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Volume 2 Introduction

This issue of New Voices is a monument to the strength, diversity, and maturity of undergraduate Japanese Studies in Australia. The complexity and profundity of the topics tackled by the…

Volume 2 Foreword

This is the second issue of New Voices, showcasing the work of recent honours graduates who completed their research at Australian Universities from 2005 –2007. New Voices was launched in…

Volume 1 Foreword

This inaugural issue of New Voices seeks to support the work of early career researchers and postgraduate students in Japanese Studies and related fields. New Voices acts as a forum…

Volume 1 Introduction

When I have an event here [Japan] and I suspend a rock, the Japanese say: ah, Western influence. We never suspend rocks. Rocks belong on the ground. If I go…

Volume 13 Foreword

By Keiji Shono Director The Japan Foundation, Sydney Welcome to Volume 13 of New Voices in Japanese Studies, the journal’s first-ever special issue. I am delighted by the calibre and…

Volume 12 Foreword

By Yurika Sugie Manager, Japanese Studies Department The Japan Foundation, Sydney Welcome to Volume 12 of New Voices in Japanese Studies. This year’s volume features five papers and five reviews…

Volume 11 Foreword

By Yoshihiro Wada Director, The Japan Foundation, Sydney It is my great pleasure to introduce Volume 11 of New Voices in Japanese Studies. Since the journal’s renewal in 2015, each…

Volume 11 Introduction

By Emma Dalton (RMIT University) Guest Editor, New Voices in Japanese Studies, Volume 11 The 11th edition of New Voices in Japanese Studies began as journal editions often do: as…

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