Achievements

in English

 

Books

(2022)

Yasuko Takezawa and Akio Tanabe eds. Race and Migration in the Transpacific. London: Routledge.

2021

Jean-Frédéric Schaub et Yasuko Takezawa (eds.) “Circulations et métamorphoses du racisme et de l’antiracisme” Politika (EHESS).
(English version) (French version)

Special Issue: Race and Civilization in Japan, L’École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS), Guest editors: Yasuko Takezawa and Jean-Frédéric Schaub.

2020

Takezawa, Yasuko and Laura Kina, Special Issue: Trans-Pacific Minor Visions in Japanese Diasporic Art. Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas (ADVA), 6:1. 212p.

2019

Yasuko Takezawa and Laura Kina eds. Forum: Trans-Pacific Japanese Diaspora Art: Encounters and Envisions of Minor- Transnationalism. Amerasia Journal, 45(3). University of California.

2016

Yasuko Takezawa and Gary Y. Okihiro eds.Trans-Pacific Japanese American Studies: Conversations on Race and Racializations. University of Hawai’i Press. (Paperback published in March, 2020)

2011

Racial Representations in Asia (Yasuko Takezawa ed.,) Kyoto: Kyoto University Press, 2011.

1995

Breaking the Silence: Ethnicity and Redress among Japanese Americans. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1995.

See below for books in Japanese

Articles and Book Chapters

In press

Japan’s Modernization and Self Construction Between White and Yellow, The Routledge Critical Whiteness Studies Handbook, London: Routledge., 6:1.

2020

Takezawa, Y., & Kina, L. (2020). Trans-Pacific Minor Visions in Japanese Diasporic Art. Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas (ADVA), 6:1.

Major- and Minor-Transnationalism in Yoko Inoue’s Art: Power Dynamics and Practices of Co- production. Special issue: Trans-Pacific Minor Visions in Japanese Diasporic Art. Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas (ADVA); 6:1. (postprint in PDF)

Book Review of In Search of Our Frontier: Japanese America and Settler Colonialism in the Construction of Japan’s Borderless Empire, by Eiichiro Azuma, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2020.

2019

Introduction Trans-Pacific Japanese Diaspora Art: Encounters and Envisions of Minor- Transnationalism,” Yasuko Takezawa and Laura Kina (eds.), Amerasia Journal, 45(3), University of California, pp. 373-376.

Encounters with Transmigrants and a Navaho Chef: Yoko Inoue”. Special issue Trans-Pacific Japanese Diaspora Art: Encounters and Envisions of Minor-Transnationalism, Amerasia Journal, 45(3), University of California, pp.391-395.

2017

Antiracist Knowledge Production: Bridging Subdisciplines and Regions,” American Anthropologist, 119 (3), September 2017, pp.538-540. DOI: 10.1111/aman.12921

2016

Rethinking ‘Race’ from Asian perspectives“, in Ethnicity as a Political Resource, Transcript Verlag (Bielefeld, Germany), 2016, 75-84.

“Introduction” (with Gary Y. Okihiro), in Trans-Pacific Japanese American Studies: Conversations on Race and Racializations (Yasuko Takezawa and Gary Y. Okihiro, eds.,) University of Hawai’i Press, pp.1-10.

“Shifting Grounds in Japanese American Studies: Reconsidering ‘Race’ and ‘Class’ in a Trans-Pacific Geopolitical-Historical Context,” ibid., pp.13-35.

“Negotiating Categories and Transforming (Mixed-) Race Identities: The Art and Narratives of Roger Shimomura, Laura Kina, and Shizu Saldamando,” ibid., pp.60-90.

“Toward More Equal Dialogue,” ibid., pp.396-400.

2015

Translating and Transforming ‘Race’: Early Meiji Period TextbooksJapanese Studies, 35 (1), Special Issue: Race and Racism in Japan.

Rethinking Race and Racism in and from Japan,” Japanese Studies, 35 (1) Special Issue: Race and Racism in Japan.

2014

Human Genetic Research, Race, Ethnicity and the Labeling of Populations: Recommendations based on an interdisciplinary workshop in Japan” (Yasuko Takezawa, Kazuto Kato, Hiroki Oota, Timothy Caulfield, et al.) BMC Medical Ethics. With an official permanent flag, “Highly Accessed.”

2012
2011

“Introduction” in Racial Representations in Asia, Takezawa ed., Kyoto: Kyoto University Press, pp. 1-6.

“Toward a New Approach to Race and Racial Representations: Perspectives from Asia” in Takezawa, op. cit., pp. 7-19.

“New Arts, New Resistance: Asian American Artists in the ‘Post-race’ Era” in Takezawa, op. cit., pp. 93-123.

2010

Race in Asia” “Japan’s Minority Groups” in Encyclopedia Britannica’s Guide to Black History (on line 2010, selected in Editor’s Choice).

2008

“’Tabunka Kyosei’ and Community-Rebuilding After the Kobe Earthquake,” in Multiculturalism in New Japan: Crossing the Boundaries within Japan, John Ertl et al., Berghahn Books, pp.32-42, 2008.

Toward a New Kind of Collectivity in American Studies,” Nanzan Review of American Studies, 30, pp.75-81, 2008.

2006

“Race Should Be Discussed and Understood Across the Globe”. Anthropology News, “Rethinking Race and Human Variation” special editions of February and March 2006, American Anthropological Association, pp.7-8.Reprinted online in “Bibliography” of the Understanding Race website.

2005

Transcending the Western Paradigm of the Idea of Race,” The Japanese Journal of American Studies, 16, pp. 5-30, 2005.

2004

“Cultural Particularlism vs. Oppressors’ Universalism?: Comments on Kurashige’s Paper” in New Waves: Japanese American Studies in the 21st Century, Brian Hayashi and Yasuko Takezawa eds., Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, pp. 37-41, 2004.

Final Comments in New Waves: Japanese American Studies in the 21st Century, Brian Hayashi and Yasuko Takezawa, eds., Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, pp. 105-106, 2004.

2002

“Nikkeijin and ‘Multicultural Coexistence’ in Japan: Kobe after the Great Earthquake,” in New Worlds, New Lives: Globalization and People of Japanese Descent in the Americas and from Latin America in Japan, Lane Ryo Hirabayashi, et.al., Stanford University Press, pp.310-330, 2002.

2000

“The Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake and Town-Making Towards Multiculturalism,” ZINBUN, No. 34(2), 87-99, 2000.

1999

The Great Kobe Earthquake and Foreign Residents: Multicultural Coexistence in the New Concept of Local Community,” in Study on the Relation between Administrative Needs for New Comers and Internationalization Policies of Local Governments, Hiroshi Komai, ed. A Study Report of a Research Grant-in-aid for Scientific Research by the Ministry of Education, pp. 2-15, 1999.

Racial Boundaries and Stereotypes: An Analysis of American Advertising,” The Japanese Journal of American Studies, 10, pp.77-106, 1999.

1997

“Multiculturalism and Citizenship: The Effects of the 1996 Immigration Laws,” in Diversified Migration patterns of North America: Their Challenges and Opportunities, JCAS Symposium Series 4 Population Movement in the Modern World II, Kitagawa Otsuru Chieko, ed., pp. 237-260, 1997.

“The Integration of Ethnic Groups in the United States: The Formation of Pan-Ethnicity,” in Kokusaichiiki Tougou no Furontia, Harald Kleinschmidt; Sumio Hatano, eds., Sairyu-sha, pp. 231-251, 1997.

1994

“Rebuilding Los Angeles and Philanthropic Activities Japanese-Affiliated Companies: A Preliminary Report” Shakaigaku Janaru (Tsukuba Journal of Sociology) 19, pp.44-56, 1994.

1993

“San Francisco’s Chinatown: Its Social Changes after the 1965 Immigration Law,” in Continuity and Change in Overseas Chinese Communities in the Pan-Pacific Area, Tsuneo Ayabe and Masaki Onozawa, eds. pp. 205-224, 1993.

1991

“Children of Inmates: The Effects of the Redress Movement among the Third Generation Japanese Americans,” Qualitative Sociology 14(1): 39-56, 1991.

See below for articles and book chapters in Japanese

Proceedings and Research Reports (Edited or single-author volumes only)

2014

Engaging Race and Racism in the New Millennium: Exploring Visibilities and Invisibilities, Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2014.

2013

Nikkei Studies and Beyond: Dialogue Between Scholars in Japan and the U.S., Proceedings of a Japan-based Global Study of Racial Representations, 2013, Separate Volume 6, Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2013.

2012

Takezawa, ed., Japanese and Asian Americans: Racializations and Their Resistances: Proceedings of a Japan-based Global Study of Racial Representations 2011-2012. Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2012.

Takezawa, ed., The Interface of Humanities and Genomics II: Proceedings of a Japan-based Global Study of Racial Representations 2011-2012. Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2012.

2011

Takezawa, ed., Racial Representations of Japanese/Asian Americans: Proceedings of a Japan-based Global Study of Racial Representations 2010-2011. Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2011.

Takezawa, ed., The Interface of Humanities and Genomics: Proceedings of a Japan-based Global Study of Racial Representations 2010-2011. Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2011.

2009

Takezawa, ed., Transforming Racial Images: Analyses of Representations: Proceedings of the 12th Kyoto University International Symposium. Kyoto: Kyoto University, 2009.

2008

Mapping Asian American Scholars. CGP, Japan Foundation, 2008.

2005

Takezawa ed., Practicing Multicultural Coexistence: From Minorities Perspectives.
Tokyo: CGP, Japan Foundation, 2005.

2004

Takezawa ed., Asian American Diversity: Building Coalitions. Tokyo: CGP, Japan Foundation, 2004.

Takezawa and Brian Hayashi eds., New Wave: Studies on Japanese Americans in the 21st Century. Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2004.

Takezawa ed., Contemporary Society and Civil Society in the United States: Through the Eyes of the Japanese American Community. Tokyo: CGP, Japan Foundation, 2004.

2003

Takezawa ed., Jinshu Gainen no Fuhensei o Tou: Shokuminchi shugi, kokumin kokka, tsukurareta shinwa (Is Race a Universal Idea?: Colonialism, Nation-States, and a Myth Invented): Proceedings of the International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences 2002, Kyoto Symposium. Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2003.

Invited Lectures at International Conferences

2021

“Pathways for World Anthropological Futures. Assessments and Prospects,” (August 23, 2021, the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Conducted online)

“Race in Global Perspective”(March 29, 2021, NYU Abu Dhabi Institute (NYUAD). Conducted as an online panel discussion)(YouTube video)

“UNAI Digital Dialogue Series: Countering Racism through Education”(March 18, 2021, The United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI). Conducted as a webinar)

2020

“Social Perceptions and Academic Studies of Race and Racism in Japan.” (October 26, 2020, Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies, University of California,
Los Angelos (US). Conducted in zoom meeting)

“Migration and Xenophobia across the Pacific in the Time of COVID-19: Current problems in their historical context.” (June 12, 2020, University of California,
Berkeley (US). Participate in zoom meeting)

“Mobilities, Exclusion, and Migrants’ Agency in the Pacific Realm in a Transregional and Diachronic Perspective” (June 1-2, 2020, University of California,Berkeley (US)) (Posponed due to COVID-19)

“Sciences of Identity Across Asia” (April 16-17, 2020, Cambridge University (UK)) (Cancelled due to COVID-19)

2019

“Theorizing Mixed Race in the Pacific and the Atlantic” (May 7, 2019, University College Dublin (Ireland))

“Race and Racialization from Pre-Modernity to Today: Juxtaposing Trans-Atlantic and Trans-Pacific Experiences” (May 2, 2019, Uppsala University (Sweden))

“Jews, “Gypsies,” and Kawaramono (Burakumin) in Pre-modern Times: racialized hierarchies and inequality across vast geographical distances”(April 23-26, 2019, Glasgow Caledonian University (UK), Conference Theme: British Sociological Association Annual Conference)

2018

“Jews, ‘Gypsies,’ and Kawaramono in Pre-modern Times: Some Parallel Patterns of Racialization?”(September 4-8, 2018, Bucharest (Romania), Conference Theme: The Gypsy Lore Society Annual Meeting 2018)

“The Constructs of Blood, Color, and Race in Japan” in Thematic Session “Race, Color, Caste and Blood in Global Perspectives organized with Edward Telles (Prof., UCSB)(August 11-14, 2018, Pennsylvania Convention Center (U.S.A.), Conference Theme: ASA 113th Annual Meeting 2018)

Panel:“Trans-Pacific Japanese American Studies” organized with Michael Omi (Assoc. Prof., UC Berkley)(March 29-31, 2018, The Westin St. Francis San Francisco (U.S.A.), Conference Theme: AAAS 2018)

2017

Invited Session: “Between Visibilities and Invisibilities: Forms of Racism and Anti-Racism in the Twenty-first Century” organized with Faye Harrison (Prof., University of Illinois and former president of IUAES)(December 2, 2017, Washington Marriott Wardman Park (U.S.A.), Conference Theme: AAA 116th Annual Meeting 2017)

“Visibilities and Invisibilities: Some Experimental Framework”(December 2, 2017, Washington Marriott Wardman Park (U.S.A.), Conference Theme: AAA 116th Annual Meeting 2017)

“Racializing ‘Invisible’ Minorities in Japan: A Step Beyond the Trans-Atlantic Paradigm.” (Thematic Session. What You See is What You Get? New Thinking on Race and the Visual)(August 14, 2017, Montreal Convention Centre (Canada), Conference Theme: ASA 112th Annual Meeting 2017)

“75 years later: Assessing Present-day Implications of W
WII Japanese American Incarceration and it’s Redress Born in Seattle”(August 5-6, 2017, University of Washington (U.S.A.), Conference Theme: “50 years of Contributions to the Ethnography of China and the World” jointly held with University of Washington)

“When Scholars from peripheries within the First World do fieldwork in the United States”(May 2, 2017, University of Ottawa (Canada), IUAES Inter-Congress)

“A TransPacific Model of Racial Mixing and Mixed Race Representations” (February 24-26, 2017, University of Southern California (U.S.A.), Conference Theme: Critical Mixed Race Studies Conference)

“Rebuilding and Redefining Kobe: the collaboration between governmental and non-governmental organizations after the 1995 earthquake” (January 11, 2017, University of Tokyo, Hongo Campus (Japan), Conference Theme: Harvard-UTokyo Conference: Asian Cities: Hubs of Interaction, Tradition and Transformation)

“A Parallel Pattern of Racialization?: Jews, “Gypsies,” and Kawaramono” (January 5, 2017, School of Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (EHESS) (France), Conference Theme: How do Social Sciences address Race? )

2016

“Positonalities Matter: US- and Japan-based Scholars’ Reflections in Transpacific Japanese American Studies” (March 12, 2016, University of Southern California (U.S.A.))

“The Jews, the Roma/‘Gypsie’, and Kawaramono in Middle Ages: A Quest for Parallel Racialization Mechanisms” (February 24, 2016, University of California, Santa Barbara (U.S.A.))

2015

“Parallel Marginalization Processes?: Jews, Roman People, and “Kawaramono” in Japan” (October 15, 2015, University of Cologne (Germany)) Link

“Beyond the Transatlantic Paradigm of Racialization: (In)visibility in Asia and Its Parallels in Europe” (October 8, 2015, University of Toronto (Canada)) Link

“Textbook Representations of Race”, Symposium “Transpacific Convergence: Studying Nikkei and Race in the U.S. and Japan” (March 2015, University of Southern California (U.S.A.))

“Rethinking ‘race’ from a Japanese perspective”, Symposium “Embodied Discriminations: Ethnicism, Racism and Casteism: Comparative Perspectives from India, Japan and Korea” (February 2015, University of Delhi (India) )

2014

“Racial Representations in Asia and Anglo-Saxon Countries”, International Seminar on “Recent Ethno-racial Statistics
in Colombia and Latin America” (November 2015, Universidad del Valle (Colombia) )

“Towards a More Global Dialogue on Race and Ethnicity” International Conference “Conceptualizing Ethnicity as a Political Resource: across Disciplines, Regions, and Periods” (April 2014, University of Cologne (Germany) )

2013

“Post-Identity Politics and Beyond: Narratives and Works by Three Artists with Japanese American Heritage” The Japanese Association for American Studies 47th Annual Meeting, Symposium ”America at the Crossroads of Race and Politics: the 1960s to the Present” (June 2013,Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Japan) )

2012

“The Development of Multiculturalism after the Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake in Japan” International Conference “Multicultural Practices in East Asia” (December 14-17 2012, The Academy of Korean Studies (Korea) )

“Race, Blood, and Color in Japan and Japanese America” (September 26 2012, Tsinghua University Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences (Taiwan) )

「日本における人種概念――教科書記述からみる変容と再生産」(The Idea of Race in Japan: Its Transformation and Reproduction in Textbooks) (May 25 2012, Yonsei University Graduate School of International Studies (Korea) )

2011

“What the Skin Color Tells Us: Race and Racism” Kanagawa University International Center for Folk Culture Studies, 3rd International Symposium “The Body Tells Human Culture: From Physical to Cultural” (December 10 2011, Kanagawa University (Japan) )

“The Lesson of the Great Kobe Earthquake and Changing Representations of Multicultural Coexistence in Japan” (July 1 2011, University of Tasmania School of Social Sciences (Australia) )

“The Development of Multiculturalism after the Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake in Japan” International Conference “Multicultural Practices in East Asia” (December 15 2011, The Academy of Korean Studies (Korea) )

2010

“Redefining Race from Asian Perspectives” (October 2010, Gyeongsang National University (Korea) )

“Theories of Race from a Japanese Perspective” Harvard University, Yenching Institute Alumni Conference (October 2010, Yonsei University (Korea) )

“Three Dimensions of Race” (October 2010, Yonsei University Department of Political Science (Korea) )

2009

Expressing identitied: Xontemporart Asian American Artists (March 23 2009, Pomona College (U.S.A.) )

“One Way or Another” Revisited (March 21 2009, Japanese American National Museum)

in French

 

Books

2021

Race et Civilisation au Japon. L’École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS)
Guest editors: Yasuko Takezawa and Jean-Frédéric Schaub

in Japanese

Books

(2022)

Racism in the United State: Categories and Identities, Nagoya: Nagoya U Press.

2021
HyakkaRyoran

Yasuko Takezawa, Daisuke Higuchi, and Hyoto International Association eds. 2021, Hyakka Ryoran: Hyogo Tabunkakyōsei no 150 nen no Ayumi. (A History of 150 Years Old Multicultural Coexistence in Hyogo Prefecture). Kobe: Kobe Shimbun Publisher.

2020

Migration and Race in the Trans-Pacific: From Governance to Control, From Encounters to Alliances, co-edited with Ryuichi Narita and Akio Tanabe, Kyoto: Kyoto University Press.

2019
Migration and Race in the Trans-Pacific Region

Akio Tanabe, Yasuko Takezawa, and Ryuichi Narita eds. Kantaiheiyō chiiki no idō to jinshu : tōchi kara kanri e sōgū kara rentai e (Migration and Race in the Trans-Pacific Region) , Kyoto: Kyoto University Press.

Journal of Humanities

Takezawa, Yasuko and Jean-Frédéric Schaub (eds.) The Zinbun Gakuhō (Journal of Humanities): Special Issue Jinshushugi / Hanjinshushugi no Ekkyō to Tenkan. (Transformation of Racism and Anti-Racism Across Borders). Kyoto: Institute for Research in the Humanities, Kyoto University.

2018

2018 Annual Report of Kakenhi Integrated Research into the Processes and Mechanisms of Racialization
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2017

Shinsoban – Nikkei Amerikajin no Ethnicity (Transformation of Japanese American Ethnicity: The Effects of Internment and Redress, New Cover with a New Epilogue). Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.

2016

Yasuko Takezawa (ed.) Dismantling the Race Myth. University of Tokyo Press.

Vol. 1, In(Visibility): Representation of Invisible Race (Ayako Saito and Yasuko Takezawa, eds.)

Vol. 2, Knowledge: Between Science and Society (Toru Sakano and Yasuko Takezawa, eds.)

Vol. 3, Hybridity: Beyond the Politics of “Blood” (Kohei Kawashima and Yasuko Takezawa, eds.)

2011

The Zinbun Gakuhō (Journal of Humanities) Special Issue: The Representation of Difference, 100, 2011.

Migration Studies and Multicultural Coexistence, (The Japanese Association for Migration Studies ed.) (Editor-in-Chief: Yasuko Takezawa), Tokyo: Ochanomizu Shobo, 2011.

2009

The Racial Representation and Social Reality of Race. Tokyo: Iwanami, 2009.

2005

Is Race a Universal Idea?: Transcending the Western Paradigm. Kyoto: Jimbun Shoin, 2005.

1994

Nikkei Amerikajin no Ethnicity (Transformation of Japanese American Ethnicity: The Effects of Internment and Redress).Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1994.

Articles and Book Chapters

2020

“Zadankai: Trump to imin mondai,” (Forum: Trump and immigrant issues) America Kenkyū (The American Review), 114, pp.1-5. The Japanese association for American studies.

“Introduction,” (with Akio Tanabe and Ryuichi Narita) in Akio Tanabe, Yasuko Takezawa, and Ryuichi Narita eds. Kan-Taiheiyo-Chiiki no Ido to Jinshu (Migration and Race in the Trans-Pacific Region, Kyoto: Kyoto University Press., by Eiichiro Azuma, pp. 1-28.

“”Hodoku””Tsunagu” ga Umidasu Maina-Toransunashonarizumu,” (Minor Transnationalism Created by “Unravelling” and “Connecting”) in Akio Tanabe, Yasuko Takezawa, and Ryuichi Narita eds. Kan-Taiheiyo-Chiiki no Ido to Jinshu (Migration and Race in the Trans-Pacific Region, Kyoto: Kyoto University Press., by Eiichiro Azuma, pp. 361-408.

“Meijiki / Taishōki ni okeru jinshu / minzoku ni kansuru kyōkasho kijutsu: kokuminkokka to teikokoukeisei no nakade,” Yasuko Takezawa and Jean-Frédéric Schaub (eds.) Jinshushugi / hanjinshushugi no ekkyō to tenkan Kyoto University Press. (forthcoming)

2019

Preface,” (with Jean-Frédéric Schaub) The Zinbun Gakuhō (Journal of Humanities), 114, pp.1-5.

Race, Species, and Ethnicity Described in Textbooks During the Meiji Period,” The Zinbun Gakuhō (Journal of Humanities), 114, pp.205-238.

Afterword,” The Zinbun Gakuhō (Journal of Humanities), 114, pp.239-241.

2017

(Document and Report) “A Report of Science Council of Japan Multicultural Coexistence Section Symposium, ‘Foreign Students in Regional Society: Problems after Compulsory Education,'” Japanese Journal of Cultural Anthropology 82 (3), December 2017, pp.397-399.

“Census,” in America Bunka Jiten (An Encyclopedia of American Culture), Maruzen, 2017, pp.170-171.

“Tabunka-shugi (Multiculturalism),” in ibid., pp.262-263.

Book Review: John L. Rury and Shirley A. Hill (Trans: Ichiro Kuraishi, Minako Kuhara and Junko Sueki), “The African American Struggle for Secondary Schooling, 1940-1980: Closing the Graduation Gap,” Tosho Shimbun, June 10, 2017.

“Realize Multucultural Coexistence,” Human Rights Promotion Series, 2015-2016: Deep Breath, Kochi Prefecture Human Rights Promotion Center, 2017, pp.10-11.

2016

Ayako, Saito and Yasuko, Takezawa, “Introduction: Visibility and Invisibility of Differences”, Ayako, Saito and Yasuko Takezawa, eds., Dismantling the Race Myth Vol.1 (In)Visibility: Representation of Invisible Race, pp.3-32.

“On (In)Visibility of Differences and Discrimination”, ibid., pp.249-264.

“Introduction: Dismantling the Mixed Race Myth and Calling for Diverse Interpretations of Self-Empowerment Rights”, Kohei, Kawashima and Yasuko Takezawa, eds., Dismantling the Race Myth Vol.3 Hybridity: Beyond the Politics of “Blood,” pp.3-34.

“Works and Narratives of Mixed Race Japanese American Artists”, ibid., pp.249-274.

“The Internment of Japanese Americans and Redress Movement” (Transcription of the Lecture at 15th Multi Ethnic ‘Human Rights’ Pro-existence Workshop, 2015), Multi-Ethnic ‘Human Rights’ Education Center for Pro-existence, ed., MEHREC Booklet Vol.6, pp.54-64.

2015

“Facing Experiences of Japanese Americans: Before, During and After the World War II”, Kikan Minzokugaku (Ethnology Quarterly,) 39 (4), pp. 61-76.

“The Colour of Money” in vol.1 of BBC Racism: A History(DVD), subtitle supervised.

“Fatal Impacts” in vol.2 of BBC Racism: A History(DVD), subtitle supervised.

“A Savage Legacy” in vol.3 of BBC Racism: A History(DVD), subtitle supervised.

2014

“Henry Miyatake and the Pacific War”ZINBUN Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 61, pp. 33-34.

“The Purpose of This Special Issue,” “The Invention of ‘Race’,” (Special Issue: Learning ‘Race,’ ‘Ethnicity,’ and ‘Human Diversity’ in Secondary Education), Trends in the Sciences, 19-7, 2014.

2013

“Migration and Racism in Modern Japan” in The Encyclopedia of Migration: From Japan to Asia, from Asia to Japan (Maruzen)

“Mixed Roots Open the Door,” in Minpaku Monthly (Special Issue: Hybrid or Mixture), 37 (8) (August, 2013), National Museum of Ethnology.

“Immigration and Racism in Modern Japan,” in Encyclopedia of Human Migration: Asia and Japan, Maruzen.

“History of Japanese Immigration and the Future of Multicultural Society,” Proceedings of Institutes in Economics, Kyoto University Symposium 3 “Proposal from Kyoto: Rethinking of Japan in the 21st Century, The 7th: Tomorrow’s Society,” pp. 63-76.

2012

“What the Skin Color Tells Us: Race and Racism” in The Body Tells Human Culture: From Physical to Cultural, Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium, International Center for Folk Studies, Kanagawa University, pp. 21-26.

2011

“Prologue,” The Zinbun Gakuhō (Journal of Humanities), Special Issue: The Representation of Difference, 100.

“Introduction, Further Tasks for the Collaborative Research in Racial Representations,” in The Zinbun Gakuhō (Journal of Humanities), Special Issue: The Representation of Difference, 100, pp.1-12.

“Introduction: Re-thinking Multicultural Coexistence from the Perspective of Migration Studies, “ in Migration Studies and Multicultural Co-existence, Takezawa co-ed. with the Japanese Association for Migration Studies, Ochanomizu Shobo, pp.1-17.

“Modernity and Genesis of Race,” in Shunwa Honda (Stuart Henry) and Keiichi Omura eds., Anthropology of Globalization: Conflicts and Reconciliations, Open University of Japan, pp.57-70.

“Globalization and Race in Our Age,” in ibid., pp.71-87.

“Summary of the General Discussion,” (Special Feature: The Ainu Today: Towards a Policy of Multicultural Co-existence), Trends in the Sciences, 16-9: 104-105, 2011

2010

“A New Exhibition Created: ‘Multicultural Co-existence’ based on the Great Hanshin Earthquake of 1995,” Kobe Shimbun, April 8, 2010

On The Class (Entre Les Murs, 2008), Kyoto Shimbun, September 15, 2009

2009

Introduction. in The Representation and Social Reality of Race, Takezawa, ed., Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, pp.1-26, 2009.

“New Arts, New Identities: Asian American Artists in the Post-multicultural Age” in The Racial Representation and Its Social Reality, Takezawa, ed., Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, pp.266-290, 2009.

“Introduction: Problematics and the Present State of Multicultural Coexistence,” Bunkajinruigaku (Anthropology) 74:1, 86-95, 2009.

“Evolutionary Theory and Human ‘Differences’ Seen Through American Anthropology: Transatlantic Racial Theories,” Gendaishisou 37:5, 202-220, 2009.

2007

“Partnership Towards Multicultural Coexistence: Coalition between NGOs and Hyogo Prefecture” in Manazasareru Kindai (Modernity under the gaze), Midori Kurokawa, ed., Osaka: Buraku Kaiho Jinken Kenkyusho, pp. 251-281, 2007.

“General Commentary” in Saraba, Mongoloid: ‘Jinshu’ ni monoii wo tsukeru (Farewell to Mongoloid: Challenging the ‘race’) by Takenori Kanbe, Tokyo: Seikatsu Shoin, pp.151-169, 2007.

2006

“From Fieldnotes” in Sentan Toshi Shyakaigaku no Chihei, Michihiro Okuda et al., Habesuto. pp.263-276, 2006.

“Nikkeijin as foreigners” in Nikkeijin to grobarizeishion, Lane Hirabayashi et. al., Kyoto: Jimbun Shoin, pp.72-75, 2006.

” Is Race Real?” “Modern Racism” in Yokuwakaru Bunka Jinruigaku (Introduction to Cultural Anthropology). Tsuneo Ayabe and Takami Kuwayama, eds., Kyoto: Minerva, pp. 467-493, 2006.

2005

“Dilemma for Identity Politics” in Shin Kokusai Shakaigaku, Takamichi Kajita, ed., Nagoya University Press.220-237, 2005.

“My Encounter with ‘Breaking the Silence’” in Raifu Sutoori Intabyu (Interviewing for Life Stories). Atsushi Sakurai and Tazuko Kobayashi, eds., Tokyo: Serika, pp.123-128, 2005.

“Associations of Asian Americans” in Kurabu no Tsukutta Kuni America, Tsuneo Ayabe, ed., Tokyo: Yamakawa, pp. 266-275, 2005.

“Book Review of After America by Yasushi Watanabe,” Bunkajinruigaku 70(1), pp. 119-123, 2005.

“Race” in Bunka jinruigaku Nyumon, Shinji Yamashita, ed., Kobundo, pp.80-91, 2005.

“Producing Mechanisms to Support Foreign Residents of Hyogo and Promoting the Internationalization of Communities” in Fukkou 10-nen Sokatsu Kensho, Teigen Jigyo, Saishu hokoku, Hyougoken Fukkoukikakuka, pp. 1-49, 2005.

“Great Hanshin Earthquake and Changes in Ethnic Relations” in Daishinsai to Esuniku Kankei no Henka, Hanshin Awaji Daishinsai Kinenkyoukai, ed., Hanshin Awaji Daishinsai Kinenkyoukai, pp.1-8, 2005.

“GONGO: Solidarities between Local governments and NGOs after Great Hanshin Earthquake” in Daishinsai to Esunikku Kankei no Henka, Hanshin Awaji Daishinsai Kinenkyoukai, ed., Hanshin Awaji Daishinsai Kinenkyoukai, pp.9-26, 2005.

2004

“The United States of America” in Kokusei Chosa no Bunka Jinruigaku, Machiko Aoyagi, ed., Tokyo: Kokonshoin, pp. 273-294, 2004.

“What is Race?: A Question Raised Now Again” in Toransnashonariti Kenkyu, Humanities of Interface, Osaka University, Osaka University COE for the 21st Century, pp. 72-83, 2004.

“Race and Ethnicity” in Bunka jinruigaku Bunken jiten, Kazuhiko Komatsu et al., ed., Tokyo: Kobundo, 2004.

2003

“Darwinism and Race in American Anthropology” in Hen’i suru Dawinizumu, Takashi Sakagami, ed., Kyoto: Kyoto University Press, pp.452-489, 2003.

“Race and American Anthropology” in Bunkajinruigaku no Frontia, Tsuneo Ayabe, ed., Kyoto: Minerva, pp. 3-30, 2003.

“Toward Understanding Racism by Redefining the Idea of Race,” Gekkan Human Raitsu (Human Rights) 189, pp. 22-25, 2003.

“International Front Line-Is Race an Universal Idea?,”Ekosofia (Ecosophia) 11, p. 74, 2003.

“International Symposium-Is Race an Universal Idea?,” Kyoto Shimbun, Jan.16, p.15, 2003.

2002

“Census in the US: The History and Modern Racial Classification” in Kokusei-chyosa Houseido ni Mirareru Jinshu Minzoku-bunrui no Hikaku-kenkyu, Machiko Aoyanagi ed. A Study Report of a Research Grant-in-aid for Scientific Research by the Ministry of Education, pp. 73-81, 2002.

“Darwinism and Race in American Anthropology” in Shinkaron Juyou no Shyakaiteki-Bunkatekibunmyaku ni kansuru Gakusaiteki-Hikakukenkyu, Takashi Sakagami, ed., A Study Report of a Research Grant-in-aid for Scientific Research by the Ministry of Education, pp. 97-119, 2002.

2001

“Bilingual Education in the United States” in Nikkei Nanbei Jin no Kodomo no Bogo Kyouiku, S. Kim, ed., Kobe: KFC, Vol.1, pp73-81, 2001.

1999

“Asia and Europe in the United States: Encounters and Frictions between Asian Immigrants and European Americans” in Sekai no Rekishi 23, Masayuki Yamauchi, ed., Tokyo: Iwanami, pp. 111-134, 1999.

“Race: From an Biological Concept to an Exclusive Worldview” in Minzokugakukenkyuu (Japanese Journal of Ethnology) 63: 4, pp.430-450, 1999.

1998

“Globalization and Migration Studies,” Imin Gatukai Nenpou (Annual Review of Migration Studies) 5, pp. 68-81, 1998.

1997

“The Naturalization of Asian Immigrants and ‘Race” in Nichibei Kiki no Kigen to Hainichi Imin-Ho, Kimitada Miwa, ed., Tokyo: Ronso-sha., pp. 219-255, 1997.

1996

“Between ‘Whites’ and ‘Blacks’: The Selves and Others among Japanese Americans” in Kouza Bunka Jinruigaku Vol.7 Ido no Minzoku-shi. (Series of Cultural Anthropology, Vol.7 Ethnography of Movements) , Tamotu Aoki, et al. eds., Tokyo: Iwanami, pp. 263-292, 1996.

“The Transnational Movements and the Multi-Leveled Cultural Frictions: The Relationship between Japanese Companies and African Americans,” Shakaigaku Jaanaru (Tsukuba Journal of Sociology) 21, pp. 14-27, 1996.

“Modern Anthropology in the United States,”Bunkajinruigaku, Tokyo: Hoso University Press, pp.167-182, 1996.

1995

“Toward a Comparative Study of ‘Racism’ between Japanese and American Societies,” Shakaigaku Jaanaru (Tsukuba Journal of Sociology.) 20, pp. 113-122, 1995.

1994

“Glazer/Moynihan ‘Beyond the Melting Pot” in Bunka Jinruigaku no Meicho, 50, Tsuneo Ayabe, ed., Tokyo: Heibonsha, pp. 411-417, 1994.

“Urban Anthropology” by A. Southall” in Bunka Jinruigaku no Meicho, 50, Tsuneo Ayabe ed., Tokyo: Heibonsha, pp.389-385, 1994.

“Race and Naturalization in the United States 1790-1952,” Shikyo (En Margre de l’Histoire) 28, pp.36-48, 1994.

“From ‘Orientals’ to ‘Asian Americans,” AALA Journal, 1, pp. 9-14, 1994.

“Japanese-Affiliated Companies and Minorities in the U.S.,” Keidanren CBCC, 1994.

“Issues on the Relationship between Japanese-Affiliated Companies and African Americans in the U.S)” in Chiiki-reberu de Kokusaika ga Shinten shiteiru nakadeno Kaigai-shinshytu shita Nikeikigyou no Genchi-koyoshya no Ishiki-kouzou no Henka to sono Kigyou no Chiiki-teichyaku ni kansuru Chyosa-kenkyu (Local employees in Overseas Japanese Campanies and Their Localization), Akikazu Hashimoto, ed., Kanagawa: Koyo Sokusin Jigyodan, pp. 251-260, 1994.

“Ethnicity, Community” in Nihon no Iminkenkyu, Iminkenkyu Kai, ed., Tokyo: Nichigai Associates, pp.63-70, 1994.

1993

“The Resurgence of Ethnicity and Americanization among Japanese Americans,” Amerika-Kenkyu (The American Review), 27, pp. 171-188, 1993.

1992

“The Dream of the Puritans: Anglo-Saxon Culture” in Amerika no Minzoku, Tsuneo Ayabe, ed., Tokyo: Kobundo, pp. 38-63, 1992.

“Pacific Bridge — Japanese, Chinese, Korean Cultures” in Amerika no Minzoku, Tsuneo Ayabe, ed., Tokyo: Kobundo, pp. 246-264, 1992.

1991

“Social and Cultural Byproducts of the US – Japan Relationship: The Social Status and Ethnic Identity of Japanese Americans during World War II and the Contemporary Trade War” in Gaiko Jiho (Revue Diplomatique), 1283, pp. 35-51, 1991.

1989

“‘The Invented Tradition’ and Ethnicity among Japanese American,” Shikyo (En Marge de l’Histoire) , 19, pp.53-66, 1989.

“Current Trends of Afro-American Studies: Afrocentric Ideas on Afro-American Culture,” Amerika-kenkyuu (The American Review), 23, pp.165-174, 1989.

1987

“Ethnic Stereotypes in the U. S.: The Dynamics of Ethnic Group Images Seen in Advertising and Jokes,” Minzokugaku-kenkyu (The Japanese Journal of Ethnology), 52, pp. 363-390, 1987.

1982

“Community Organizations of Japanese Americans in San Francisco,” Shakaikagaku-nenpou (Annual Bulletin of Research Institute for Social Science), 12, pp. 90-100, 1982.

Proceedings and Research Reports(Edited or single-author volumes only)

2019

Proceedings of the Project 2018 for Integrated Research into the Processes and Mechanisms of Racialization, Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2019.

2018

Proceedings of the Project 2017 for Integrated Research into the Processes and Mechanisms of Racialization, Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2018.

2017

Proceedings of the Project 2016 for Integrated Research into the Processes and Mechanisms of Racialization, Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2017.

2015

Proceedings of a Japan-based Global Study of Racial Representations, 2014, Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2015.

2014

“Special Issue: Learning ‘Race,’ ‘Ethnicity,’ and ‘Human Diversity’ in Secondary Education,” Trends in the Sciences, 19 (7), 2014.

Abstracts of the International Symposium “Between and Beyond Two Empires” Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, March 2014.

Proceedings of a Japan-based Global Study of Racial Representations, 2013, Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2014.

2013

Abstracts of the International Symposium “Dismantling the Race Myth,” Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, March 2013.

Proceedings of a Japan-based Global Study of Racial Representations, 2012, Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2013.

2012

Takezawa ed., Annual Report of A-Japan Based Global Study of Racial Representations 2011. Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2012.

2011

Takezawa ed., Proceedings of On Being Ainu: Toward a Policy for Coexistence. Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2011.

Takezawa ed., Annual Report of A-Japan Based Global Study of Racial Representations 2010. Kyoto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2011.

2008

Tabunka Kyosei (multicultural coexistence) in Hyogo Prefecture. Hyogo 21st Century Research Institute, 2008.

2003

Takezawa ed., Nikkeijin Komyuniti kara mita Gendai Amerika Shakai to Shimin Katsudo (Contemporary Society and Civil Society in the United States: Through the Eyes of the Japanese American Community). Tokyo: CGP, Japan Foundation, 2003.

1996

Japanese Companies and African Americans: A Case Study in Los Angeles. Tokyo: Keidanren, 1996.

1994

Japanese Companies and Minorities. Tokyo: Keidanren, 1994.

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