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Publications - Morris-Suzuki, Tessa

Please contact this author at Tessa.Morris-Suzuki@anu.edu.au for other publications information.

Journal articles

  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2014). Democracy's Porous Borders: Espionage, Smuggling and the Making of Japan's Transwar Regime (Part 2) 民主主義の境界は穴だらけ スパイ活動や密輸により形成された貫戦期(トランスウォ−)レジーム(下) Japan Focus. Vol. 12 online.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). FREEDOM OF HATE SPEECH; ABE SHINZO AND JAPAN'S PUBLIC SPHERE Japan Focus. Vol. 11 .
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). The Re-Branding of Abe Nationalism: Global Perspectives on Japan Japan Focus. Vol. 11 online.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). Lavish Are The Dead: Re-envisioning Japan's Korean War Japan Focus. Vol. 11 online.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). Introduction: Humanitarian dilemmas in mid-twentieth century Australia and Asia History Australia. Vol. 10 Jul-14.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). Unconventional warfare: The International Committee of the Red Cross and humanitarian dilemmas in Korea 1950-53 History Australia. Vol. 10 15-34.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). The Nature of Empire: Forest Ecology, Colonialism and Survival Politics in Japan's Imperial Order Japanese Studies. Vol. 33 225-242.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2012). Out With Human Rights, In With Government-Authored History: The Comfort Women and the Hashimoto Prescription for a 'New Japan' Japan Focus. Vol. 10 1-May.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2012). Post-War Warriors: Japanese Combatants in the Korean War Japan Focus. Vol. 10 Jan-18.
  • Sangjung, K & Morris-Suzuki, T (2011). Tunneling Through Nationalism: The Phenomenology of a Certain Nationalist Japan Focus. Vol. 9 1-Feb.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2011). Japan and its Region: Changing Historical Perceptions Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies. Vol. 11 123-142.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2011). Re-Imaging Japan-North Korea Relations: Part 2 ANU Japanese Studies Online. Vol. 2011 Jan-21.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2011). Re-Imaging Japan-North Korea Relations: Part 1 ANU Japanese Studies Online. Vol. 2011 Mar-33.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2011). Guarding the Borders of Japan: Occupation, Korean War and Frontier Controls Japan Focus. Vol. 9 18pp.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2011). Exodus to North Korea Revisited: Japan, North Korea, and the ICRC in the Repatriation of Ethnic Koreans from Japan Japan Focus. Vol. 9 25pp.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2010). Colonialism, Migration and Fear of the Foreign in Japan The Journal of Social Science: Shakai Kagaku Kenkyu. Vol. 86, 2010 39-62.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2010). Challenges to the Humanities: A View from the Frontier Inmun Gwahag: Journal of the Humanities. Vol. 92 May-18.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2009). Cross-border migration, peace and reconciliation in Northeast Asia Journal of Northeast Asian History. Vol. 6 119-139.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2008). The Story Teller Island. Vol. 112 50-58.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2008). Migrants, Subjects, Citizens: Comparative Perspectives on Nationality in the Prewar Japanese Empire Japan Focus. Vol. August Jan-14.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2007). Who is responsible? The Yomiuri Project and the Legacy of the Asia-Pacific War in Japan Asian Perspective. Vol. 31 177-191.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2007). Cross-Border Migration and East Asian Regional Integration International Journal on Multicultural Societies. Vol. 9 158-173.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2007). The Repatriation Project and Humanitarianism in the Cold War Period Gendai Shis (Contemporary Thought). Vol. 35 173-183.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2007). Japan's Comfort Women: It's Time for the Truth (in the Ordinary Everyday sense of the Word) Japan Focus. Vol. Online [5 pages].
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2007). The forgotten Victims of the North Korean Crisis Japan Focus. Vol. Online March 2382 pp.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2006). Defining the Boundaries of the Cold War Nation: 1950's Japan and the Other Within Japanese Studies. Vol. 26 303-316.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2006). Invisable Immigrants: Undocumented Migration and Border Controls in Early Postwar Japan Journal of Japanese Studies. Vol. 32 119-153.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2006). The Wilder Shores of Power: Migration, Border Controls and Democracy in Postwar Japan Thesis Eleven. Vol. 86 Jun-22.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2005). Reisen to sengo nyukoku kanri no keisei (The Cold War and the Formation of Postwar Border Controls) <>. Vol. .
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2005). Free Speech, Silenced Voices: the Japanese Media and the NHK Affair Asiarights. Vol. .
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2005). 'Kokkyo' o koete (Crossing 'Frontiers') Hoso Repoto (broadcasting Report) 196. Vol. 196 2-Sep.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2005). Japan's Hidden Role in the 'Return' of Zainichi Koreans to North Korea Japan Focus. Vol. 2005 [7 pages].
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2005). Buksong Saeob gwa Talnengjeongi Ingweon Jeongchi (Repatriation to North Korea and the Politics of Humanitarian Rights in the Post Cold War Era) Changjak gwa Bipyeong (Creation and Criticism). Vol. 129 97-113.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2005). A Dream Betrayed: Cold War Politics and the Repatriation of Koreans from Japan to North Korea Asian Studies Review. Vol. 29 357-381.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2004). Australia, Japan and the Asia-Pacific Region: from the perspective of frontier studies Osutoraria kenkyu kiyo (Otemon journal of Australian studies). Vol. 30 99-117.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2004). An Act Prejudicial to the Occupation Forces: Migration Controls and Korean Residents in Post-Surrender Japan Japanese Studies. Vol. 24 May-28.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2004). Rethinking Japan: Frontiers and Minorities in Modern Japan International House of Japan Bulletin. Vol. 24 Jan-19.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2003). Kohyang (2002) Changjak gwa Bipyeong (Creation and Criticism). Vol. 118 439-443.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2003). Seiji shakai o sais�z� suru: Gur�baruka jidai ni okeru rekishi kenky� no ajenda (Rethinking Political Society: An Agenda for Historical Research in a Global Age) Journal of Historical Studies (Rekishigaku Kenkyu). Vol. 781 Feb-15.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2003). Exotic Properties: The Globalization Story Revisited Dissent. Vol. 11 17-21.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2003). Le Missile et la Souris: Mouvements Virtuels pour la Paix dans un Age de Terreur (The Missile and the Mouse: Virtual Peace Movements in an Age of Terror) Annales: Histoire, Science Sociales. Vol. 58 163-178.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T & Kayama, R (2003). Nihon daisuki no yukue Dissent. Vol. September 32-45.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2003). Hisuteri no seijigaku: Amerika no Iraku, Nihon no Kita Ch-sen (The Politics of Hysteria: Americas Iraq, Japans North Korea) Sekai. Vol. 2 230-240.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2003). Senrygun e no ygai ki: Haisengo Nihon ni okeru imin kanri to Zainichi Chsenjin Gendai Shis (Contemporary Thought). Vol. September 102-221.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2002). Namsan Conversations. Vol. 3 21-22.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T & Rimmer, P (2002). Virtual Memories: Japanese History Debates in Manga and Cyberspace Asian Studies Review. Vol. 26 147-164.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2002). Misairu to Mausu: Teroru no jidai no bcharu na shimin und (The Missile and the Mouse: Virtual Peace Movements in the Age of Terror) Gendai Shis (Contemporary Thought). Vol. July 98-113.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Preparing for Peace: The clash of civilizations revisited Dissent. Vol. 2001/2002 13-17.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Un Paysage Intellectuelle en Profonde Mutation (An Intellectual Landscape in a Process of Profound Change) Le Monde des Debats. Vol. 27 20-21.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Philip Ruddock and the End of Civilization (as we know it) Dissent. Vol. 5 23-25.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Kioku to kinen no kyhaku kshite (Resisting the Compulsions of Memory and Commemoration) Sekai. Vol. October 34-43.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Hihanteki szryoku no kiki (The Crisis of the Critical Imagination) Sekai. Vol. January 80-92.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Kokusai rikai no tame no rekishi (History for International Understanding) Kanagawa daigaku hyron (Kanagawa University Review). Vol. 29 28-34.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Yoikoso, watashitachi no kazoku e (Welcome to our Family) Traces. Vol. 2 154-158.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Posutokonoriarizumu no imi o megutte (On the Meaning of Postcolonialism) Gendai Shis (Contemporary Thought). Vol. 29 183-187.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Truth, Postmodernism and Historical Revisionism in Japan Inter-Asia Cultural Studies. Vol. 2 297-305.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Northern Lights: The Making and Unmaking of Karafuto Identity Journal of Asian Studies. Vol. 60 645-671.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2000). Ethnic Engineering: Scientific Racism and Public Opinion Surveys in Midcentury Japan Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique. Vol. 8 499-529.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2000). Womens Work in the Public and Private Spheres of the Japanese Economy Asian Studies Review. Vol. 24 161-173.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2000). The View Through the Skylight: Nishio Kanji, Textbook Reform and the History of the World Japanese Studies. Vol. 20 133-139.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2000). Anti-Area Studies Communal/Plural. Vol. 8 Sep-23.
  • Rimmer, P & Morris-Suzuki, T (1999). The Japanese Internet: Visionaries and Virtual Democracy Environment and Planning A. Vol. 31 1189-1206.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (1999). Lines in the Snow: Imagining the Russo-Japanese Frontier Pacific Affairs. Vol. 72 57-77.

Books

  • Morris-Suzuki, T, Low, M, Petrov, L et al (2013). East Asia Beyond the History Wars: Confronting the ghosts of violence . Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
  • Ukai, S, Sakai, N, Morris-Suzuki, T et al (2012). Reishizumu Sutadizu Josetsu (Introduction to Racism Studies) . Tokyo Japan: Ibunsha.
  • Yoshimi, S & Morris-Suzuki, T (2010). Tennô to Amerika (The Emperor and America) . Tokyo: Shueisha Publishing Co..
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2010). To the Diamond Mountains: A Hundred-Year Journey through China and Korea . New York, UK: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc..
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2010). Borderline Japan: Foreigners and Frontier Controls in the Postwar Era . Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2008). Bukhanheng Ekseodeoseu . Seoul: cha'aekgwa hamkke (cum libro).
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2008). Contradictions of Globalization: Democracy, Culture, and Public Sphere . Tokyo: International House of Japan Inc.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2007). Exodus to North Korea: Shadows from Japan's Cold War . Boulder USA: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc..
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2007). REFLECTIONS ON PATRIOTISM . Tokyo Japan: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2006). Uri An ui Guageo (The Past Within Us) . Seoul: Humanist.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2006). Byeongyeong eso Barabon Geundae (The View from the Frontier) . Seoul: Sancheoreom.
  • Kurasawa, A, Sugihara, T, Narita, R et al (2006). Iwanami Koza: Ajia-Taiheiyo Senso, Vol.8, Asia Pacific war in the context of history of the 20th century . Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Kurasawa, A, Sugihara, T, Narita, R et al (2006). Iwanami Koza: Ajia-Taiheiyo Senso, Vol.7, Control and Violence . Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Kurasawa, A, Sugihara, T, Narita, R et al (2006). Iwanami Koza: Ajia-Taiheiyo Senso . Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Kurasawa, A, Sugihara, T, Narita, R et al (2006). Iwanami Koza: Ajia-Taiheiyo Senso, Vol.5, Situations of the battle front . Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Kurasawa, A, Sugihara, T, Narita, R et al (2006). Iwanami Koza: Ajia-Taiheiyo Senso, Vol.4, War Experiences of the Empire . Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Kurasawa, A, Sugihara, T, Narita, R et al (2006). Iwanami Koza: Ajia-Taiheiyo Senso, Vol.3, Mobilization, resistance and support . Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T, Kurasawa, A, Sugihara, T et al (2005). Iwanami Kza: Ajia-Taiheiy Sens, Vol.1, Naze, Ima Ajia-Taiheiy Sens ka (Iwanami Lecture Series, The Asia Pacific War, Vol.1, Why the Asia-Pacific War, Now?) . Tokyo, Japan: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2005). Ilbon ui aidentiti reur mudneunda [Korean translation of Hihanteki szryoku no tame ni: Gur jidai no Nihon (In Search of Critial Imagination: Japan in an age of Globalization)] . Seoul: Sancheoreom.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2005). Peeling Apples . Canberra: Pandanus Books.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2005). The Past Within Us: Media, Memory, History . London and New York: Verso Books.
  • Kurasawa, A, Sugihara, T, Narita, R et al (2005). Iwanami Koza: Ajia-Taiheiyo Senso, Vol 2 . Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T & Yoshimi, S (2004). Gurobarizeshon no bunka seiji (The Cultural Politics of Globalization) . Tokyo: Heibonsha.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2004). Kako wa Shinanai: Media, Kioku, Rekishi (The Past Within Us) . Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2004). Jiy� o taeshinobu: Gur�baruka jidai no ningensei (translated by Masato Karashima) . Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Kang, S & Morris-Suzuki, T (2004). Demokurashi no boken (Rediscovering Democracy) . Tokyo: Sheisha Shinsho.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2003). Constitutions and human rights in a Global Age: An Asia-Pacific Perspective, conference papers, Canberra December 2001 . Canberra: Australian National University.
  • Gluck, C, Kang, S, Morris-Suzuki, T et al (2003). Nihon no rekishi 25: Nihon wa doko e yuku no ka (A History of Japan Vol.25: Whither Japan?) . Tokyo, Japan: Kodansha.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2002). Riben de Jishu Biange (The Technological Transformation of Japan) . Beijing: Chinese Economic Publishing House.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2002). Hihanteki sozoryoku no tame ni: Gurobaruka jidai no Nihon (In Search of Critical Imagination: Japan in an Age of Globalization) . Tokyo: Heibonsha.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2000). Henky kara nagameru (A View from the Frontier) . Tokyo, Japan: Misuzu Shob.

Book chapters

  • Petrov, L & Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). On the frontiers of history: Territory and cross-border dialogue in East Asia. In Tessa Morris-Suzuki, Morris Low, Leonid Petrov and Timothy Y. Tsu (Ed.), East Asia Beyond the History Wars: Confronting the ghosts of violence (pp. 29-39) Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). Sensō no Bunka, Heiwa no Bunka: Kankoku, Nihon to Tōhoku Ajia no Reisen kara Posuto-Reisen e no Ikō. In Kang Sangjung (Ed.), Nikkan Kankei no Mirai o Kōsō suru (pp. 37-69) Tokyo: Nihon Heiko Shinkeika Gakkai/Japan Society for Equilibrium Research.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). Chiiki Gaiko ni okeru Shimin Shakai: Nihon to sono Ajia Kinrin Shokoku ni okeru Kusanone Shimin Undo no Yakuwari. In Inoue Toshikazu (Ed.), Nihon no Gaiko 6: Nihon Gaiko no Saikochiku (pp. 255-269) Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). Tatakarete mo Tatakarete mo, mata Atama o dasu Mogura no yo ni. In (Ed.), Kore Kara do Suru ka: Mirai no Tsukuikata (pp. Oct-13) Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). Saikô: Ningen no Anzen Hoshô kara Mita Tôhoku Ajia no Mirai (Rethinking People's Security in Northeast Asia). In Nakagami Yasuhiro (Ed.), Demokurashî to Komyuniti: Tôhoku Ajia no Mirai o Kangaeru (pp. 143-168) Tokyo: API.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). Heroes, collaborators and survivors: Korean kamikaze pilots and the ghosts of war in Japan and Korea. In Tessa Morris-Suzuki, Morris Low, Leonid Petrov and Timothy Y. Tsu (Ed.), East Asia Beyond the History Wars: Confronting the ghosts of violence (pp. 164-189) Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). Remembering the unfinished conflict: Museums and the contested memory of the Korean War. In Tessa Morris-Suzuki, Morris Low, Leonid Petrov and Timothy Y. Tsu (Ed.), East Asia Beyond the History Wars: Confronting the ghosts of violence (pp. 128-152) Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2013). Letters to the dead: Grassroots historical dialogue in East Asia's borderlands. In Tessa Morris-Suzuki, Morris Low, Leonid Petrov and Timothy Y. Tsu (Ed.), East Asia Beyond the History Wars: Confronting the ghosts of violence (pp. 87-104) Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2012). Globalized Racism. In T. Morris-Suzuki, Ukai Satoshi, Sakai Naoki and Yi Hodok (Ed.), Reishizumu Sutadizu Josetsu (Introduction to Racism Studies) (pp. 69-91) Tokyo Japan: Ibunsha.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2012). Imprinting the Empire: western artists and the persistence of colonialism in East Asia. In Naoki Sakai and Hyon Joo Yoo (Ed.), The Trans-Pacific Imagination Rethinking Boundary, Culture and Society (pp. 75-96) Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2012). Media, knowledge and disciplinary change. In Mark Finnane and Ian Donaldson (Ed.), Taking Stock: The Humanities in Australian Life Since 1968 (pp. 131-136) Perth Australia: UWA Publishing.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2012). After the Tsunami: Roads to Local, Regional and Global Recovery. In Sugita Atsushi, Tess Morris-Suzuki, Kurihara Akira, Kariya Takehiko and Yoshimi (Ed.), Challenged by the 3.11 Disaster: Reflections on the Human Experience (3.11 ni Towarete: Hitobito no Keiken o meguru Kôsatsu) (pp. 81-92) Tokyo: Iwanami Shinsho.
  • Atsushi, S, Morris-Suzuki, T, Akira, K et al (2012). In the Midst of the Nuclear Power Plant Crisis. In Sugita Atsushi, Tess Morris-Suzuki, Kurihara Akira, Kariya Takehiko and Yoshimi (Ed.), Challenged by the 3.11 Disaster: Reflections on the Human Experience (3.11 ni Towarete: Hitobito no Keiken o meguru Kôsatsu) (pp. 116-158) Tokyo: Iwanami Shinsho.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2011). In Interesting Times: Northeast Asia's Tipping-point and its Implications for the Southern Hemisphere. In Jacob Edmond, Henry Johnson, Jacqueline Leckie (Ed.), Recentring Asia: Histories, Encounters, Identities (pp. 33-53) Leiden Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2011). THE ASIA-PACIFIC WAR IN POPULAR CULTURE: REMEMBERING THE MEMORY OF THE TOKKO PILOTS. In Yujin Yaguchi, Takeo Morimo, and Kyoko Nakayama (Ed.), Narrating Pearl Harbor: History, Memory, and Education (pp. 73-95) Tokyo Japan: University of Tokyo Press.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2011). (Watashitachi ga Shiru) Nihon no Owari na no ka [The End of Japan (as we Knew it)?]. In Uchihashi Katsuto (Ed.), Daishinsai no naka de: Watashitachi wa Nani o Subeki ka [In the Midst of Disaster: What Should be Done?] (pp. Oct-21) Tokyo Japan: Iwanami Shinsho.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2011). Kumgangsan [Mt.Kumgang]. In Itagaki Ryuta, Jeong Ji-yeon, Iwasaki Minoru (Ed.), Higashi Ajia no Kioku no Ba [Lieux de memoire in East Asia] (pp. 241-262) Tokyo: Kawade Shobo.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2010). Sengoki ni okeru Zairyû Tokubetsu Kyoka Seido o Megutte (On the Special Permission to Stay System in the Postwar Period). In Kondô Atsushi, Shiobara Yoshikazu and Suzuki Eriko (Ed.), Hiseiki Taizaisha to Zairyu Tokubetsu Kyoka: Ijushatachi no Kako, Genzai, Mirai (Undocumented Residents and Special Permission to Stay: The Past, Present and Future of Migrants) (pp. 35-51) Tokyo: Nihon Hyoronsha.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2010). Kore wa dare no Eiga ka? Dokyumentari Eiga to Ajia no Kyotsu no Kioku (Whose film is this? Documentary film and collective memory in Asia). In Makoto Nagao, Kaoru Endo and Yoshimi Shunya (Ed.), Shomotsu to Eizo no Mirai: Guguruka suru Sekai no Chi no Karai to wa (The Future of Books and Images: Problems of knowledge in a Googlized world) (pp. 109-129) Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2009). Waga kuni koyu no ryodo: nihonshi ni okeru kyokai to neshon ni okeru Imeji (An integral part of our national territory: The image of the nation in Japanese history). In (Ed.), Nashonarizumu Ron Nyumon (pp. 89-108) Tokyo: Yuhikaku.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2009). Foreword: The Orientation of Science and Technology: A Japanese View. In (Ed.), The Orientation of Science and Technology: A Japanese View (pp. viii-xiii) Kent, UK: Global Oriental (Brill).
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2009). Empire day in Tokyo:Colonial legacies in occupied Japan. In Christine de Matos and Robin Gerster (Ed.), Occupying the 'Other': Australia and Military Occupations from Japan to Iraq (pp. 123-142) Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2009). Freedom and Home coming: narratives of Migration in the Repatriation of Zainichi Koreans to North Korea. In Sonia Ryang and John Lie (Ed.), Diaspora without Homeland: Being Korean in Japan (pp. 39-61) Berkeley USA: University of California Press.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2009). Refugees, Abductees, Returnees: Human Rights in Japan-North Korea Relations. In Sonia Ryang (Ed.), North Korea: Toward a Better Understanding (pp. 131-157) Lanham: Lexington Books.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2008). Kikoku Jigyo to Nihon no Sengo Sekinin (The representation Project and Japan's Postwar Responsibility. In Kim Puja and Nakano Toshio (Ed.), Rekishi to Sekinin: Jugun Ianfu Mondai to 19-nendai [History and Responsibility: the Comfort Women Issue and the 1990s] (pp. 285-306) Tokyo, Japan: Seiyusha (Seiyu Press).
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2008). Lost Memories: Historical Reconciliation and Cross - Border Narratives in Northeast Asia. In Steffi Richter (Ed.), Contested Views of a Common Past: Revisions of History in Contemporary East Asia (pp. 397-416) Frankfurt: Campus Verlag GmbH.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2008). Multiculturalism without Borders: Rethinking Rainbow Nations in Global Age. In Tessa Morris-Suzuki (Ed.), Contradictions of Globalization: Democracy, Culture, and Public Sphere (pp. 89-103) Tokyo: International House of Japan Inc.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2008). Introduction [to Contradictions of Globalization: Democracy, Culture, and Public Sphere]. In Tessa Morris-Suzuki (Ed.), Contradictions of Globalization: Democracy, Culture, and Public Sphere (pp. Mar-13) Tokyo: International House of Japan Inc.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2007). Asia is One: Visions of Asian Community in Twenty First Century Japan. In Brij Tankha (Ed.), Shadows of the Past: Of Okakura Tenshin and Pan- Asianism (pp. 182-198) New Delhi, Sampark and Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2007). Lest we remember: the future of the Past in Japan and Australia. In Masayo Tada and Leigh Dale (Ed.), On the western Edge: Comparisons of Japan and Australia (pp. 23-34) Perth: Network Books.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2007). 93,340 'returnees'. In Babara Nelson and Robin Jeffrey (Ed.), Capturing the Year 2007: Writings from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific (pp. 144-148) Canberra: Australian National University.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2006). Senjo kara Toku Hanarete (Far from the Battlefield). In Shukan Kinyobi (Ed.), Kono Kuni no Yukue (This Nation's Trajectory) (pp. 71-76) Tokyo: Shukan Kinyobi.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2006). Introduction. In A Kurasawa, T Sugihara, R Narita, T Morris-Suzuki, D Yui and Y Yoshida (Ed.), Iwanami Koza: Ajia-Taiheiyo Senso, Vol.3, Mobilization, resistance and support (pp. v-xiii) Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2006). Teikoku no Bokyaku: Datsu-Shokuminchika, Funso, Sengo Sekai ni okeru Shokuminchishugi no Isan (Forgetting the Empire). In A Kurosawa, T Sugihara, R Narita, T Morris-Suzuki, D Yui and Y Yoshida (Ed.), Iwanami Koza: Ajia-Taiheiyo Senso, Vol.7, Control and Violence (pp. ) Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2006). Changing Border Control Regimes and their Impact on Migration in Asia. In Amarjit Kaur and Ian Metcalfe (Ed.), Mobility, Labour Migration and Border Controls in Asia (pp. Aug-22) London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2006). Cross Border Migration and the Future of Co-operation between Japan and East Asia. In Nishiguchi Kyokatsu and Ka Go (Ed.), Constructing an East Asian Community (pp. ) Japan: University of Limerick.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2006). The Corridors of Coombs. In Brij Lal, Allison Ley (Ed.), The Coombs: A House of Memories (pp. 291 -292) Canberra Australia: Australian National University.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2006). Free Speech, Silenced Voices: The Japanese Media and the NHK Incident. In A Leaf (Ed.), Why was the Program Altered (pp. 231-252) Tokyo: Ichibasha.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2005). Drawing the Line: Migrants, Frontiers and Values in a Global Age. In Jo Coghlan, John Minns and Andrew Wells (Ed.), Seeking Refuge: Asylum Seekers and Politics in a Globalising World (pp. 26-39) Wollongong: University of Wollongong Press.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2005). Sengo Nihon no Shutsuny koku Kanri to Gaikokujin Seisaku. In Arisue Ken and Sekine Masami (Ed.), Sengo Nihon no Shakai to Shimin Ishiki (pp. 123-144) Tokyo, Japan: Keio Daigaku Shuppankai.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2005). B�ryoku o kataru koto wa kan� ka (Can we Speak about Violence?). In Kurosawa Aiko,Tru Sugihara, Ryūichi Narita, Tessa Morris-Suzuki, Daizabur (Ed.), Iwanami Kza: Ajia-Taiheiy Sens, Vol.1, Naze, Ima Ajia-Taiheiy Sens ka (Iwanami Lecture Series, The Asia Pacific War, Vol.1, Why the Asia-Pacific War, Now?) (pp. 277-316) Tokyo, Japan: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Koseki, S, Morris-Suzuki, T, Mogami, T et al (2005). Sengo Rokuj�nen no Danzetsu to Renzoku (Discontinuities and Continuities in the Six Postwar Decades). In Sekei Henshbu (Ed.), Sengo Rokujnen o Toinaosu (Rethinking the Six Postwar Decades) (pp. 39-88) Japan: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2004). Mino Hokari to no Taiwa (A Conversation with Mino Hokari). In (Ed.), Radikaru Oraru Hisutori: Osutoraria Senjumin Aborigini no Rekishi Jissen (Radical Oral History: The Experience of Australia's Aboriginese) (pp. 283-99) Tokyo: Ochanomizu Shobo.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2004). Tampa in Japan: East Asian Responses to Australia's Refugee Policy. In Alison Broinowski (Ed.), Double Vision: Asian Accounts of Australia (pp. 105-122) Canberra: Pandanus Books.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2004). Keundae Ilbon ui kukkyeong mandeulgi: Ilbonsa sok ui peonbang gwa kukka, kukkin imiji (Making the Borders of Modern Japan: Frontiers and the Image of the Nation in Japanese History). In Im Ji-Hyeon (Ed.), Keundae ui kukkyeong yoksa ui pyeonggyeong (The Borders of Modernity and the Frontiers of History) (pp. 195-216) Seoul, Korea: Humanist.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2004). Globalisation and the New Cultural Economy. In T Morris-Suzuki and Yoshimi Shunya (Ed.), Gurbarizshon no bunka seiji (The Cultural Politics of Globalization) (pp. 86-117) Japan: Heibonsha.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2003). White Nation to sono �ustoraria ni okeru bunmyaku (White Nation and its Australian Context). In M Hokari and Y Shiobara (Ed.), Howaito Nshon: Neo Nashonarizuma no hihan (White Nation: A critique of neo nationalism) (pp. 359-370) Tokyo, Japan: Heibonsha.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2003). Henky, senjmin shakai, kenryoku (Frontiers, Indigenous People and Power). In Aoki Tamotsu, Kang Sangjung, Kosugi Yasushi et al (Ed.), Ajia Shiseiki 7: Pawa (pp. 211-227) Tokyo, Japan: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2003). Mainoriti to kokuminkokka no mirai (Minorities and the future of the nation state). In (Ed.), Nihon no rekishi 25: Nihon wa doko e yuku no ka (A History of Japan Vol.25: Whither Japan?) (pp. 102-142) Tokyo, Japan: Kodansha.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2003). Globale Erinnerungen, nationale Darstellungen: Nationalismus und die Revision der Geschichte. In Steffi Richter and Wolfgang Hpken (Ed.), Verganganheit im Gesellschaftskonflikt: Ein Historikerstreit in Japan (pp. 27-53) Kln, Germany: Boehlau Verlag GmbH & Cie.
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  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2002). Kokumin kokka no keisei to kukan ishiki (Spatial Consciousness and the Formation of the Nation State). In Uemura Toshiya, Takashi Onuki, Hiroko Yamamoto, and Akio Tsukimoto (Ed.), Rekishi o tou 3 - Rekishi to kukan: (Questioning History Vol.3 - History and Space) (pp. 111-130) Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2002). Immigration and Citizenship in Contemporary Japan. In Javed Maswood, Jeffrey Graham and Hideaki Miyajima (Ed.), Japan: Change and Continuity (pp. 163-178) London: Routledge Curzon.
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  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Remembering War, Making Peace: History, Truth and Reconciliation in East Asia. In Barry Hindess and Margaret Jolly (Ed.), Thinking Peace, Making Peace (Occasional Paper Series 1/2001) (pp. 56-63) Canberra: Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Photographic Memory: Image, Reality and War. In Maria Serena Diokno (Ed.), Imagining the Past, Remembering the Future: War, violence and memory in Asia (pp. 169-188) Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Sericulture and the Origins of Japanese Industrialization. In Steven Tolliday (Ed.), The Economic Development of Modern Japan 1868-1945, Vol.1 (pp. 469-89) London: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Afterword: P�purunesu no shis� no kan�sei (The Possibilities of the Philosophy of Peopleness). In Hanasaki Kohei (Ed.), Aidentiti to kysei no seijigaku (The Politics of Identity and Coexistence) (pp. 466-477) Tokyo: Heibonsha.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T & Hudson, M (2001). Afterword: Diversity and Identity in the Twenty-First Century. In Donald Denoon, Mark Hudson, Gavan McCormack, Tessa Morris-Suzuki (Ed.), Multicultural Japan: Palaeolithic to Postmodern (pp. 287-291) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Morris-Suzuki, T (2001). Itsuwari no aidentiti e no kenri (The Right to Mistaken Identity). In Kurihara Akira, Komori Yichi, Sat Manabu, Yoshimi Shunya (Ed.), Ekky suru chi 6 - Chi no shokuminchi: ekky suru Transborder knowledge vol. 6 Transcending the Boundaries of Colonial Knowledge (pp. 191-215) Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.
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