Programs & Projects Japan Forum Archive 1980 - 1990
Kinji Kawamura (Foreign Press Center, Tokyo), "Recent Political Trends in Japan and Their Impact on United States- Japan Relations"
Joseph A.. Massey (Twain-Braxton Asia, Inc.) and Denis G. Sullivan (Dartmouth College), "Power, Politics, and Trade: Changing Images in American and Japanese Elite and Mass Attitudes"
Michael Radnor (Northwestern U.), "The United States Consumer Electronics Industry and Japanese Competition"
Yoshihisa Komori (Mainichi Shimbun), "The Japan Lobby in Washington: Its Scope, Activities, and Functions"
Takeo Iguchi (Counsul General of Japan, Boston), "United States Leadership Opinion Toward Japan: Results of the Latest Gallup Survey"
James Foster (Daniel J. Edelman), "Interest Groups and Political Party Organization: The Japanese Case"
Suzanne Hale (United States Department of Agriculture), "The Japanese Diet and the Japanese Diet: Trade, Farm, and Food Policy"
Eisuke Sakakibara (Harvard U.), "The Political Economy of United States-Japan Relations"
W. Mark Fruin (Harvard Business School), "The Great Noda Strike of 1927-28: Japanese Labor-Management Relations at a Turning Point"
Takeshi Ohara (Harvard Center for International Affairs), "The Middle East and Japan: Issues for the 1980s"
Jack Button (Japan-United States Economic Relations Group), "A Long Range View of the United States-Japan Economic Relationship: The Report of the Wisemen's Group"
Richard Samuels (MIT), "Power Behind the Throne: Political Bosses in Contemporary Japan"
Aritoshi Soejima (Japan Embassy, Washington, D.C.), "Challenges of the Japanese Economy in a Global Context"
Andrew Gordon (Harvard U.), "Japanese Labor Relations, Past and Present"
Shukichi Kuno (Mitsui Company), "Regional Development in Japan: What Happened to the Tanaka Plan to Restructure the Japanese Archipelago?"
Ira C. Magaziner (Telesis), "Comparing Industrial Policies: What Can America and Europe Learn from Japan ?"
John Creighton Campbell (U. of Michigan), "Japan's Aging Society and the Government's Response"
Hiroshi Ouchi (National Institute for Research Advancement), "Post-Industrial Japan: Critical Dilemmas of Welfare and Security"
Kent E. Calder (Harvard U.), "Japanese Conceptions of National Security"
Sharon A. Minichiello (Loyola-Marymount U.), "Changing Japanese Perceptions of Democracy"
Satoshi Sugita (Burson-Marstellaer-Fuji), "Communication Problems of American Business in Japan"
Nobuo Maeda (Institute of Public Health, Tokyo), "The Development of National Health Insurance in Japan: The Case of Sawauchi Village"
Yasusuke Murakami (U. of Tokyo), "Mass Middle Class Politics in Contemporary Japan"
Takeo Iguchi (Consul General of Japan), "The Suzuki-Reagan Summit Meeting of 1981"
Hiroshi Hirabayashi (Ministry of Foreign Affairs), "Politics of Economic Summitry: A Japanese View of the 1981 Ottawa Summit"
Marlene Mayo (U. of Maryland), "Redesigning Japan: American Wartime Planning for the Occupation"
John Curtis Perry, (Fletcher School, Tufts U.), "Reflection on the American Occupation of Japan"
David D. Brown (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "Anatomy of 'Failure': Chikuzen's Role in the Meiji Restoration"
Roshihiko Hasegawa (Harvard School of Public Health), "The Drug Side Effect Problem in Japan: Its Historical and Cultural Roots"
Philip C. Brown (U. of Pennsylvania), "Land Tax System in Early Modern Japan: Hideyoshi's Land Survey (Taiko Kenchi) and the Kaga Domain"
Max E. Donner (Harvard Business School), "Trends in Japanese Direct Investment in the United States: The Case of High Technology Industries"
Osami Oba (Kansai U.), "Chinese Trade Ships to Japan in the 18th Century"
Michio Muramatsu (Kyoto U.), "Party-Bureaucratic Relations in Contemporary Japanese Politics"
Marvin Runyon (Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corporation, U.SA.), "An Update: Nissan's First ManufacturingVenture in the United States"
Tora Mozai (Tokai U.), "The Mongol Invasion Fleet of 1281: Recent Underwater Archeological Finds"
Yasumasa Hirasawa (Harvard U.), "Burakumin and Education in Japan: Teaching in a Minority Community"
Sheldon Garon (Princeton U.), "Is There Anything New Under the Rising Sun?: Western Models in Japanese Labor> Policy in the Interwar Era"
Eleanor Westney (Sloan School, MIT), "Organizational Development in Meiji Japan"
Ikuko Atsumi (Harvard U.), "From 'Lib' to Feminism: The Japanese Women's Movement after 1970"
Carol Gluck (Columbia U.), "The Making of Meiji Ideology"
Atsuko Hirai (Harvard U.), "The Japanese Concept of Individualism: History of an Idea"
Roger Bowen (Colby College), "E.H. Norman and the F.B.I"
Donald Roden (Rutgers U.), "Manliness as a Historical Problem in Modern Japan"
J. Victor Koschmann (Cornell U.), "Marxism and Politics in Early Postwar Japan"
Shinichi Kataoka (Rikkyo U.), "The Army and the Growth of Party Politics in Prewar Japan"
Mark Peattie (U. of Massachusetts, Boston), "Asian Empire: The Ambiguities of Japanese Colonialism"
Takehiko Noguchi (Kobe U.), "Japanese Ultranationalism in Politics and Literature: Mishima Yukio and Kita Ikki"
Bob Tadashi Wakabayashi (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "Fukuzawa Yukichi: Equality and Enlightenment"
Laura Kaufman (Manhattanville College), "Poems, Places, and Sacred Meaning in the Illustrated Biography of Ippen the Holy Man"
Robert J. Smith (Cornell U.), "Family, Farm, Factory: Japan's Rural Women"
Sharon Traweek (MIT), "Five Images of the Future of Physics: The Ethnography of Science Policy Institutes in Japan"
Matthews M. Hamabata (Yale U.), "Love and Work in Japanese Society: The Role of Women in Large-Scale Family Enterprise"
Sally Hastings (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "Prewar Neighborhood Associations in Tokyo"
John Morris (Tohoku U.), "Was Tokugawa Japan Feudal?: The Nature of Fiefs in the Sendai Domain"
David E. Apter (Yale U.), "The Politics of Social Protest: A Case Study of the Sanrizuka Anti-Airport Movement"
Harold Bolitho (Harvard U.), "Yet Another Bakumatsu Intellectual in Action"
David Groth (Colby College), "Bite the Bullet: The Anti-Shinkansen Movement"
Catharina Blomberg (Harvard U.), "The Religious Beliefs of the Samurai"
Susan J. Pharr (U. of Wisconsin at Madison), "Status Politics in Japan"
Thomas Rohlen, "Small Scale Family Business in the Japanese Political Economy"
Kenneth Kraft (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "Pointing to the Moon: How Zen Masters Talk about the Ineffable"
Minor L Rogers (Washington & Lee U.), "Rennyo Shonin: Restorer of the Jodo Shinshu"
Robert Borgen (U. of Hawaii at Manoa), "Images of the Heian Court as Reflected in Sugawara no Michizane"
William Kelly (Yale U.), "Between Rationality and Nostalgia: The Making of the New Middle Class on a Japanese Rice Plain"
David Plath (U. of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana), "Their Eyes are Different: Lifeways in Shima"
Joel R. Cohn (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "Comedy in Modern Japanese Fiction: Where and Why?"
Peter Nosco (St. John's U.), "Manyoshu Studies in Tokugawa Japan, 1600-1868"
Herbert Bix (Hosei U.), "Class Struggle and Historical Change in Japan, 1590-1884"
Steve Rabson (Brown U.), "Righteous Cause of Tragic Folly: Changing Perspectives on War in Meiji Poetry"
Jackson Bailey (Earlham College), "Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives: Economic Development in a Tohoku Village, 1955-1980"
Conrad Totman (Yale U.), "Heavy Transactions: Lumber Provisioning in Tokugawa Japan"
Richard Rubinger (Columbia U.), "What the Numbers Don't Tell Us: Literacy in 19th Century Japan"
Robert Danly (U. of Michigan), "The Fiction of Ihara Saikaku"
Gary Allinson (U. of Virginia), "Political Leadership of the Japanese Business Community: Patterns of Recruitment and Influence, 1917-1986"
Andrew Barshay (Wesleyan U.), "The Dual Senses of 'Public' in Modern Japan"
Ronald Toby (U. of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana), "Carnival of the Aliens: Korean Embassies in Edo-Period Art and Popular Culture"
Germaine Hoston (Johns Hopkins U.), "Ideology and Politics in Contemporary Japanese Marxism"
Dallas Finn (Harvard U.), "Is Meiji Architecture Worth Looking At? An Examination of Western Style Building in< Japan, 1868-1912"
Steven Reed (Harvard U.), "Politicians, Voters, and Electoral Outcomes in Postwar Japan, 1947-1955"
David Pollack (U. of Rochester), "The Orientalist Deconstructed: Roland Barthe in The Empire of Signs"
L Bruce Darling (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "The Descent of Paradise: Pure Land Beliefs and Art in Medieval Japan"
Laura Hein (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "Rebuilding the Postwar Japanese Energy Industries: Problems, Compromises, and Resolutions"
Paul Watt (Columbia U.), "Rediscovering the True Dharma: The Buddhisms of Suzuki Shosan (1579-1655) and Jiun Sonja (1718-1804)"
Brett de Bary (Cornell U.), "Haniya Yutaka: Tenko and the Prison House of Language"
Frank Hoff (U. of Toronto), "Perspectives on the Folk Performing Arts of Japan"
James McClain (Brown U.), "Why the People Went Over: Kaga Domain on the Eve of the Meiji Restoration"
Michael Birt (Wellesley College), "War and Japan's 16th Century Transformation"
Janet Walker (Rutgers U.), "Crosscultural Poetics in Meiji Fiction: The Technique of Description of Character in Futabatei Shimei's Ukigumo (1889)"
Samuel Coleman (North Carolina State U.), "Scientists in the American Occupation of Japan and the Reshaping of Postwar Japanese Science and Technology"
Takashi Fujitani (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "From Court-in-Motion to Motionless Court: Emperor Meiji and the Making of Japan's Modem Ritual Topography"
Carolyn Morley (Wellesley College), "The Dynamics of the Audience-Actor Relationship in the Kyogen Theater"
William Johnston (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "Saving Bequests, and Residential Choice of the Japanese Elderly"
David Groth (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "Biting the Bullet Train: Negotiations, Direct Actions, and Court Cases in Contemporary Japan"
Edwin McClellan (Yale U.), "Ogai and Soseki: Two Meiji Writers Who Went Their Separate Ways"
Marie Anchordoguy (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "The State and the Market: The Development of the Japanese Computer Industry"
Meera Viswanathan (Brown U.), "On Translating Kuki Shuzo"
Samuel Morse (Amherst College), "Jocho's Amida at the Byodo-in and Cultural Legitimization in Late Heian Japan"
Van Gessel (UC Berkeley), "The 'Medium' of Fiction: Narrative Strategies in Enchi Fumiko's Nakamiko Monogatari"
De-min Tao (Fundan U., Shanghai), "Current Researeh on Japanese History in the PRC'
William LaFleur (UCLA), "Ironic Exchange), Watsuji Tetsuro and Kawakami Hajime"
Peter Nosco (U. of Southern California), "Confucianism and Nativism in Tokugawa Japan"
Andrew Goble (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "Creating Medieval Japan: The Alternatives of the 1330s"
Constantine Vaporis (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "The Edo Man and the Satsuma Sweet Potato: Travel in Tokugawa Japan"
Marilyn Ivy (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "'Tradition' and Loss in Postmodern Japan"
Margaret McKean (Duke U.), "Japan's Wartime Rationing Economy), Cheating Versus Cooperation in Adversity"
Millie Creighton (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "Japanese Consciousness, Non-Japanese Entities), The Merchandising of National Traditions"
Martin Collcutt (Princeton U.), "The Bodhi Sattva, Kannon in the Meiji Restoration"
Kathleen Merken (McGill U.), "The Fiction of Furui Yoshikichi"
Christena Turner (UC San Diego), "Community Conflict and Social Action in a Japanese Union"
Esperanza Ramirez-Christensen (U. of Michigan), "Mind Linking the Ten-Thousand Things: Shinkei on the Renga Poet"
James White (U. of North Carolina), "State Control and Socio-Political Conflict in Japan"
Wayne Farris (U. of Tennessee), "An Essential Matter: The Evolution of the Japanese Military from 500 to 1300"
F. Curtis Miles (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "Minoda Muneki in Early Showa: Fascist, Fanatic, Traditionalist?"
Fred Notehelfer (UCLA), "New Discussions on Treaty Port Life, the Francis Hall Journal"
Leonard Schoppa (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "The LDPs Zuko: Their Role in Education Policy Reform"
Nobuo Tsuji (Tokyo U.), "Kazari (Ornament): An Approach to Japanese Culture"
Richard Okada (Princeton U.), "Writing in a 'Feminine Hand': Japanese Representations, Feminist (and Other) Questions"
Herman Ooms (UCLA), "The Tokugawa Juridical Field and the Power of Law"
Ann WaIthall (U. of Utah), "Chaste Wives/Unruly Women: Invisible Presence in Japanese Peasant Uprisings"
Miles Fletcher (U. of North Carolina), "Forging Industrial Policy in the Private Sector), The Japan Spinners Association, 1882-1940"
Henry Smith (Columbia U.), "Rethinking the Story of the 47 Ronin"
John Solt (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "Kitasono Katue and the Introduction of Literary Surrealism to Japan, 1925-1940"
Yukiko Hanawa (Wellesley College), "Voices from the Periphery: Imagining Rural Women in Japan's Modern Trajectory"
Suzanne Culter (RIJS Postdoctoral Fellow), "Managing Decline: A Study of the Community Impact of Japan's Coal Mining Policy"