G - I

Terence Gallagher
Independent Scholar
Ghost stories of 3/11 earthquake
terry.gallagher(at)gmail.com

Timothy S. George
URI, Prof. of History
Toroku arsenic poisoning
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 
The work of history in modern Japan
cg9(at)columbia.edu

Janet E. Goff 
Independent Scholar 
Foxes and the art of transformation in classical Japanese theatre (noh, kyōgen, jōruri, kabuki)
jgoff07(at)gmail.com

Yoshie Gordon 
Boston Higashi School, Director of Development and Corporate Relations 
Autism education in Japan and in the U.S.
yoshiegordon(at)gmail.com

Robert D. Goree 
Wellesley, Asst. Prof. of Japanese
Tokugawa Period book history, geography, and literature
rgoree(at)wellesley.edu

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

William W. Grimes
BU, Prof. of International Relations; Assoc. Dean for Academic Affairs
Political economy of financial cooperation and financial regulation in East Asia
wgrimes(at)bu.edu

Elizabeth ten Grotenhuis
BU, Prof. Emerita for Japanese Art; Head, Birches School
Asia-based curriculum at Birches School; "Dig into History" advisory board
etengrotenhuis(at)gmail.com

Tristan R. Grunow
Univ. of British Columbia, Asst. Prof. of Japanese History
Mapping the spatial redevelopment of Tokyo into the Imperial Capital during the Meiji Period
tristan.grunow(at)ubc.ca

Christine M. E. Guth
Independent Scholar
Craft in early modern Japan
cmeguth(at)gmail.com

Mary Alice Haddad
Wesleyan, Prof. of Government; Chair, College of East Asian Studies
Environmental politics in East Asia
mahaddad(at)wesleyan.edu

Kenneth Haig 
Hokkaido Univ., Research Associate; Director of Regulatory Affairs, Oracle Japan
Energy and environmental policy
kenhaig(at)gmail.com

William M. Hammell
Independent Scholar
Scholarly publishing, voiceover narration, international school culture
william.hammell(at)gmail.com

Jeffrey E. Hanes
Univ. of Oregon, Assoc. Prof. of History; Director, Center for Asian and Pacific Studies
Design of postwar base housing in Japan, urban space and culture in modern Osaka
hanes(at)uoregon.edu

Walter F. Hatch
Colby, Assoc. Prof. of Government; Director, Oak Institute for the Study of International Human Rights
Reconciliation between Japan and its neighbors, politics of U.S. military bases in Asia
wfhatch(at)colby.edu

Tom Havens 
Northeastern, Prof. of History 
History of Japanese botany
thavens(at)bhavens.com

Kenji Hayao 
BC, Assoc. Prof. of Political Science 
Changing impact of Japanese prime ministership on the policy process
hayao(at)bc.edu

Robert I. Hellyer 
Wake Forest, Assoc. Prof. of History 
An American Cup of Green Tea: Made in Japan
hellyer(at)wfu.edu

Mariko I. Henstock 
BU, Senior Lecturer of Japanese
Analyzing motivations of East Asian international students to study Japanese language in the U.S.
henstock(at)bu.edu

Money L. Hickman 
Independent scholar 
Early maitreya imagery in gandhara, the paintings of Meiyo Kokah, priest-painter (1653-1717)

Junji Himeno 
Keio Medical Univ., Assoc. Coach of Kendo Club
The concept of kendo, the purpose of practicing kendo, and the mindset of kendo instruction
jun8-himeno(at)i.softbank.jp

Hosea Hirata 
Tufts, Prof. of Japanese Literature
A study of Kobayashi Hideo
hosea.hirata(at)tufts.edu

Allen F. Hockley 
Dartmouth, Assoc. Prof. of Art History
Visualizing History in Meiji Japan, a book manuscript on illustrated histories of the Meiji period
allen.hockley(at)dartmouth.edu

Todd J. M. Holden 
Independent Scholar 
Fictionalized account of Japan's 3/11 tragedy
holden.intcul(at)gmail.com

Saburo Horikawa
Hosei, Prof. of Sociology
Research for book manuscript Place, Preservation, and Politics: A U.S.-Japan Comparison
sab(at)hosei.ac.jp

Yusaku Horiuchi
Dartmouth, Prof. of Government and Mitsui Prof. of Japanese Studies
Japanese public opinion (e.g. attitudes toward refugees), electoral politics
yusaku.horiuchi(at)dartmouth.edu

Christopher W. Hughes 
Warwick, Prof. of Japanese Studies and International Politics 
Japan's international relations and security policy
c.w.hughes(at)warwick.ac.uk

Takaharu Ichimura 
Harvard Medical School, Instructor of Medicine
Study of Japanese biology in Meiji Period
tichimura(at)bwh.harvard.edu

Kimberly H. Icreverzi
Independent Scholar
Gender and labor in postwar Japanese cinema
kicreverzi(at)gmail.com

Evan S. Ingram
Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong, Asst. Prof. of Japanese Studies
12th-century Japanese religious exchange with China
sheaingram(at)cuhk.edu.hk

Charles S. Inouye 
Tufts, Prof. of Japanese 
Finishing Archipelago: Figurality and the Development of Modern Consciousness, beginning new translation of Izumi Kyōka
charles.inouye(at)tufts.edu

Rei O. Inouye 
Northeastern, World Languages Center, Assoc. Teaching Prof. of Japanese 
Using popular cultural texts/images as tools to teach cultural perspectives in elementary Japanese classrooms
r.inouye(at)northeastern.edu

James P. Ito-Adler 
Association for Central Asian Civilization and Silk Road Studies, Executive Officer
Buddhism and the Silk Road
jitoadler(at)gmail.com

Christopher A. Ives 
Stonehill, Prof. of Religious Studies 
Zen Buddhist views of nature in relation to environmental ethics
cives(at)stonehill.edu