ACADEMICS

Fostering critical thinking and broad horizons

Faculty

Hitotsubashi Researchers Information:
Graduate School of Social Sciences

KIDO, Yoshiyuki

Professor
Institute for the Study of Social Sciences: Studies in Social History


http://www.soc.hit-u.ac.jp/~kido/index.html

Major Field

US History, Race, Ethnicity and Gender, Immigration History, Asian American History, American Eugenics Movement, History Education

Key Words

US Nationalism, Race, Gender, Immigration, Eugenics, Asian Americans

Degree

M.A.(1992, University of Tokyo)
Ph.D (2012, University of Tokyo)
Major Publications
a. Books
Chinese Immigrants and the United States: The Making of a " Nation of Immigrants", Nagoya University Press, 2012.2.16

Representations and Social Reality of Race, Yasuko Takezawa (ed.), Iwanami Publisher, 2009.5 (Ch.1 Fantasies of Miscegenation in the United States: Sexuality and Race, 28-56, co-authored )
(in Japanese)
American History: Historical Resources of American Social History, American Association fo American Studies (ed.), Iwanami Publisher, 2006.8 (Ch.14 The Boundary of "American Citizenship" : Violence of Nationalization, 189-200, co-authored )
(in Japanese)
Hitorical Sources of World History: Vol.7 History of the Modern Americas, Historical Science Society of Japan (ed.), Iwanami Publisher, 2008.3 (co-authored )
(in Japanese)
Power and Violence, Jun Furuya, Shiro Yamada (ed.), Mineruba Publisher, 2007.6 (Ch.6 Administrative Technique of Immigrant Nation, the United States to Create the Nation and Biopower: Racism and Eugenics, 133-154, co-authored )
(in Japanese)
Hitorical Sources of World History: Vol.10 The World of 20th Century and Two World Wars, Historical Science Society of Japan (ed.), Iwanami Publisher, 2006.12 (co-authored )
(in Japanese)
Visual Representation and Collective Memory: History, Present and War, Toshimi Morimura (ed.), Junposha, 2006.8 (Historiography of Whiteness Studies and Nation State Studies: Memories of the Nation and Representations of Races, 171-201, co-authored )
(in Japanese)
American Histories: Narrating the Routes to Nationhood, Hayumi HIguchi, Ken Chujo (ed.), Sairyusha, 2006 (Ch.1 “Bloody Shirt” and the Idea of Racial Equality: Radical Republicans and Post-Civil War Journalism; Historiography of Nationalism and National Consciousness in the U.S. and Japan, 21-42, 370-394, co-authored )
(in Japanese)
Americanism and Race, Masaki Kawashima (ed.), Nagoya University Press, 2005.8 (Ch.4 : Unfinished Revolution and the Boundary of ‘the American Citizen’: Fifty Years After the Civil War, 113-139, co-authored )
(in Japanese)
Comparative Studies of Americanization, Daizaburo Yui, Yasuo Endo (ed.), University of Tokyo Press, 2003.7 (Ch. 2: The Boundary of the Nation and ‘Alien Ineligible for Citizenship: Nationalization and the ’Chinese Question’ in the Reconstruction Era, 52-71, co-authored )
(in Japanese)
History of the United States from Multicultural Perspective, Natsuki Aruga, Daizaburo Yui (ed.), Yuhikaku, 2003.1 (Ch.8: Beyond the Pacific: History of Asian Immigrants in the U.S., 157-170, co-authored )
(in Japanese)
Discrimination in History, Akimasa Miyake, Masaru Yamada (ed.), Nihonkeizaihyouronsha, 2001 (What is ‘Race’? –Rethinking the ‘Asia’ in American Society, co-authored )
(in Japanese)
b. Journals
・“Modern of ‘Racialization’ and the United States: Mixture of Sociability and the Boundary of the ‘Nation'”, Historical Studies,   , Vol. 846, 90-99, Historical Science Society of Japan, 2008.10
(in Japanese)
・“Anti-miscegenation and Asian Americans”, The World of Transnational Asian Americans,   , Vol. 6, 81-99, Center for Pacific and American Studies
(in English)
・““Bloody Shirt” and the Idea of Racial Equality: Radical Republicans and Post-Civil War Journalism”, The American Review,   , Vol. 39, 21-42, Japanese Association for American Studies, 2005.3
(in Japanese)
・“Nation, Race and Immigrants in the United States: Historiography of Whiteness Studies”, History and Geography: Study of World History,   , Vol. 569, 1-14, Yamakawa Publisher, 2003.11
(in Japanese)
・“Between Empire and the Nation States: Transnationality of Asian Immigrants, Race and the U.S.”, Nihon Gakuho,   , Vol. 22, 1-20, Osaka University Japanese Studies, 2003
(in Japanese)
・“New Perspectives of American Social History”, The Hitotsubashi Review,   , Vol. 129, No. 4, 448-465, Hitotsubashi University, 2003
(in Japanese)
・“Memory in the Civil War and Reconstruction and the Study of American Nationalism: List 3 of Thomas Nast’s Political Cartoons, 1881-1896”, Chiba University Humanities,   , Vol. 31, Chiba Univeristy Faculty of Letter
(in Japanese)
・“Historiography of American Immigration History”, Historical Review,   , 2002(5)
(in Japanese)
・“Memory in the Civil War and Reconstruction and the Study of American Nationalism: List 2 of Thomas Nast’s Political Cartoons, 1871-1880”, Chiba University Humanities,   , Vol. 30, 2001
(in Japanese)
・“Memory in the Civil War and Reconstruction and the Study of American Nationalism: List 1 of Thomas Nast’s Political Cartoons, 1859-1870”, Chiba University Humanities,   , Vol. 29, 2000
(in Japanese)
・“Imperial Reorganization of the Boundary of the Nation: Transformation of the American Policies on the Chinese Immigrants at the Turn of the Century, 1882-1906”, American Studies,   , Vol. 5, 2000
(in Japanese)
・“Class in the Gilded Age: Culture of Association in the Knights of Labor and the Chinese Question”, American Historical Studies,   , Vol. 21, 1998
(in Japanese)
・“Conflicting Images of Chinese Immigrants: The World of Thomas Nast’s Cartoon”, Migration Studies,   , Vol. 3, 1997
(in Japanese)
c. Translations
Orientals , Iwanami Publisher, 2007
(Original Book/Paper: Robert G. Lee, Orientals: Asian Americans in popular Culture, Temple University Press, Philadelphia, 1999, English)
(in Japanese)
Kamingman , Heibonsha, 1997 (co-translated with Yujiro Murata)
(Original Book/Paper: Lorraine Dong, Philip P. Choy, Marlon K. Hom, The Coming Man: 19th Century American Perceptions of the Chinese, University of Wahington Press, Seattle, 1995, English)
(in Japanese)
Genzai ni Ikiru Yubokumin , Iwanami Publisher, 1997 (co-translated with Yasushi Yamanouchi, Kasumi Miyazaki)
(Original Book/Paper: Alberto Melucci, Nomads of the Present: Social Movements and Individual Needs in Contemporary Society, Temple University Press, Philadelphia, 1989, English (IItalian))
(in Japanese)

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