"Disposable Subjects: Law and Child Migration to the United States, 1890s-1920s"
Abstract is available here.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
“Infant Deaths and Administrative Knowledge: The Making of Birth Registration Systems in the United States.” American Review 53 (May 2019): 169-90. (In Japanese).
“Faith-Based Relief and Postwar U.S. Foreign Policy: Quäkerspeisung as a Case Study.” Pacific and American Studies 12 (March 2012): 97-113. Link.
“Emmett Till no shi: Black Lives Matter undo ni okeru kioku no motif [Emmett Till’s Death: A Memory Narrative in the Black Lives Matter Movement].” In Black Lives Matter kara manabu: Amerika kara Global he [Learning from the Black Lives Matter: From America to the World],” edited by Shinichi Takeuchi and Chikako Nakayama. Fuchu: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Press, March 2022. (In Japanese)
“Cincinnati no sakamichi wo aruku [Cincinnati: A City across Hills].”Pieria 14, March 2022. (In Japanese). Link.
Blog Entry, “A Girl without a Country.” Immigration and Ethnic History Society (IEHS) Online (April 14, 2020). Link.
Lecture Review of Melanie Oppenheimer, “Reflections on the Easterniazation of the Red Cross Movement: The Role of the Japanese Red Cross and the League of Red Cross Societies, 1907-1926.” Pacific and American Studies 20 (March 2020): 180-81. (In Japanese). Link.
“Disposable Subjects: Child Migration, International Law, and US Immigration Policy, 1900s-1920s.” Society for the History of Children and Youth Newsletter (June 26, 2019). Link.
“Philanthropy.” In Amerika bunka jiten [Encyclopedia of American Culture], edited by the Japanese Association for American Studies (Tokyo: Maruzen, 2018), 288-89. (In Japanese). Available through Amazon.co.jp.
Lecture Review of Paul Kramer, “We Are Here Because You Were There: Migration and Empire in U.S. Global Histories.” University of Tokyo Center for Pacific and American Studies Newsletter 12, no. 2 (March 2012), 9. (In Japanese). Link.