James E. Auer is director of the Center for U.S.-Japan Studies and Cooperation at the Institute for Public Policy Studies at Vanderbilt University. He is editor of From Marco Polo Bridge to Pearl Harbor: Who Was Responsible? (Yomiuri Shinbun, 2006) and continues his research on U.S.Japan national security relations. Simon Avenell is an associate professor in the Department of Japanese Studies at the National University of Singapore. He is author of Making Japanese Citizens: Civil Society and the Mythology of the Shimin in Postwar Japan (California, 2010) and "Japan and the Global Revival of the `Civil Society' Idea: Contemporaneity and the Retreat of Criticality," Japan Forum (2011). He is working on a book on Japan in the contemporary global environmental movement. Holly A. Blumner is an associate professor of theater, film, and media studies at St. Mary's College of Maryland. Her publications include entries in Leiter, ed., Encyclopedia of Asian Theatre (Greenwood, 2006), and "Nakamura Shichisaburo and the Creation of Edo-style Wagoto," in Leiter, ¯ ed., A Kabuki Reader: History and Performance (M. E. Sharpe, 2002). Her research is on karakuri ningyo, mechanical puppets, theatricality in ¯ Japanese festivals, and Genroku-era kabuki. Patricia Boling is an associate professor
The Journal of Japanese Studies – Society for Japanese Studies
Published: Jul 14, 2012
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