Fashioning Fascism: Japanese Paintings during the Second World War. Forthcoming, University of Hawaii Press, 2017.
Art and War in Japan and its Empire, 1931-1960. Leiden: Brill, 2012. Co-edited with Ming Tiampo and Aya Louisa
Reviews of Art and War in Japan and its Empire, 1931-1960
Alicia Volk, The Art Bulletin 97.4 (December 2015)
Catherine Bae, Impressions: The Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America 35 (2014)
Hal Elliott Wert, Journal of Military History (April 2014): 811-813
Refereed Journal Articles
“The Japanese Art of Fascist Modernism: Yasuda Yukihiko’s Arrival of Yoshitsune/Camp at Kisegawa (1940-41). Modernism/modernism: The Journal of Modernist Association Print Plus (approximately 10,000words) (https://modernismmodernity.org/articles/japanese-art-fascist-modernism-yasuda-yukihiko’s-arrival-yoshitsunecamp-kisegawa-1940-41)
“Ikeda Manabu, the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, and Disaster/ Nuclear Art in Japan.” The Asia-Pacific Journal Japan Focus. Vol. 11, Issue No. 13, No. 2, April 1, 2013.
“On Uranium Art: Artist Ken + Julia Yonetani in Conversation with Asato Ikeda.” The Asia-Pacific Journal Japan Focus, Vol. 11, Issue 11, No. 1. March 18, 2013.
"Twentieth Century Japanese Art and the Wartime State: Reassessing the Art of Ogawara Shū and Fujita Tsuguharu," The Asia-Pacific Journal Japan Focus, 43-2-10. October 25, 2010.
“Japan’s Haunting War Art: Contested War Memories and Art Museums,” disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory 18 (2009): 5-32.
“Fujita Tsuguharu Retrospective 2006: Resurrection of a Former Official War Painter,” Review of Japanese Culture and Society 21 (2009): 97-115.
“Introduction,” co-authored with Ming Tiampo and Aya Louisa McDonald, Art and War in Japan and its Empire, 1931-1960. Leiden: Brill, 2012.
“Modern Girls and Militarism: Japanese-style Machine-ist Paintings, 1935-1940” The Art and War in Japan and its Empire, 1931-1960. Leiden: Brill, 2012.
Translated from Japanese to English. Miyazaki Hayao, “Constitutional Amendment is Out of the Question,” The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. 12, Issue 36 No.1, September 8, 2014.
Translated from Japanese to English. Hirase Reita, “War and Bronze Sculpture,” Art and War in Japan and its Empire, 1931-1960. Leiden: Brill, 2012.
Translated from Japanese to English. Kim Hyeshin, “The Visual Representations of War in Korea, 1937-1945,”Art and War in Japan and its Empire, 1931-1960. Leiden: Brill, 2012.
Translation from Japanese to English. Yomota, Inuhiko, “Tennō Hirohito no shōzō: Sokurofu, Taiyō [The Portrait of Emperor Hirohito: Sokurov’s The Sun (2005)], Review of Japanese Culture and Society 21 (2009): 71-81.
A Third Gender: Beautiful Youth in Japanese Prints. Co-authored with Joshua Mostow. Toronto; Leiden: Royal Ontario Museum Press; Hotei Publisher, 2016.
“The Transnational History of Japanese Woodblock Prints,” co-authored with Ming Tiampo, exh. cat. Inuit Prints: Japanese Inspiration. Ottawa: Canadian Museum of Civilization, 2011.
Book/ Exhibition Reviews
Maki Kaneko, Mirroring the Japanese Empire: The Male Figure in Yoga Painting, 1930-1950. Leiden: Brill, 2015. Impressions: The Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America. Number 37 (2016): 200-207.
Maki Fukuoka, The Premise of Fidelity: Science, Visuality, and Representing the Real in Nineteenth-Century Japan. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 2012. CAA Reviews (http://www.caareviews.org/reviewers/1873)
“Exhibition Review: The Fascination of Europe: Western-style Paintings in Modern Japan,” Modern Art Asia 1 (2009).
“War Art in Japan,” Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism. Ed. Stephen Ross. London: Routledge. 2016. (https://www.rem.routledge.com)
“Tattoos: Japan,” ROM Magazine, Spring 2016. p.4. (300 words)
“The Japanese Woodblock Collection at the Royal Ontario Museum,” Friends of East Asia: Newsletter of the Bishop White Committee, Spring 2015. 2-3.