • Monograph
Choshu in the Meiji Restoration
ALBERT M. CRAIG
Lexington Books • September 2000 • Monograph
Jews in the Japanese Mind: The History and Uses of a Cultural Stereotype
DAVID G. GOODMAN AND MASANORI MIYAZAWA
Lexington Books • July 2000 • Monograph