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Terence Gallagher
Independent Scholar; Translator
A study of translation, from Japanese to English
terry.gallagher(at)gmail.com

David George 
Bates College, Lecturer in Spanish 
The translation of Spanish literature into Japanese in the 1920s; preparing monograph on Spanish novelist Vicente Blasco Ibañez’s reflections on Taisho Japan 
dgeorge(at)bates.edu

Timothy S. George 
URI, Prof. of History 
Toroku mine poisoning; machizukuri in Minamata, Seiyo, Tsumago, and Otaru; unit on Minamata for website "Visualizing Cultures"; co-editing "Mirror of an Uncertain Age"
tgeorge(at)uri.edu

William L. Givens 
The Japan Fund, Former Chairman 
U.S.- Japan trade competition
wlgivens(at)aol.com

Carol Gluck 
Columbia, George Sansom Prof. of History 
"Thinking with the Past"
cg9(at)columbia.edu

Janet E. Goff 
Independent Scholar 
The art of transformation in traditional Japanese theater (noh, kyôgen, jôruri, and kabuki) using fox characters as an example 
jgoff07(at)gmail.com

Yoshie Gordon 
Boston Higashi School, Director of Development and Corporate Relations 
Autistic children's sleep disturbance at the school; cross-cultural research on autism; international teachers' training program on autism for third world teachers 
gordon(at)bostonhigashi.org

Robert D. Goree 
Columbia, ACLS New Faculty Fellow in East Asian Languages and Cultures 
Japanese Literature and Culture
rdgoree(at)gmail.com

Peter Grilli 
Japan Society of Boston, President 
Intercultural exchange 
grilli(at)us-japan.org

William W. Grimes BU, Prof. of Intl. Relations; Chair, Dept. of Intl. Relations 
Regional financial cooperation in East Asia, currency politics, take-over markets in Japan
wgrimes(at)bu.edu

Elizabeth ten Grotenhuis BU, Prof. Emerita for Japanese Art 
Buddhist art, Silk Road studies 
etengrotenhuis(at)gmail.com

Mary Alice Haddad Wesleyan, Asst. Prof. of Government 
Environmental politics in East Asia, investigating strategies to promote better environmental behavior by government, corporations, and citizens 
mahaddad(at)wesleyan.edu

Kenneth Haig 
Bard, Asst. Prof. of Political Studies 
Explaining variation in policy responses to demographic changes (aging populations, low birthrates) in Japan and East Asia 
khaig(at)bard.edu

Sayumi Harb
Connecticut College, Asst. Prof. of Japanese Studies
Word and Image in 19th and 20th century Japanese literature and poetics 
stakahas@conncoll.edu

Walter Hatch 
Colby, Assoc. Prof. of Government; Director, Oak Institute for the Study of Intl. Human Rights 
Why Japan has been unsuccessful, compared to Germany, in achieving reconciliation with neighbors it invaded, occupied, or brutalized in the past 
wfhatch(at)colby.edu

Tom Havens 
Northeastern, Prof. of History 
History of long distance racing in Japan and its former colonies, 1910-present 
thavens(at)bhavens.com

Kenji Hayao 
BC, Assoc. Prof. of Political Science 
Japanese Prime Ministership 
hayao(at)bc.edu

Robert I. Hellyer 
Wake Forest, Assc. Prof. of History 
Green tea and the path to an industrial, international Japan
hellyer(at)wfu.edu

Mariko Itoh Henstock 
BU, Senior Lecturer 
Research on developing critical thinking through content-based language instruction
henstock(at)bu.edu

Money L. Hickman 
Independent scholar 
Research on the priest-painter Meiyo Kokan (1653-1717)

Junji Himeno 
Japan Quality Assurance Organization, Director, Promotion Center 
A thought on Japanese people’s aspiration for practicing in spirituality 
himeno-junji(at)jqa.jp

Atsuko Hirai 
Bates, Kazushige Hirasawa Prof. of History 
Political effects of the mourning laws of Japan from the Ritsu-Ryo codes to the Meiji laws through the Tokugawa mourning edicts 
ahirai(at)bates.edu

Hosea Hirata 
Tufts, Prof. of Japanese Lit.; Chair, Dept. of German, Russian, and Asian Lang. and Lit. 
A study of Kobayashi Hideo and Dostoevsky 
hosea.hirata(at)tufts.edu

Allen F. Hockley 
Dartmouth, Assoc. Prof. of Art History; Chair, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies 
Visual history of Meiji Japan through an examination of Meiji-period books and journals on the history of Japan
allen.hockley(at)dartmouth.edu

Todd J. M. Holden 
Independent Scholar 
Historical and cultural research on Japanese television advertising with emphasis on art, torpes, content, meaning, and social role of television advertising in contemporary Japann
Holden.intcul(at)gmail.com

Saburo Horikawa
Hosei, Prof. of Sociology
Movements: the sense of place, the ownership, and the logic of preservation
sab(at)hosei.ac.jp

Yusaku Horiuchi
Dartmouth, Assoc. Prof. of Government; Mitsui Chair in the Study of Japan
Comparative Politics (electoral politics, political economy, public opinion, Japan) and political methodology (statistical methods, research design)
yusaku.horiuchi(at)dartmouth.edu

Christopher Hughes 
Warwick, Prof. of Japanese Studies and Intl. Politics 
Japan’s international relations, esp. security and defense policy; U.S.-Japan, Japan-North Korea, and Japan-China relations; Japan’s regional policy in East Asia 
c.w.hughes(at)warwick.ac.uk

Takaharu Ichimura 
Harvard Medical School, Instructor of Medicine, BWH Renal Division 
Study of the Japanese biologist Kumagusu Minakata’s work – his role in modern Japanese science and culture
tichimura(at)partners.org

Eiko Ikegami 
New School, Prof., Chair of Sociology 
Book projects: "Kyoto: A Thousand Years of Celebrations"; “Alternative Routes to State and Society Transformation: Japan, China, and Ottoman Turkey"; "Trust and Uncertainty: Styles of Japanese Capitalism"

Charles Shirô Inouye 
Tufts, Prof. of Japanese 
Completing book on the development of modern consciousness; gothic studies; the end of the world, Plan B; translation work 
charles.inouye(at)tufts.edu

Rei Okamoto Inouye 
Northeastern, Assoc. Academic Specialist of Japanese 
Manga and manga eiga in the 1930s and 1940s
r.inouye(at)neu.edu

Yoshiyuki Isoda 
Consular Office of Japan, Davao, Director 
Japanese politics toward developing countries
isodafamily025(at)yahoo.co.jp

James P. Ito-Adler 
Independent Scholar 
Adoption in Japan and England; Japanese diaspora in Brazil 
jitoadler(at)gmail.com

Christopher Ives 
Stonehill, Prof., Chair of Religious Studies 
Contemporary Zen thought and Zen Buddhist social ethics (especially in relation to environmental issues and nationalism)
cives(at)stonehill.edu

Haruko Iwasaki 
UC Santa Barbara, Assoc. Prof. Emerita of Japanese 
Matsudaira Sadanobu and Ota Nampo, leaders of opposing camps at the Kansei Reforms, and the surprising ties that connected them in their youths
harukoi(at)earthlink.net