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D. Colin Jaundrill 
Providence College, Assoc. Prof. East Asian History
Book manuscript research on the 1868 battles at Toba and Fushimi
jaundrill(at)providence.edu

William D. Johnston 
Wesleyan, Prof. of History
History of cholera and public health in Japan
wjohnston(at)wesleyan.edu

Mark A. Jones 
Central Connecticut State, Assoc. Prof. of History 
History of romantic love and marriage in 1920s Japan
jonesm(at)ccsu.edu

Jason A. Josephson Storm
Williams, Assoc. Prof. of Religion; Chair, Department of Religion
Japanese religions, East Asian philosophy, history of science, philosophy of social science
jason.josephson(at)williams.edu

Naoki Kamimura 
Nanzan, Prof. of British and American Studies
Japan-U.S. security relations and U.S. policy toward the 1952 Bolivian Revolution
kamimura(at)nanzan-u.ac.jp

Ikumi Kaminishi 
Tufts, Assoc. Prof. of Art History
Book manuscript on medieval politics of picture handscroll production
ikumi.kaminishi(at)tufts.edu

Miki Kaneda
BU, Asst. Prof. of Music
Japanese avant-garde and experimental music in transnational context, race and gender in music
kanedamiki(at)mac.com

Nikhil Kapur
Rutgers-Camden, Asst. Prof. of History
Finishing book manuscript on 1960 U.S.-Japan Security Treaty protests and their aftermath
nick.kapur(at)rutgers.edu

Taizo Kato 
Waseda, Prof. Emeritus of Psychology 
Unhealthy nature of Japanese addictive relationships
katotaizo(at)gmail.com

Sachiko Kawai
USC, Research Associate, Department of History
Medieval Japanese women's inheritance, land management, and their strategies to wield power
sachiko(at)mehringer.com

Sari Kawana
UMass Boston, Assoc. Prof. of Japanese 
History of literary publishing in Japan; genre fiction, particularly detective fiction and educational manga
sari.kawana(at)umb.edu

Terry Kawashima 
UMass Boston, Prof. of Asian Studies; Chair, Department of Asian Studies
Rebirth, recognition, and visuality in premodern Japan
terry.kawashima(at)umb.edu

Adam L. Kern 
Univ. of Wisconsin, Prof. of Japanese Literature and Visual Culture; Director, Center for Visual Cultures 
Book manuscripts in progress: The Penguin Book of Haiku and A Kamigata Anthology: Literature from Japan’s Metropolitan Centers, 1600-1750
alkern(at)wisc.edu

Masato Kimura 
Shibusawa Ei'icihi Memorial Foundation, Senior Director
Entrepreneurs and philanthropy from the late 19th century until the early 20th century
shibusawa.kimura(at)gmail.com

Takako Kishima 
Waseda, Assoc. Prof. of Political Science 
Status of sexual minorities in the media-/market-mediated consumer culture of neoliberal era
kishima.t(at)waseda.jp

Aleksandra Kobiljski 
National Center for Scientific Research, Assoc. Prof. of Modern and Contemporary History
Engineering the Restoration: Envirotech History of Steel in Japan
aleksandra.kobiljski(at)ehess.fr

Gabriele Koch
Yale-NUS, Asst. Prof. of Anthropology
Gender and sexuality, labor, rights, care
gabriele.koch(at)yale-nus.edu.sg

T. James Kodera 
Wellesley, Prof. of Religion 
Takashi Paul Nagai (1908-1951): radiologist, convert, atomic bomb victim, and pacifist
jkodera(at)wellesley.edu

Takeshi Kokubo 
UMass Boston, Lecturer Emeritus on Japanese 
A history of the Musashi Koku with emphasis on the influence of the Uesugi Clan
tandckokubo(at)rcn.com

Keigo Komamura
Keio, Vice President; Prof. of Law
Constitutional law, constitutional history of Japan, and constitutionalism in the U.S. and Asian countries
komamura(at)keio.jp

Yukinori Komine
Fitchburg State Univ., Visiting Asst. Prof. of Political Science 
Alliance Restraint in International Politics: The U.S.-Japan Alliance and the Senkaku Islands
yukinorikomine(at)hotmail.com

Kimberly T. Kono 
Smith, Assoc. Prof. of Japanese
Literary representations of Japanese women and colonial Manchuria
kkono(at)smith.edu

Thomas Lamarre
McGill, James McGill Prof. of Japanese Studies and Media Studies
Regional Television: Geographies of Japanese Media
thomas.lamarre(at)mcgill.ca

Gary P. Leupp
Tufts, Prof. of History
Silk workers in Kyoto during the Edo Period
gleupp(at)tufts.edu

Adam P. Liff
Indiana Univ., Asst. Prof. of East Asian International Relations
Japanese and Chinese foreign policy, Asia-Pacific security affairs
aliff(at)indiana.edu

Mark E. Lincicome 
Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies, Director
UNESCO World Heritage Convention and Japan's pursuit of international cultural legitimacy
ml3837(at)columbia.edu

Jennifer M. Lind 
Dartmouth, Assoc. Prof. of Government 
How countries rise economically and militarily to become great powers
jennifer.lind(at)dartmouth.edu