|"Nihon kenkyû" o tsûjite jinbun kagaku o kangaeru. Contemplating the humanities through Japanese studies
||Guo, Nanyan (Hg.) / Shiraishi, Eri (Hg.)
|Jo "Nihon kenkyû" no hitsuyôsei towa? Introduction: Why do we study Japan?
|Reshaping the baton. The enduring relevance of intellectual history
|Baton o arata ni katachi zukuru. Shisôshi no eizokuteki yûigisei ni tsuite
|Youthful rebellion as a stage towards freedom and originality. The case of Tada Tomio, immunologist, essayist, and playwright
|Overlap between victims and perpetrators in Hotta Yoshie's novel "Jikan"