Japan Matters for America Articles
- Colorado Dance Troupe Connects US and Japan by Brittany Partin
- ASU-Hiroshima Exchange Enhances People to People Ties by James Hanlon
- The Changing Role of English Teachers in Japan by Sareen Palassian
- Personal Connections through Education Exchange by Mark Flanigan
- Hiroshima-style Restaurant Chain Opens in Los Angeles by Meghan Sahara
- Wine Brings Two Cities Together from Across an Ocean by Shantel Dickerson
- Finding Roots in the United States and Japan through the Sound of Bamboo by Travis Shafer
- Japanese “Pancake Boom” Fuels Renewed Relations with Hawai’i by Jacqueline Oshiro
- Japanese Drumming Comes to New York by Esperanza Urbaez
- Cultivating Future Advocates for Cross Cultural Exchange by Alexandra Howes
- Japanese Students Face Barriers to Study in the United States by Dustin Dye
- Connecting Japanese and US Communities Over a Shared Love of Food by Lillian Rowlatt
- Increasing Intercultural Engagement Opportunities for Japanese Students in the Boston Area by Daniel Lowe
- Sax and Sake: Japanese Jazz in Midtown Manhattan by Xavier Griffiths
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Davisson, Zack. (2015). Yurei: The Japanese Ghost. Chin Music Press Inc.
Davisson, Zack. (2017). Kaibyo: The Supernatural Cats of Japan. Chin Music Press Inc.
Eberhardinger, M. J. (2021). A rhetoric and philosophy of gifts. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Eberhardinger, M. (2013). A Semiotic Analysis of Iconicity in Japanese Manner Posters. The Southern Semiotic Review, 2(2). Australia.
Maiorescu, R., & Eberhardinger, M. J. (2016). A Future Direction for Integrating Workforce Diversity across the Curriculum: A Case Study of Strategic Planning, Interdisciplinary Research, and Co-Teaching. In C.L. Scott & J.D. Sims (Eds.), Developing Workforce Diversity Programs Curriculum and Degrees in Higher Education, 327-343. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
McConnell, David L. (2000). Importing Diversity: Inside Japan’s JET Program. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Metzgar, Emily T. (2017). Willing interpreters and receivers: American alumni of the Japan exchange and teaching (JET) program. Palgrave Communications 3.
Metzgar, Emily T. (2017). The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program: 30 Years of Public Diplomacy in Practice. In Mathews-Aydinli J. (eds) International Education Exchanges and Intercultural Understanding. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.
Metzgar, Emily T. (2012). Promoting Japan: One JET at a Time. LA: Figueroa Press.
Palermo, Joe. (2020). No Pianos, Pets or Foreigners!: My Life in Japan in the 80’s. Independently published by Amazon.
Simmons, N. (2012). The tales of gaijin: Health privacy perspectives of foreign English teachers in Japan. Kaleidoscope: A Graduate Journal of Qualitative Communication Research, 11, 17-38. Retrieved from http://opensiuc.lib.siu.edu/kaleidoscope/vol11/iss1/3/
Simmons, Nathaniel. (2017). Gaijin Private Parts: Maintaining Privacy at Work in Japan. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
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