Secrecy’s Power: Covert Shin Buddhists and the Consequences of Concealment (Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, in press)
Preaching as Performance: Notes on a Secretive Shin Buddhist Sermon,” in Studying Buddhism in Practice, edited by John Harding. Routledge, 2012. [page numbers]ISBN-13: 978-0415464864 Hillman Call Number: BQ4975 S78 2012
“Searching for a Place to Sit: Buddhism in Modern Japan,” in Buddhism in the Modern World, edited by David L. McMahan. Routledge, 2012. ISBN-13: 978-0415780155 Hillman Call Number: BQ316 B82 2012eb
"Aesthetics and the End of the Mimetic Moment: The Introduction of Art Education in Japanese and Egyptian Schools" Comparative Studies in Society and History 58, no.4 (October 2016): 982-1003.
“Kanji bunkaen” [Cultural sphere of Chinese characters], “arufabetto” [Alphabet]. Entries in Gendai shakaigaku jiten [Encyclopedia of Contemporary Social Science]. Tokyo: Kōbundō, 2012.,
“Japan’s Bifurcated Modernity: Writing and Calligraphy in Japanese Public Schools, 1872-1943.” Theory, Culture and Society 26, no. 2-3 (2009): 233-247.
“Shakib Arslan’s Imagining of Europe: The Colonizer, the Inquisitor, the Islamic, the Virtuous, and the Friend.” In Islam in Europe in the Interwar Period: Networks, Status, Challenges. Edited by Nathalie Clayer and Eric Germain, 156-182. New York: Columbia University Press, 2008.
Modern States of Mind: Satō Haruo and Modern Japanese Literature. Under review at University of Hawai’i Press.
“Dress-up: Self-fashioning and Performance in the Work of Yasumasa Morimura” in Yasumasa Morimura: Theater of the Self. Pittsburgh: The Andy Warhol Museum, 2013. pp. 7-19.
“The Crypt in the City: Satō Haruo’s Monument to E. A. Poe” in Japan Review: Journal of the International Research Center for Japanese Studies, no. 22 (2010) pp. 125–135. ISSN 0915-0986
Karen M. Gerhart
“Classical Imagery and Tokugawa Patronage: A Redefinition in the|Seventeenth Century,” pp. 169–186. In Elizabeth Lillehoj, ed., Critical Perspectives on Classicism in Japanese Painting, 1600–1700. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2004.
Hillman Call Number: ND1053.5 C75 2004
“Talent, Training, and Power: The Kano Painting Workshop in the Seventeenth Century,” pp. 9–30; 189–194. In Brenda G. Jordan and Victoria Weston, eds., Copying the Master and Stealing His Secrets: Talent and Training in Japanese Painting. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2003.
Hillman Call Number: ND1053.44. K35 C67 2003eb
The Eyes of Power: Art and Early Tokugawa Authority. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 1999.
Hillman Call Number: N7353.5 G47 1999
The Material Culture of Death in Medieval Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2009.
Hillman Call Number: BQ5020 G47 2009eb
“Visions of the Dead: Kano Tan’yū’s Paintings of Tokugawa Iemitsu’s Dreams,”
Monumenta Nipponica, vol. 59, no. 1 (Spring 2004): 1–34.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25066273
学生が図書館をもっと利用するように大学図書館が変ります[University Libraries Are Changing to Encourage More Student Use]. 科学フォーラム [Science Forum] (2012-2). pp. 18–22. ISSN 13461206
北米における社史研究の現状 [Current status of studies on Japanese company histories in North America]. 専門図書館 [Special Libraries], 246. pp. 36–38, 2011. ISSN 03850188
Evolution of China's U.S. Policy (1965-72): Prelude to the Economic Reform? American Journal of Chinese Studies, 12 (1). pp. 1–24, 2005. ISSN 0742-5929
“Blondie, Sazae, and their storied successors: Japanese families in newspaper comics,” in Imagined Families, Lived Families, edited by Akiko Hashimoto and John Traphagan. Albany, N.Y.: SUNY Press, 2008, pp. 15–32.
Hillman Call Number: HQ682 I43 2008
The Gift of Generations: Japanese and American Perspectives on Aging and the Social Contract. Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Hillman Call Number: HQ1061 H366 1996
Imagined Families. Lived Families: Culture and Kinship in Contemporary Japan. SUNY Press, 2008 (co-edited).
HQ682 I43 2008
Family Support for the Elderly: The International Experience. Oxford University Press, 1992 (co-edited).
Hillman Call Number: HQ1061 F365 1992
The Long Defeat: Cultural Trauma, Memory, and Identity in Japan. Oxford University Press, 2015
“Divided Memories, Contested Histories: The Shifting Landscape in Japan,” in Cultures and Globalization: Heritage, Memory & Identity, edited by Helmut Anheier and Yudhishthir Raj Isar. London: Sage, 2011, pp. 239–244.
Hillman Call Number: HM621 H475 2011
“Cultural Trauma of a Fallen Nation: Japan, 1945” in Narrating Trauma: On the Impact of Collective Suffering, edited by Ron Eyerman, Jeffrey C. Alexander, and Elizabeth Breese. Boulder, Co.: Paradigm Publishers, 2011, pp. 27–51.
Hillman Call Number BF789 S8 N37 2011
Brenda G. Jordan
“The Trickster in Japanese Art.” Education About Asia, Vol. 18, No. 1 (Spring 2013), 26–31.
Copying the Master and Stealing His Secrets: Talent and Training in Japanese Painting. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2003.
ND1053.44 K35 C67 2003eb
“Potentially Disruptive: Censorship and the Painter Kawanabe Kyōsai,” in Hiroshi Nara, ed., Inexorable Modernity, Japan’s Grappling with Modernity in the Arts. Landham, Maryland: Lexington Press, 2007.
Call Number: NX584 A1 I54 2007
What Makes a Camp Safe: the Protection of Children from Abduction in Internally Displaced Persons and Refugee Camps, Co-authored with Simon Reich, Ford institute for Human Security. University of Pittsburgh, 2008.
“Voices of the Youth: Background Papers and Country Case Studies from Egypt, United Arab Emirates and Yemen” for the WDR 2007: Development and the Next Generation. The World Bank, 2006.
“Community Driven Development: Problems of Operationalization in the Middle East and North Africa Region,” Co-authored with Knut Opsal, for the Trust fund For Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development Semi-annual Report. The World Bank, 2005.
Securing a Future for All, Middle East-North Africa Regional Social Development Strategy, Co-authored with MNA Social Development Team, The World Bank, 2005.
“Evaluating the Potential for Scaling Up CDD in the Kyrgyz Republic”, co-authored with Ayse Kudat, in Scaling Up-Community Driven Development: A Synthesis of Experience. IFPRI, 2004.
“Dreamwork: Cell Phone Novelists, Labor, and Politics in Contemporary Japan” Cultural Anthropology, 28(1), 2013, 44–64.
The Labor Crisis of Youth in East Asia (special issue of Positions: Asia Critique)
The Structure of Detachment: The Aesthetic Vision of Kuki Shūzō. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2004.
B5244 K844 N3713 2004
Aspect and Discourse Function in Tense Switching: A Case Study of Natsume Sōseki’s Botchan. 2010. Japanese Language and Literature 45.1: 273–305.
Modern Japanese Art and the Meiji State: The Politics of Beauty. An English translation of Satō Dōshin’s Meiji kokka to kindai bijutsu. Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute, 2011.
N7354.5 S25813 2011
Pilgrimages to the Ancient Temples in Nara, an English translation of and a critical introduction to Watsuji Tetsurō’s Koji junrei. Portland, Maine: MerwinAsia, 2012.
N8193 J3 W313 2012
Inexorable Modernity: Japan's Grappling with Modernity in the Arts, editor. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2007. ISBN 978-0-7391-1842-9.
Swords,Oaths, and Prophetic Visions: Authoring Warrior Rule in Medieval Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2006
Like Clouds, or Mists: Studies and Translations of Noh Plays of the Genpei War. Cornell East Asia Series, 2014. Co-editor with Michael G. Watson.