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- National Subjectivity and the Uses of Atonement in the Age of Recession. South Atlantic Quarterly. 99:741-761. 2000
- Revolution and Subjectivity in Postwar Japan. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 1996
- The Mito Ideology: Discourse, Reform and Insurrection in Late Tokugawa Japan, 1790-1864 . Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. 1987
- Modernization and Democratic Values: The 'Japanese Model' in the 1960s. Staging Growth: Modernization, Development, and the Global Cold War. 225-249. 2003
Asianism's Ambivalent Legacy.
Network Power: Japan and Asia.
selected publications listing
- "Modernization and Democratic Values: The 'Japanese Model' in the 1960s," in Staging Growth: Modernization, Development, and the Global Cold War, edited by David C. Engerman, Nils Gilman, Mark Haefele, and Michael E. Latham (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2003), 225-249.
- "Shutaisei to doin: Senchu kara sengo e" (Subjectivity and Mobilization: From Wartime to Postwar), translated by Kasai Hirotaka, in Sengo to ju chiseigaku (The Geopolitics of Postwar), edited by Nishikawa Yoku and Hirata Yumi [Rekishi jojutsu no rinkai 2] (Tokyo: Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 2003).
- "'Jindo ni taisuru tsumi' to 'kokumin shatai'" ('Crimes Against Humanity' and the 'National Subject'), in Kokkyo wo tsuranuku rekishi ninskiki: kyokasho, Nihon soshite mirai (Historical knowledge across national borders: textbooks, Japan, and the future), edited by Sugawara Kenji and Yasuda Hiroshi (Tokyo: Aoki Shoten, 2002), pp. 57-79.
- "'Tekunorojii no shihai no tekunorojii'" [Rule by technology, technologies of rule], translated by Kasai Hirotaka, in Soryokusen no chi to seido, 1935-55 (Knowledge and Institutions of Total War, 1935-55), edited by Sakai Naoki [Kindai Nihon bunkashi 7] (Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, 2002), 139-71.
- "Amerika ni okeru Nihon kenkyu: gengoronteki tenkai iko no jinruigaku to rekishigaku" [Japanese studies in the US: anthropology and history after the linguistic turn], translated by Mori Akiko, in Rekishi kijutsu no genzai [Current trends in historical narrative], edited by Mori Akiko (Kyoto: Jinbun Shoin, 2002), 245-257.
- "Amerika no haken ni taiko suru: chokiteki ni mita Busshu no senso" (opposing US Hegemony: A long-term response to Bush's war), Sekai [World] 699 (March 2002): 217-224.
- "Opposing US Hegemony: A Long-term Reponse to Bush's War," Japan in the World. English website: http://www.iwanami.co.jp/jpworld/top.html.
- "National Subjectivity and the Uses of Atonement in the Age of Recession," South Atlantic Quarterly, 99.4 (Fall 2000): 741-761.
- "Imagining the Co-Prosperity Sphere: Royama Masamichi's Geo-Politics as Political Technology," in Japan Southeast Asia Relations, ed. Department of Japanese Studies, National University of Singapore (Singapore, 2000): 78-82.
- Revolution and Subjectivity in Postwar Japan (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996). [Japanese translation in progress for Marisisha.]
- Total War and 'Modernization', Cornell East Asia Series 100 (Ithaca, Cornell University East Asia Program, 1998). With Yasushi Yamanouchi and Narita Ryuichi.
- "Democratic Revolution and the State in the Postwar Thought of Maryuyama Masao," Cornell Historical Review (April, Mary 1997): 3-14.
- "The Nationalism of Cultural Uniqueness." Review essay on Seymour Martin Lipset, American Exceptionalism. American Historical Review 102.3 (June 1997): 758-768.
- "Mao Zedong and the Postwar Japanese Left," in Arif Dirlik, Paul Healy, and Nick Knight, eds., Critical Perspectives on Mao Zedong's Thought (New Jersey: Humanities Press, 1997).
- "Asianism's Ambivalent Legacy," in Network Power: Japan in Asia, ed. T. Shirashi and P. Katzenstein (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1997): 83-110.
- "1940 nendai no 'shimin shakai-ha' no shiso: shihonshugi ni okeru 'jikan' to 'kukan'" [Time and Space in Capitalism: The Thought of the 'Civil Society School' in the 1940s] in Rikkyo kokusai shinpojiumu hokoku: Kindai Nihon ni okeru jikan no gainen to keiken [Rikkyo International Symposium Report: The Concept and Experience of Time in Modern Japan] Toky: Rikkyo University, 1997), 215-27.
- ASIAN-3335: Japan from War to Prosperity - Spring 2013
- ASIAN-6681: Intellectual History of Empire - Spring 2013
- HIST-2001: Supervised Reading - Undergraduate - Spring 2013
- HIST-3002: Supervised Research - Undergraduate - Spring 2013
- HIST-3300: Japan from War to Prosperity - Spring 2013
- HIST-6810: Intellectual History of Empire - Spring 2013
- HIST-8004: Supervised Reading - Spring 2013
- HIST-2001: Supervised Reading - Undergraduate - Fall 2012
- HIST-3002: Supervised Research - Undergraduate - Fall 2012
- HIST-8004: Supervised Reading - Fall 2012
- HIST-8005: Supervised Reading - Fall 2012
- ASIAN-2292: Europes Asia: Modern European Discourse on History and Subjectivity - Spring 2012
- ASIAN-3335: Japan from War to Prosperity - Spring 2012
- HIST-2001: Supervised Reading - Undergraduate - Spring 2012
- HIST-2492: Europes Asia: Modern European Discourse on History and Subjectivity - Spring 2012
- HIST-3002: Supervised Research - Undergraduate - Spring 2012
- HIST-3300: Japan from War to Prosperity - Spring 2012
- HIST-8004: Supervised Reading - Spring 2012
- HIST-2001: Supervised Reading - Fall 2011
- HIST-3002: Supervised Research - Fall 2011
- HIST-7090: Introduction to the Graduate Study of History - Fall 2011
- HIST-8004: Supervised Reading - Fall 2011
- HIST-8005: Supervised Reading - Fall 2011