How can one construct relationality with the other through the skin, when touch is inevitably mediated by memories of previous contact, accumulated sensations, and interstitial space?
Uncovering the humanity and wisdom within the tragedy of Japan’s disaster responses to three major earthquakes
A unique glimpse into the hopes and fears of the Japanese people as coeducation was first introduced in the Occupation period.
Gives critical attention to the issue of Japan’s low level of gender equality and the conflicting information from surveys of women reporting a high sense of well-being
Unfolds the intimate relationship between mourning, writing, reading, painting, and viewing, through The Tale of Genji and its legacy