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Steve Rabson

Steve Rabson is Professor Emeritus of East Asian Studies, Brown University. His books are Okinawa: Two Postwar Novellas (Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 1989, reprinted 1996), Righteous Cause or Tragic Folly: Changing Views of War in Modern Japanese Poetry (Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan, 1998), Southern Exposure: Modern Japanese Literature from Okinawa, co-edited with Michael Molasky (University of Hawaii Press, 2000), The Okinawan Diaspora in Japan: Crossing the Borders Within (University of Hawaii Press, 2012) and Islands of Resistance: Japanese Literature from Okinawa, co-edited with Davinder Bhowmik (forthcoming from University of Hawaii Press, 2015). He was stationed in Okinawa as a U.S. Army draftee in 1967-68. He is an Asia-Pacific Journal Associate.

Articles
ID Author Title
4286 Masako Shinjo Summers Robbins, Steve Rabson
My Story: A Daughter Recalls the Battle of Okinawa わたしがたり ある娘の沖縄戦
4124 Steve Rabson, Sarah Bird
Above the East China Sea: Okinawa During the Battle and Today 東シナ海の上空より 沖縄の戦時中と今日
4008 Steve Rabson
The Okinawan Diaspora in Japan at War 戦時中日本に於ける沖縄県民の離散
3884 Steve Rabson
Okinawa’s Henoko was a “storage location” for nuclear weapons: published accounts 沖縄・辺野古は核兵器貯蔵地 公開された文書
3720 Steve Rabson
Being Okinawan in Japan: The Diaspora Experience  日本において沖縄人であることーーディアスポラ経験
3682 Steve Rabson
Henoko and the U.S Military: A History of Dependence and Resistance  辺野古と米国軍部−−依存と抵抗の歴史
3680 Steve Rabson
Henoko and the U.S. Military: A History of Dependence and Resistance  辺野古と米国軍部−−依存と抵抗の歴史
3294 Steve Rabson
“Secret” 1965 Memo Reveals Plans to Keep U.S. Bases and Nuclear Weapons Options in Okinawa After Reversion  1965年「秘密」メモが明らかにする、復帰後沖縄における米軍基地保持と核兵器持ち込み選択肢保留の計画
2716 Steve Rabson
Case Dismissed: Osaka Court Upholds Novelist Oe Kenzaburo for Writing that Japanese Military Ordered "Group Suicides" in Battle of Okinawa
2667 Steve Rabson
Okinawan Perspectives on Japan's Imperial Institution
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