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Faculty

Hitotsubashi Researchers Information:
Graduate School of Social Sciences

NAKANO, Satoshi

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


http://nakanosatoshi.com

Major Field

Trans-Pacific International History, Philippine-U.S.-Japan Relations, War Memories, comparative genocide studies

Key Words

History, Politics, War Memories, Philippines, United States, Japan

Degree

M.A. (Sociology) Hitotsubashi University
Ph.D. (Sociology) Hitotsubashi University
Major Publications
a. Books
Japan's Colonial Moment in Southeast Asia 1942-1945: The Occupiers' Experience, Routledge, 2018.9.14
(in English)
b. Journals
・“Methods to Avoid Speaking the Unspeakable: Carmen Guerrero Nakpil, the Death of Manila, and Post-World War II Filipino Memory and Mourning”, Hitotsubashi Journal of Social Studies,   , Vol. 48, No. 1, 27-41, 2017.1
(in English)
・“La gestion des colonies et l'administration militaire dans le sud: le démantèlement de l'Empire japonais en Asie du Sue-Est”, Guerres mondiales et conflits contemporains,   , Vol. 249, 75-100, Presses Universitaires de France
(in French)
・“Memory and Mourning: Six Decades after the Two Wars”, Kiichi Fujiwara and Yoshiko Nagano (ed.), The Philippines and Japan in America's Shadow, Chapter 7 , 152-177, Singapore: NUS Press, 2011.3
(in English)
・“The Filipino World War II Veterans Equity Movement and the Filipino American Community”, Pacific and American Studies,   , Vol. 6, 53-81
(in English)
・“South to South Across the Pacific: Ernest E. Neal and Community Development Efforts in the American South and the Philippines”, Japanese Journal of American Studies,   , Vol. 16, 181-207
(in English)
・“Gabriel L. Kaplan and U.S. Involvement in Philippine Electoral Democracy: A Tale of Two Democracies”, Philippine Studies,   , Vol. 52, No. 2, 149-178, Ateneo de Manila University Press
(in English)
・“Politics of Mourning”, Ikehata Setsuho and Lydia N. Yu-Jose (ed.), Philippines-Japan Relations, Chapter 10 , Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2003
(in English)
・“Nation, Nationalism and Citizenship in the Filipino World War II Veterans Equity Movement, 1945-1999”, Hitotsubashi Journal of Social Studies,   , Vol. 32, No. 2, 33-53
(in English)
・“Appeasement and Coercion”, Ikehata Setsuho and Ricardo T. Jose (ed.), The Philippines Under Japan: Occupation Policy and Reaction, Chapter 1 , Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1999
(in English)
・“In the Language of Occupier: Recent Works on the Japanese Period in the Philippines”, Social Science Japan Journal [Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo],   , Vol. 2, No. 2, 267-272, Oxford University Press
(in English)
・“The 'Windfall' Revenue Controversy (1937-1941): A Perspective on Philippine Commonwealth History”, Pilipinas [Arizona State University],   , Vol. 28, 31-60
(in English)
・“US Philippine Policy and the Interpretation of National Interest: The FDR Administration and the Philippine Question, 1935-42”, The Journal of American Studies [The American Studies Association of Korea],   , Vol. 28, No. 2, 475-502
(in English)
c. Translations

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