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Center for American Studies has published The Nanzan Review of American Studies annually since 1979

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NEW vol.35(2013)

TITLE
PDF AUTHOR
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The Political Significance of the Reversion of the Bonin Islands: A Successful Case of the Diplomatic Concession to a Territorial Dispute MASAKI Sho
The Path to “Opportunity”: How the Gautreaux Program Contributed to Integration, Policy Change, and Reform for Disadvantaged Neighborhoods TSUKAMOTO Emi
Resegregation of American Public Schools: A Case Study of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, North Carolina SAITO Yumi
<SPECIAL FEATURE>
   
The Birth of the United States of America in the Eighteenth-Century World History KIHIRA Eisaku
American Imperialism Revisited from an Economic Perspective HAYASHI Toshihiko
<CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS ISSUE>

 

 

Expansion of American Studies at Nanzan University IWANO Ichiro
<ACTIVITY REPORT>
   
Activities of the Center for American Studies

 

 

 

vol.34号(2012) 

TITLE
PDF AUTHOR
<ARTICLE>
   
The Roots of Religious Freedom in Early America:
Religious Toleration and Religious Diversity in New Netherland and Colonial New York
Paul FINKELMAN
<ACTIVITIES>
   
Five-Year Project of NASSS (Nagoya American Studies Summer Seminars, 2007-2011) in Retrospect KAWASHIMA Masaki and FUJIMOTO Hiroshi
American Studies at Nanzan University and Me IWANO Ichiro
1. Listening to the Experiences of Japanese Business Persons  Resident in the United States in the Early High-yen Period of the 1970s through the 1990s
(1)Introduction
(2) A Brief History of the Japanese Car Industry as Seen fromthe Standpoint of Car Exports to the U.S.: How Japan Started Car Exports to the U.S. in the 1960s and then Shifted to Local Production in the U.S.
(3)The Devaluation of the U.S. Dollar against the Japanese Yen while Facing the Threat from China

KAWASHIMA Masaki
SATO Ikuo
ASANO Sam(Tadao)
2. The Receptive Processes of American Popular Music in Japan: A Brief History of Two Bluegrass Bands in the Tokai Area, a Concert with a Lecture
(1) Introduction
(2) Lecture: A Brief History of Bluegrass in the U.S. and Japan
KAWASHIMA Masaki
KAMEDA Hiroshi

 

 

vol.33(2011)  -Proceedings of the NASSS 2011-

TITLE
PDF AUTHOR
Summary of Conference Fujimoto Hiroshi
New Perspectives on American Studies in the Global Age Introduction Endo Yasuo
Empire against Exclusion in Early 20th Century Trans-Pacific History Paul A. Kramer
The American Nation-Building Creed Jeremi Suri
Short Response to Comments from Kitagawa Otsuru Chieko Jeremi Suri
Global America Revisited: Ezra Pound, Yone Noguchi, and Modernist Japonisme Anita Patterson
Comments Kitagawa Otsuru Chieko
Comments Tatsumi Takayuki
Comments Okano Yayo
Summary of Discussion Yasutake Rumi
Gendering the "Black Pacific: African Americans and the U.S. Military Occupation of Japan, 1945-1952 Okada Yasuhiro
Charting a History of African Americans in Asia:Comments on Okada Yasuhiro's "Gendering the 'Black Pacific': AfricanAmericans and the U.S. Military Occupation of Japan, 1945-1952 Koshiro Yukiko
Summary of Discussion Kinoshita Akira
The Space of “Occupation ” : Postcolonial Migrations in “Occupation ” Okinawa Johanna O.Zulueta
Comments on Dr. Johanna Aulueta's "The Space of 'occupation': Postcolonial Migrations in'occupied' Okinawa”: Imperial Spaces, Deimperializing places Oscar V. Campomanes
Summary of Discussion Tanaka Takahiko
Globalization, U.S. Alliance Politics and the Vietnam War: Exploring Transnational Dimensions, 1964-68 Mori Satoru
Comments on Mori Satoru's "Globalization, U.S. Alliance Politics and the Vietnam War: Exploring Transnational Dimensions, 1964-1968” Mizumoto Yoshihiko
Summary of Discussion Matsuda Takeshi
U.S. Industry and Technology in the Cultural Cold War: Case Studies of Korea and Japan in mid 1950s Tsuchiya Yuka
Comments on Dr. Tsuchiya Yuka's "U.S. Industry and Technologyin the Cultural Cold War: Case Studies of Korea and Japan in mid 1950s” Park Tae Gyun
Summary of Discussion Nagasawa Tadashi
“We are an earth people”: Imaging the Planetary in Cherrie Moraga's Circle in the Dirt Kina Ikue
Comments on Dr. Kina Ikue's "“We are an earth people”: Imagingthe Planetary in Cherrie Moraga's Circle in the Dirt Aparna Bhattacharyya
Summary of Discussion Yoshihara Mari
Turn-of-the-Century Empire-Building and the Icon of the American Girl--Edith Wharton's Critique of Americanness in The Age of Innocence-- Arai Keiko
Comment on Prof. Arai Keiko's "Turn-of-the-Century Empire-Building and the Icon of the American Girl-Edith Wharton's Critique of Americanness in The Age of Innocence-"The American Girl and "the American Mothering inThe Age of Innocence Nabae Hitomi
Development of American Studies at Nanzan University Iwano Ichiro
Summary of Seminar Yamagishi Takakazu
Summary of Discussion Yamagishi Takakazu
Summary of Discussion Ooi Yuki
Summary of Discussion Iwano Ichiro, David Potter and Yamagishi Takakazu
Summary of Discussion Ngasawa Tadashi and Nagahata Akitoshi

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