SOAS Studies in Modern and Contemporary Japan
SERIES EDITOR: Christopher Gerteis (SOAS, University of London)
EDITORIAL BOARD: Stephen Dodd (SOAS, University of London) I Andrew Gerstle (SOAS, University of London) I Janet Hunter (London School of Economics) I Helen Macnaughtan (SOAS, University of London) I Timon Screech (SOAS, University of London) I Naoko Shimazu (Birkbeck, University of London)
Published by Bloomsbury, the SOAS Studies in Modern and Contemporary Japan series features scholarly books on Japan, showcasing new research monographs as well as translations of scholarship not previously available in English. Our goal is to publish high quality, peer-reviewed research on Japan, its history, politics and culture.
The series seeks to cover a wide range of topics, including studies of Ethnicity and Empire; War and Popular Memory; Gender and Social Change; Law and Society; New and Established Religions; Cinema, Television and Visual Culture; Arts and Cultures; Domestic Politics & International Affairs.
Forthcoming works include:
- Women and Democracy in Cold War Japan, Jan Bardsley (University of North-Carolina, USA), 2014
- Christianity and Imperialism in Modern Japan: Empire for God, Emily Anderson (Washington State University, USA), 2014
- The China Problem in Postwar Japan, Robert Hoppens, (University of Texas Pan-American, USA) 2015
- Media, Propaganda and Politics in 20th-Century Japan, The Asahi Shimbun Company, 2015
- Contemporary Sino-Japanese Relations on Screen, Griseldis Kirsch (SOAS, University of London, UK), 2015
- Japanese Taiwan, Andrew Morris (California Polytechnic State University, USA), 2015
- Politics and Power in 20th Century Japan, Timothy S. George (University of Rhode Island, USA) 2015
- The Self-Defense Forces and Civil Society in Postwar Japan,Tomoyuki Sasaki (Eastern Michigan University, USA), 2015
- Japan as a Maritime Power, Paul Midford (Norwegian University for Science and Technology, Norway), 2015
We welcome proposals for new books in the series. If you would like to discuss contributing, please get in touch with the series editor at firstname.lastname@example.org