New Voices in Japanese Studies
An interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal showcasing the work of emerging scholars with ties to Australia and New Zealand and research interests in Japan.
Guest Editor, Volume 11
Dr Emma Dalton, RMIT University
Editorial Advisory Board (in alphabetical order)
Professor Kent Anderson, The University of Newcastle
Professor Brendan Barrett, Osaka University
Dr Alexander Brown, Japan Women’s University
Dr Barbara Hartley, The University of Queensland
Dr Eric Hsu, The University of South Australia
Emeritus Professor Hiroji Isozaki, Iwate University
Associate Professor Kyoko Koma, Meiji University
Dr Stephanie Lavau, The University of Melbourne
Associate Professor Julian Lee, RMIT University
Dr Sally McLaren, UNSW Sydney
Professor Emerita Tessa Morris-Suzuki, Australian National University
Professor Kaori Okano, LaTrobe University
Dr Hironori Onuki, The University of Wollongong
Professor Hirofumi Tanada, Waseda University
Professor Gabriele Vogt, University of Hamburg
Elicia O’Reilly, The Japan Foundation, Sydney
All submissions to New Voices in Japanese Studies are peer reviewed by a board of independent academic experts to meet the HERDC requirements for refereed journal status. This and other volumes are available for download via the New Voices in Japanese Studies website, EBSCO Host, the Directory of Open Access Journals and Ingenta Connect.
The views expressed in this journal are those of the authors, and do not necessarily coincide with those of the editors, the members of the Editorial Advisory Board or The Japan Foundation, Sydney.
Japanese names are written in first name—surname order, in accordance with English-language convention. The long vowel sound in Japanese is indicated by a macron (e.g., kÅtsÅ«), unless in common use without (e.g., Tokyo).
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New Voices in Japanese Studies was formerly published as New Voices.