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Scott W. Aalgard
Wesleyan, Asst. Prof. of East Asian Studies
Critical practice and visions of community in modern and contemporary Japanese cultural production
saalgaard(at)wesleyan.edu

Marié Abe
BU, Asst. Prof. of Music
Intersection of sound, public space, and social difference in contemporary Japanese urban life through ethnographic analysis of chindon-ya
marieabe(at)bu.edu

Barbara R. Ambros
UNC Chapel Hill, Prof. of East Asian Religions
Animals and religion in contemporary Japan; the life and teachings of a contemporary Shinshu healer
bambros(at)email.unc.edu

Galen D. Amstutz
Independent Scholar; Adj. Faculty, Institute of Buddhist Studies
New historical overview of Shin Buddhism
amstutzgalen(at)gmail.com

Marnie S. Anderson 
Smith, Assoc. Prof. of History 
Social, political, and legal history of Meiji Japan with focus on gender
msanders(at)smith.edu

Anna V. Andreeva 
Heidelberg Univ., Karl Jaspers Centre, Research Assoc. in Japanese History 
Japanese Buddhism, history of medicine, and gender in medieval Japan
andreeva(at)asia-europe.uni-heidelberg.de

Yuko Aoyama 
Clark, Prof. of Geography; Assoc. Provost and Dean of Research, Office of Academic Affairs
Globalization, social innovation, and transnational social entrepreneurship
yaoyama(at)clarku.edu

Bruce P. Baird 
UMass Amherst, Assoc. Prof. of Japanese 
Butō, Japanese theater, intellectual history, and new media
baird(at)umass.edu

Mikael Bauer
McGill, Asst. Prof. of Japanese Religions
Japanese premodern Buddhism and history
mikael.bauer(at)mcgill.ca

Jeffrey P. Bayliss 
Trinity, Assoc. Prof. of History; Chair, Department of History
History and perception of Korean athletes who participated in Japanese sports during the colonial period
jeffrey.bayliss(at)trincoll.edu

Thomas U. Berger
BU, Assoc. Prof. of International Relations 
The US alliance system in Europe and East Asia in comparison
tuberger(at)bu.edu

Rosemarie Bernard 
Waseda, Asst. Prof. of Anthropology and Japanese Studies 
Anthropology, ritual and politics, law, emperorship, Shinto, religion, and art
rbernard(at)waseda.jp

Joanne R. Bernardi 
Rochester, Prof. of Japanese and Film and Media Studies 
Re-Envisioning Japan (digital humanities project); Routledge Handbook of Japanese Cinema (co-editor); Juzō Itami (monograph)
joanne.bernardi(at)rochester.edu

Laura E. Bernhart-Wong
Independent Scholar; FFD Koordinatorin, German Foreign Ministry
Intercultural communication between Western Europe, East Asia and the North Americas
laura_e_wong(at)yahoo.com

Victoria Lyon Bestor 
Executive Director, North American Coordinating Council on Japanese Library Resources
Library resources; development of new internet-based Open Source materials on Japan in support of undergraduate education
vbestor(at)fas.harvard.edu

Phyllis Birnbaum 
Independent Scholar; Writer
Biography of Okakura Tenshin
phyllis.birnbaum(at)gmail.com

Herbert P. Bix 
SUNY Binghamton, Prof. Emeritus of History and Sociology 
America's path to perpetual war, 1820s-present
hbix(at)binghamton.edu

Thomas S. Blackwood 
Tokyo International Univ., Institute for International Strategy, Prof. of Sociology
Japanese language schools as a "side-door" for labor immigration
tsblackwood(at)gmail.com

Verena K. Blechinger-Talcott 
Free Univ. of Berlin, Prof. of Japanese Politics and Political Economy
Patterns of modernity in East Asia; Collaborative project on the emergence of global governance due to epidemics
vblechin(at)zedat.fu-berlin.de

Mark L. Blum 
UC Berkeley, Prof. and Shinjo Ito Distinguished Chair in Japanese Studies 
History of nenbutsu thought, practice, and performance
mblum(at)berkeley.edu

Robert Borgen 
UC Davis, Prof. Emeritus of East Asian Languages and Culture
Early Japanese cultural relations with China
rborgen(at)ucdavis.edu

Daniel Botsman 
Yale, Prof. of History 
Emancipation in 19th-century Japan; translations of recent work on Tokugawa social history
daniel.botsman(at)yale.edu

Ethan D. Bushelle
Western Washington, Visiting Asst. Prof., Department of Liberal Studies
Buddhist understandings of nature in premodern Japan
ethan.bushelle(at)wwu.edu

Patrick Caddeau
Princeton, Dean of Forbes College
Genji reception, ecocriticism
caddeau(at)princeton.edu

Gavin J. Campbell
Doshisha, Prof. of American Studies
US-Japan cultural encounters, 1830s-1890s
gcampbel(at)mail.doshisha.ac.jp

Matthew M. Carlson
Univ. of Vermont, Assoc. Prof. of Political Science
Political corruption and scandals, campaign finance
matthew.carlson(at)uvm.edu

Haeng-ja Sachiko Chung 
Okayama Univ., Discovery Program for Global Learners, Assoc. Prof.
Program building and contents education in English and Japanese at Japanese universities
hchung(at)okayama-u.ac.jp

Ellen P. Conant 
Independent Scholar 
Article reappraising lives and careers of Ernest and Mary Fenollosa titled, “Unraveling the Fenellosa Narrative”
epconant(at)aol.com

Ian Condry 
MIT, Prof. of Japanese Cultural and Media Studies 
A comparative ethnographic study of diverse music scenes (Tokyo, Boston, Berlin) as emergent social economies
condry(at)mit.edu

Thomas D. Conlan
Princeton, Prof. of East Asian Studies and History
Court, ritual, and politics in sixteenth-century Japan
tconlan(at)princeton.edu

Theodore F. Cook
William Patterson, Prof. of History; Director, Asian Studies Program 
War and memory in shaping Japanese culture, especially the Asia-Pacific War
cookt(at)wpunj.edu

Teruko Craig 
Tufts, Senior Lecturer Emerita in Japanese
Translating essays by Fukuzawa Yukichi 
acraig(at)fas.harvard.edu

Michael P. Cronin 
College of William and Mary, Assoc. Prof. of Japanese Studies
Historical link between Osaka and the Korean island, Jeju; figure of posthuman in cultural production; alternate histories
mpcronin(at)wm.edu

Jennifer Cullen 
Northeastern, Lecturer, Deptartment of Cultures, Societies, and Global Studies
Shojo manga and incest films of Shinoda Masahiro
jenniferkw8(at)gmail.com

Michael A. Cusumano
MIT Sloan School, Sloan Management Review Distinguished Prof. of Management 
Entrepreneurship in Japan
cusumano(at)mit.edu