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China Arts & Humanities
Language Arts & Humanities
Interaction Arts & Humanities
Japanese Conversation Arts & Humanities
Japan Arts & Humanities
History Arts & Humanities
Resources Arts & Humanities
Grammar Arts & Humanities

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Research Output 1982 2016

Calling the police, more or less democratically

Martin, J. T. Nov 1 2016 In : Theoretical Criminology. 20, 4, p. 462-481 20 p.

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle


China as Self, China as Other: On Ki no Tsurayuki's Use of the wa-kan Dichotomy

Persiani, G. P. 2016 In : Sino-Japanese Studies. 23, p. 31-58 29 p., 2

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

Cultural Identity
Political Identity

Activities 2002 2018

Facing death in Meiji Literature

Tierney, R. (Invited speaker)
Jan 20 2016

Activity: Invited talk

Imperialism and Momataro

Tierney, R. (Invited speaker)
Jul 21 2013

Activity: Invited talk

Anthropology and Literature

Tierney, R. (Invited speaker)
May 15 2011

Activity: Invited talk