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Terry E. MacDougall
Stanford Japan Center, Bing Overseas Program, Director Emeritus
Immigration, ethnicity, and citizenship in contemporary Japan; Nagasaki in the making of modern Japan
temacd(at)stanford.edu

Edward T. Mack
Univ. of Washington, Assoc. Prof. of Japanese
Japanese-language literary activities in Brazil, prior to the Second World War
tmack(at)uw.edu

Tamaki Maeda
Independent Scholar
Sino-Japanese artistic exchanges in the later nineteenth and early twentieth century
tamaki(at)uw.edu

Ayu Majima
Meiji, Senior Asst. Prof.
Socio-cultural history of modern Japan; family and gender, mindsets, and lifestyle
majima(at)meiji.ac.jp

Federico Marcon 
Princeton, Asst. Prof., East Asian Studies and History 
The introduction of Western philosophy in nineteenth-century Japan
fmarcon@princeton.edu

Andrew L. Maske 
Univ. of Kentucky, Assoc. Prof. of Art History 
Book manuscript on the tea bowl in Japan
andrew.maske(at)uky.edu

Thomas Mason
ALLEX Foundation, Executive Director
Chinese and Japanese pedagogy, study abroad
thomas.mason(at)allex.org

Jennifer M. J. Milioto Matsue 
Union College, Assoc. Prof. of Music, East Asian Studies, and Anthropology 
Cross-cultural comparison of religious dance in Bali and Japan; research on iconic Icelandic avant-garde artist Bjork
matsuej(at)union.edu

Reo Matsuzaki 
Trinity College, Asst. Prof. of Political Science 
State-building, institutions of state-society mediation, colonialism, Taiwan and Philippines
reo.matsuzaki(at)trincoll.edu

Yoshihisa Tak Matsusaka 
Wellesley, Assoc. Prof. of History 
Imperialism and the Nationalist Opposition in Late Meiji Japan: A Study of the Seikyōsha, 1888-1918
ymatsusa(at)wellesley.edu

Trent E. Maxey 
Amherst, Assoc. Prof. of Japanese History 
The social and political history of automobility in 20th-century Japan
tmaxey(at)amherst.edu

James McLendon 
Independent Scholar 
The role of MOF in Japan’s political economy 
hjmclendonjr(at)yahoo.com

Sean H. McPherson 
Bridgewater State, Asst. Prof. of Art History
Development of Buddhist architecture by Japanese immigrant communities in the U.S. and the Americas
sean.h.mcpherson@bridgew.edu

Richard H. Minear 
UMass Amherst, Prof. Emeritus of History 
Tokyo University in the 1930s
rhminear(at)history.umass.edu

Shigeru Miyagawa 
MIT, Prof. of Linguistics and Philosphy 
Linguisitcs, digital humanities, and Japanese culture and history
miyagawa(at)mit.edu

Kuniko Miyanaga 
Independent Scholar
Factuality (observed by anthropologists) among ordinary people as basis of science, justice, and democracy
miyanaga(at)kuniko.com

Jiro Mizuno 
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific, Visiting Prof. of Japanese Diplomacy and International Law
Japan's contribution to Iran-U.S. relationship restoration
mizunojr(at)yahoo.com

Robert H. Morehouse 
Independent Scholar
Manila war crimes trials, IMTFE, SCAP, legacy of the occupation, and Tsuji Masanobu
rmorehouse(at)post.harvard.edu

Kiyoko Morita 
Tufts, Lecturer Emerita in Japanese 
Pedagogy, analyzing problems and helping students' reading comprehension and translation skills
kiyoko.caine(at)gmail.com

Carolyn A. Morley 
Wellesley, Prof. of Japanese Literature and Theater
Buddhist nun plays in Kyōgen comedies
cmorley(at)wellesley.edu

James W. Morley 
Columbia, Ruggles Prof. Emeritus of Political Science 
Current affairs and U.S. policy 
jameswmorley(at)rcn.com  

Anne Nishimura Morse 
Museum of Fine Arts Boston, William and Helen Pounds Senior Curator of Japanese Art 
Japanese Buddhist painting and ritual practice; contemporary Japanese photography
amorse(at)mfa.org

Samuel C. Morse
Amherst, Howard M. and Martha P. Mitchell Prof. of Art and History of Art 
The Hasedera Kannon and the Seiryōji Shaka in the Kamakura Period
scmorse(at)amherst.edu

Andrea Murray
Independent Scholar 
Book manuscript on tourism and environmental problems in Okinawa
andrea.e.murray(at)gmail.com

Hiromu Nagahara 
MIT, Assoc. Prof. of History 
Politics of art and culture in Japan since the nineteenth century
nagahara(at)mit.edu

Susan J. Napier 
Tufts, Goldthwaite Prof. of Rhetoric
Finishing book on Japanese animation director Hayao Miyazaki
susan.napier(at)tufts.edu

Emer S. O'Dwyer 
Oberlin, Assoc. Prof. of History and East Asian Studies 
Japan's Postwar Democracy: The First Decade
emer.odwyer(at)gmail.com