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Japan After Japan
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Introduction / Harry Harootunian and Tomiko Yoda 1 A Roadmap to Millennial Japan / Tomiko Yoda 16 The University and the "Global Economy": The Cases of the United States and Japan / Masao Miyoshi 54 The University, Disciplines, National Identity: Why Is There No Film Studies in Japan? / Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto 81 Japan's Long Postwar: The Trick of Memory and the Ruse of History / Harry Harootunian 98 National Subjectivity and the Uses of Atonement in the Age of Recession / J. Victor Koschmann 122 "Give Me Japan and Nothing Else!": Postcoloniality, Identity, and the Traces of Colonialism / Leo Ching 142 "You Asians": On the Historical Role of the West and Asia Binary / Naoki Sakai 167 Revenge and Recapitation in Recessionary Japan / Marilyn Ivy 195 The "Wild Child" of 1990s Japan / Andrea G. Arai 216 The Rise and Fall of Maternal Society: Gender, Labor, and Capital in Contemporary Japan / Tomiko Yoda 239 Representation, Reality Culture, and Global Capitalism in Japan / Eric Cazdyn 275 Monsieur le Capital and Madame la Terre Do Their Ghost-Dance: Globalization and the Nation-State / Yutaka Nagahara 299 New-Age Fetishes, Monsters, and Friends: Pokemon Capitalism at the Millennium / Anne Allison 331 Otaku Movement / Thomas LaMarre 358 A Drifting World Fair: Cultural Politics of Environment in the Local/Global Context of Contemporary Japan / Yoshimi Shunya 395 Angelus Novus in Millennial Japan / Sabu Kohso 415 Contributors 439 Index 443

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The cultural transformations in Japan from the bursting of the bubble economy to the present.

About the Author

Tomiko Yoda is Associate Professor in the Department of Asian and African Languages and Literature, Program in Literature, and Department of Women's Studies at Duke University. She is the author of Gender and National Literature: Heian Texts in the Construction of Japanese Modernity, published by Duke University Press. Harry Harootunian is Professor of East Asian Studies and History at New York University. His many books include Learning Places: The Afterlives of Area Studies (with Masao Miyoshi), also published by Duke University Press.

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