University of Michigan
Home and Family in Japan: Continuity and Transformation. Co-edited with Richard Ronald. Routledge Press. 2010.
2016. Laboring Heroes, Security, and the Political Economy of Intimacy in Postwar Japan. In Beyond the Cubicle: Job Insecurity, Intimacy, and the Flexible Self. Allison Pugh, ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2011. “Intimate Dependence and Its Risks in Neoliberal Japan.” Anthropological Quarterly 84(4): 897-920. Part of a special issue devoted to “The Ethics of Disconnection in a Neoliberal Age” co-edited with Ilana Gershon.
2010. The Door My Wife Closed: Houses, Families, and Divorce in Japan. In Home and Family in Japan: Continuity and Transformation. Richard Ronald and Allison Alexy, eds. London: Routledge Press. 236-253.
2010. Introduction: Continuity and Change in Japanese Homes and Families. [co-written with Richard Ronald]. In Home and Family in Japan: Continuity and Transformation. Richard Ronald and Allison Alexy, eds. London: Routledge Press. 1-24.
2008. Deferred Benefits, Romance, and the Specter of Later-life Divorce. Contemporary Japan, vol. 19: 169-188.
University of British Columbia
Jennifer Chan. 2015. Politics in the Corridor of Dying: AIDS Activism and Global Health Governance. Johns Hopkins University Press.
Jennifer Chan. 2008, ed., Another Japan is Possible: New Social Movements and Global Citizenship Education. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.
Jennifer Chan-Tiberghien. 2004. Gender and Human Rights Politics in Japan: Global Norms and Domestic Networks. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.
Jennifer Chan. 2016. “Out of Asia: Topologies of Racism in Canada.” Workplace, No. 27, http://ices.library.ubc.ca/index.php/workplace/article/view/186179
Jennifer Chan. 2015. “Scaling up the Ebola Response: What we Learned from AIDS Activism.” Journal of AIDS and HIV Infection. Inaugural Issue, http://www.annexpublishers.com/articles/JAHI/Volume-1-Issue-1/Scaling-up-the-Ebola-Response-What-we-Learned-from-AIDS-Activism.pdf
Jennifer Chan. 2007. “Le Mouvement Pacifiste Japonais Depuis les Années 1990.” Critique Internationale. Vol. 36, pp. 51-69.
Jennifer Chan. 2006. “Between Efficiency, Capability and Recognition: Competing Epistemes in Global Governance”. Comparative Education. Vol. 43 (3), pp. 359-376.
Jennifer Chan. 2006. “Cultural Diversity as Resistance to Neoliberal Globalization: The Emergence of a Global Movement and Convention”. International Review of Education. Vol. 52 (1-2), pp. 93 – 110.
Jennifer Chan-Tiberghien. 2005. “La participation féministe au mouvement altermondialiste: une critique de l’Orgaanisation mondiale du commerce”. Recherches Féministes. Vol. 17 (1), pp. 195-225.
Jennifer Chan-Tiberghien. 2004. “Gender-Skepticism or Gender-Boom: Poststructural Feminisms, Transnational Feminisms, and the World Conference against Racism”. International Feminist Journal of Politics. Vol. 6 (3), pp. 454 – 484.
Jennifer Chan-Tiberghien. 2004. “Towards a “Global Educational Justice” Research Paradigm: Cognitive Justice, Decolonizing Methodologies and Critical Pedagogy”. Globalisation, Societies and Education. Vol. 2 (2), pp. 191 – 213.
Jennifer Chan. 2018. “Majestic Inequality: Deconstructing the Canadian Employment Equity Straw Man.” In An Interrogation of Models of Diversity in a Multicultural Environment ed., Michael Tonderai Kariwo, Neda Asadi, and Chouaib EL Bouhali. Submitted.
Jennifer Chan. 2018. “External Influences of NGOs and Non-State Actors.” In The SAGE Handbook of Asian Foreign Policy, ed., Takashi Inoguchi. Sage Publications. Submitted.
Jennifer Chan. 2017. “Human Rights.” In Handbook on Civil Society in Asia, ed., Akihiro Ogawa. New York and London: Routledge.
Jennifer Chan. 2016. “Gender and Antiwar Activism in Japan.” In Handbook on Gender and War, ed., Simona Sharona, Julia Welland, Linda Steiner, and Jennifer Mathers. Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Jennifer Chan. 2013. “War Crimes Movements in Japan.” In The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements, edited by David A. Snow, Donatella Della Porta, Bert Klandermans, and Doug McAdam. Maiden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.
Jennifer Chan. 2012. “Gar Nar Dai Doe Heem/Canada Apologizes: Redress and a Pedagogy of Accountability.” In Precarious International Multicultural Education: Hegemony, Dissent and Rising Alternatives, edited by Handel Wright, H.K., Singh, M. & Race, R. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
Jennifer Chan. 2012. “UNESCO versus the World Trade Organization? When Cultural Diversity Trumps Free Trade.” In Leadership in Global Institution Building: Minerva’s Rule, edited by Yves Tiberghien. Palgrave Macmillan Press.
Jennifer Chan. 2011. “Civil Society and Global Citizenship in Japan.” In Japanese Politics Today, edited by Takahashi Inoguchi and Purnendra Jain. New York: Palgrave Macmillan Press.
Jennifer Chan. 2010. “Academic Capitalism in Japan: National University Incorporation and Special Zones for Structural Reform.” In The Politics of Education Reforms, edited by Joseph Zajda, Geo-JaJa, and A. Macleans A. New York: Springer.
Jennifer Chan. 2008. “The Alternative Globalization Movement, Social Justice and Education” in William Ayers, Therese Quinn and David Stovall, eds., The Handbook of Social Justice in Education. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 553-563.
Jennifer Chan. 2006. “Cultural Diversity as Resistance to Neoliberal Globalization: The Emergence of a Global Movement and Convention” in Joseph Zajda, ed., Education and Social Justice, pp. 79-95. New York: Springer.
Jennifer Chan. 2005. “Situer la société civile au Japon” in Jean-François Sabouret, ed., La Dynamique du Japon, pp. 111-121. Paris: Saint Simon.
Jennifer Chan-Tiberghien. 2004. “Gender as Intersectionality: Multiple Discrimination against Minority Women in Japan” in M. Nakamura and P. Potter, eds., Comparative International Studies of Social Cohesion and Globalization in Asia: Japan, pp. 158-181.New York: Palgrave Macmillan Press.
Jennifer Chan-Tiberghien. 2003. “The Rise of a Women’s Human Rights Epistemic Network in the 1990s: Global Norms, Gender Politics and Civil Society” in Errol Mendes, ed., “Bridging the Global Divide on Human Rights: a Canada-China Dialogue”, pp. 195-219. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing.
Francisco Ramirez and Jennifer Chan-Tiberghien. 2003. “Globalization and Education in Asia” with Francisco Ramirez in The Handbook on Educational Research in the Asia Pacific Region, pp. 1091 – 1102. Norwell, MA: Kluwers Academic Publishers.
Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT
Knight, Eric, and Janelle Knox-Hayes. “Creating legitimate authority for environmental governance and new market creation: A case study from Australia.” Competition & Change. 19.1 (2015): 36-55.
Bansal, Pratima, and Janelle Knox-Hayes. “The Time and Space of Materiality in Organizations and the Natural Environment.” Organization & Environment. 26.1 (2013): 61-82.
Knox-Hayes, Janelle, and David L. Levy. “The politics of carbon disclosure as climate governance.” Strategic Organization. 9.1 (2011): 91-99.
Knox-Hayes, Janelle. “Creating the Carbon Market Institution: Analysis of the Organizations and Relationships That Build the Market.” Competition & Change. 14.3-4 (2010): 176-202.
Clark, Gordon L., Janelle Knox-Hayes, and Kendra Strauss. “Financial sophistication, salience, and the scale of deliberation in UK retirement planning.” Environment and Planning. 41.10 (2009): 2496-2515.
APICHAI W. SHIPPER
Georgetown University; Foreign Service Institute of the U.S. Department of State
Apichai W. Shipper. Fighting for Foreigners: Immigration and Its Impact on Japanese Democracy.. Cornell University Press, 2008.
Apichai W. Shipper. “Immigration Politics and Activism in Japan, the United States, and Sweden.” Colloquium: The New Horizon of Contemporary Sociological Theory, 8 (July 2014): 8-29.
Apichai W. Shipper. “Suwēden, beikoku, nihon ni okeru imin no kenri yōgo undō to gaikokujin haiseki undō [Immigrants’ Rights Activism and Xenophobic Activism in Sweden, the United States, and Japan].” The Journal of Aichi Gakuin University: Humanities & Sciences, 60, 4 (March 2013): 155-185.
Apichai W. Shipper. “Influence of the Weak: The Role of Foreigners, Activism, and NGO Networks in Democratizing Northeast Asia.” International Studies Quarterly, 56 (December 2012): 689-703.
Apichai W. Shipper. “Nationalisms of and against Zainichi Koreans in Japan.” Asian Politics & Policy, 2, 1 (March 2010): 55-75.
Apichai W. Shipper. “Foreigners and Civil Society in Japan.” Pacific Affairs, 79, 2 (June 2006): 269-289.
Apichai W. Shipper. “Criminals or Victims? The Politics of Illegal Foreigners in Japan.” Journal of Japanese Studies, 31, 2 (June 2005): 299-327.
Apichai W. Shipper. “The Political Construction of Foreign Workers in Japan.” Critical Asian Studies, 34, 1 (March 2002): 41-68.
Articles in books
Apichai W. Shipper. “Activism for Harmony? Immigrants Rights Activism and Xenophobic Activism.” Social Movements and Political Activism in Contemporary Japan, edited by David Chiavacci and Julia Obinger, 93-112. London: Routledge, 2018.
Apichai W. Shipper. “Democratization.” Routledge Handbook of Civil Society in Asia, edited by Akihiro Ogawa, 327-343. London: Routledge, 2017.
Apichai W. Shipper. “Nihon no tabunka minshushugi wo misuete: “fuhō taizaisha” to gaikokujin shien NGO no katsudō [Insights on Japanese multicultural democracy: “illegals” and the meaning of the activities of foreigner support NGOs].” Motto Shirō Watashi-tachi no Rinjin: Nyūkamā Gaikokujin to Nihon Shakai [Let’s know our neighbors better: Newcomer foreigners and Japanese society], edited by Tsuyoshi Kato, 233-265. Kyoto: Sekai Shisōsha, 2010.
City University of New York
Lee, Anru. 2004. In the Name of Harmony and Prosperity: Labor and Gender Politics in Taiwan’s Economic Restructuring. Albany: SUNY Press.
Farris, Catherine, Anru Lee, and Murray A. Rubinstein. Eds. 2004. Women in the New Taiwan: Gender Roles and Gender Consciousness in a Changing Society. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Lee, Anru. 2007. “Southern Green Revolution: Urban Environmental Activism in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.” City and Society 19(1): 114-138.
Lee, Anru. 2007. “Subways as a Space of Cultural Intimacy: The Mass Rapid Transit System in Taipei, Taiwan.” The China Journal 58.
Lee, Anru. 2004. “Between Filial Daughter and Loyal Sister: Global Economy and Family Politics in Taiwan.” In Women in the New Taiwan: Gender Roles and Gender Consciousness in a Changing Society, eds. Catherine Farris, Anru Lee, and Murray A. Rubinstein. Pp. 101-119. Armonk. NY: M.E. Sharpe.
Lee, Anru. 2002. “Guests from the Tropics: Labor Practices and Foreign Workers in Taiwan.” In Transforming Gender and Development in East Asia, ed. Esther Ngan-ling Chow. Pp. 183-202. New York: Routledge.
Lee, Anru. 2001. “Households and Families: East Asia.” In The Routledge International Encyclopedia of Women’s Studies, eds. Cheris Kramarae and Dale Spender. New York: Routledge.
Lee, Anru. 2001. “Patriarchy: Historical and Anthropological Perspectives.” In The Routledge International Encyclopedia of Women’s Studies, eds. Cheris Kramarae and Dale Spender. New York: Routledge.
Lee, Anru. 1996. “A Tale of Two Sisters: Gender in Taiwan’s Small-Scaled Industry.” In Anthropology for a Small Planet: Culture and Community in a Global Environment, ed. Anthony Marcus. Pp. 67-79. St. James, NY: Brandywine Press.