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Program Reports

A list of publications including program reports and proceedings on the programs hosted, co-hosted or supported by the I-House will be available on this website in the near future.
*Please contact the Program Department to inquire whether the titles are in stock.

Program Reports of Current Programs

Asia Leadership Fellow Program Reports (1996-2004)

Occasional Papers since 1985 (in English unless otherwise noted)

Asia Leadership Fellow Program

  • Asia Leadership Fellow Program 1996 Program Report: Intellectual Concerns and Critiques in Southeast Asia (March 1998)
  • Asia Leadership Fellow Program 1997 Program Report: Culture, Development, and Emancipation: The Search for a New Paradigm (March 1999)
  • Asia Leadership Fellow Program 1998 Program Report: Asia in Transition: Localizing Strategies, Globalizing Processes (March 2000)
  • Asia Leadership Fellow Program 1999 Program Report: Global Challenge, Local Response: Asian Experiences and Concerns (February 2001)
  • Asia Leadership Fellow Program 2000 Program Report: Action and Reflection: Experiences of Globalization in Asia (July 2001)
  • Asia Leadership Fellow Program 2001 Program Report: Rethinking Existing Paradigms: Public Intellectuals in Action (July 2002)
  • Asia Leadership Fellow Program Reunion Conference Proceedings: Conflict Management in the Face of Globalization: Initiatives, Alternatives and Imaginations (2002)
  • Asia Leadership Fellow Program 2002Program Report: The Role of Public Intellectuals in a Changing Asia (July 2003)
  • Asia Leadership Fellow Program 2003 Program Report: Unequal Worlds and the Roads Ahead (December 2004)
  • Asia Leadership Fellow Program 2004 Program Report: Acting Asian: Contradictions in a Globalizing World (June 2005)
  • The Community of Asia: Concept of Reality? (An alumni book project of the Asia Leadership Fellow Program, 2006, Manila: Anvil Publishing) )

Ph.D. Kenkyukai

  • Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Ph.D. Kenkyukai Conference on Japanese Studies (June 1994)

Chinese Social Science Forum

  • Dongying Qiusuo I (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, published both in Japan and China, June 1987, in Japanese)
  • Dongying Qiusuo II (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, October 1988, in Japanese)
  • Dongying Qiusuo III (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, published in China, October 1989, in Japanese)
  • Dongying Qiusuo IV (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, November 1991, in Japanese)
  • Dongying Qiusuo V (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, September 1993, in Japanese)
  • Dongying Qiusuo VI (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, September 1994, in Japanese)
  • Dongying Qiusuo VII (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, July 1995, in Japanese)
  • Dongying Qiusuo VIII (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, March 1996, in Japanese)
  • Dongying Qiusuo IX (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, March 1998, in Japanese)
  • Dongying Qiusuo X (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, March 1999, in Japanese)
  • Dongying Qiusuo XI (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, April 2000, in Japanese)
  • Dongying Qiusuo XII (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, December 2001, in Japanese)
  • Dongying Qiusuo XIII “China and Japan in the Age of Globalization” (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, published by the Social Sciences Documentation Publishing House, April 2003, in Chinese)
  • Dongying Qiusuo XIV ” ‘Otherness’ in China and Japan” (edited by the Chinese Social Science Forum, published by the Social Sciences Documentation Publishing House, March 2004, in Chinese)

U.S.-Japan Media Dialogue

  • Behind the Headlines (Proceedings of the First U.S.-Japan Media Dialogue held in September 1996, edited by Bob Deans, December 1996)
  • Journalism under Fire (Proceedings of the Second U.S.-Japan Media Dialogue held in September 1997, edited by Carol Buckland, January 1998)
  • Politics and the Media in the U.S. and Japan (Proceedings of the Third U.S.-Japan Media Dialogue held in September 1998, edited by Clay Chandler, January 1999)
  • Media to Seiji [Media and Politics] (Proceedings of the Third U.S.-Japan Media Dialogue held in September 1998, published by Akashi Shoten, October 1999, in Japanese)
  • Getting the News: How Technology Is Revolutionalizing the Media (Proceedings of the Fifth U.S.-Japan Media Dialogue held in May 2001, edited by Brendan Koerner, 2001)

Asia-Pacific Youth Forum

  • The Asia-Pacific Community in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities for Youth (Proceedings of the Pacific Youth Forum 1991 in Yamagata, both in English and Japanese, March 1992)
  • Development and Coexistence: New Agenda and Quest for Common Values for the Asia-Pacific Region (Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Youth Forum 1995 in Fukuoka, March 1996; Japanese version published in March 1996)
  • Development and Culture (Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Youth Forum 1996 in Haguro, both in English and Japanese, March 1997)
  • Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Youth Forum in Okinawa: Identities in Changing Contexts (co-edited by the Japan Foundation Asia Center, March 1998)
  • Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Youth Forum 1999 in Chiang Mai: Crisis and Beyond-Can Youth Make a Difference? (March 2000)
  • Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Youth Forum 2001 in Utazu: Beyond ‘Development’ : Searching for a New Vision-The Role of Youth in the 21st Century (March 2001)

Shibusawa International Seminar on Japanese Studies

  • Challenges for Japan: Democracy, Business and Aging (Proceedings of the Second Shibusawa International Seminar on Japanese Studies held in 2000, March 2001)
  • Challenges for Japan: Democracy, Finance, International Relations, Gender (Proceedings of the Third Shibusawa International Seminar on Japanese Studies held in 2002, June 2003)

International Symposium on American Studies

  • Proceedings of the Fourth Symposium on American Studies in the Asia-Pacific Region (May 1994)
  • Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on American Studies in the Asia-Pacific Region-American Values in U.S. Diplomacy toward Asia (June 1995)
  • Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on American Studies in the Asia-Pacific Region-Multiculturalism in the U.S. and the Asia-Pacific Region (November 1996)
  • Survey of American Studies in Japan

  • Survey of American Studies in Japan Report: American Studies Curriculum in Higher Education (July 1997, in Japanese)
  • Survey of American Studies in Japan Report: Development of American Studies Seminars (February 1998, in Japanese)
  • Amerika Kenkyu Annai (a collection of essays and bibliographies from the Survey of American Studies in Japan organized by the House 1995-97, published by the University of Tokyo Press, June 1998, in Japanese)

Other Conferences

  • Proceedings of the Symposium in Commemoration of ’85 International Year of the Forest “Effective Use of Forest Resources in the Preservation of the Environment,” (September 1986)
  • United States-Japan Communications Seminar (Report, Organized by the Asia Foundation and the International House of Japan, 1987).
  • The Political Economy of Japan, Vol. 1 (ed. by Yasusuke Murakami and Hugh T. Patrick, Stanford University Press, 1987)
  • The Political Economy of Japan, Vol. 2 (ed. by Takashi Inoguchi and Daniel I. Okimoto, Stanford University Press, 1988)
  • Initiatives for Improving Japan-U.S. Communication (Proceedings of the Symposium “An Initiative for Improving Japan-U.S. Communication” held in 1991, September 1991)
  • The Political Economy of Japan, Vol. 3 (ed. by Shumpei Kumon and Henry Rosovsky, Stanford University Press, 1992)
  • Taiheiyo Senso [The Pacific War] (Papers presented to the international conference “Fifty Years After-The Pacific War Re-examined” organized by the House in 1991, published by the University of Tokyo Press, July 1993, in Japanese)
  • Taiheiyo Senso no Sai-kosatsu Kaigi-roku [Proceedings of he International Conference: Fifty Years After –The Pacific War Re-examined] (March 1994, in Japanese)
  • Bound to Lead?: Domestic Challenges and the Capacity for International Leadership in Japan and the United States (Proceedings of the 1994 Dartmouth- International House of Japan Conference “The United States and Japan on the Eve of the 21st Century: Prospects for Joint Leadership,” February 1995)

Other Research Projects

  • Nichibei Kankei no Kenkyu [Studies on Japan-U.S. Relations] (ed. by the International House of Japan, Printed by University of Tokyo Press, March 1968, in Japanese)
  • The Political Economy of Japan, Vol. 1 (ed. by Yasusuke Murakami and Hugh T. Patrick, Stanford University Press, 1987)
  • The Political Economy of Japan, Vol. 2 (ed. by Takashi Inoguchi and Daniel I. Okimoto, Stanford University Press, 1988)
  • The Political Economy of Japan, Vol. 3 (ed. by Shumpei Kumon and Henry Rosovsky, Stanford University Press, 1992)
  • Amerika Kenkoku no Rinen to Nichibei Kankei [The Ideas Which Supported the Foundation of the American Nation] (Report of 1991-93 Research Project on the History of Japan-U.S. Relations, published by NIRA, March 1995, in Japanese)
  • Nichibei Kankei ni Okeru Esunisitii no Yoso [Elements of Ethnicity in the History of Japan-U.S. Relations] (Report of 1991-93 Research Project on the History of Japan-U.S. Relations, published by NIRA, March 1995, in Japanese)
  • The United States, Japan, and the Future of Nuclear Weapons (interim report of the U.S.-Japan Study Group on Arms Control and Non-Proliferation after the Cold War organized by the House 1994-96, in collaboration with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, March 1995)
  • United States-Japan Relations and International Institutions After the Cold War(Proceedings of the research project on U.S.-Japan Relations and International Institutions after the Cold War organized by the House 1993-95, edited by Peter Gourevitch, Takashi Inoguchi and Courtney Purrington, published in cooperation with the University of California, San Diego, July 1995)
  • Reisengo no Kaku Fukakusan to Nichibei Kankei [Arms Control, Non- Proliferation, and Japan-U.S. Relations After the Cold War] (interim report of the U.S.-Japan Study Group on Arms Control and Non-Proliferation after the Cold War organized by the House 1994-96, edited by Ryukichi Imai and Yasuhide Yamanouchi, March 1996, in Japanese)
  • Reisengo no Nichibei Kankei: Kokusaiseido no Seijikeizaigaku [U.S.-Japan Relations and International Institutions After the Cold War] (Japanese version of the above proceedings of the research project on U.S.-Japan Relations and International Institutions after the Cold War organized by the House 1993-95, edited by Peter Gourevitch, Takashi Inoguchi and Courtney Purrington, published by NTT Publications, March 1997, in Japanese)
  • Next Steps in Arms Control and Non-Proliferation-Final Report of the U.S.-Japan Study Group on Arms Control and Non-Proliferation After the Cold War (in collaboration with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, March 1997)
  • Reisengo no Higashi Ajia to Gunbi Kanri [Next Steps in Arms Control and Non-Proliferation] (final report of the U.S.-Japan Study Group on Arms Control and Non-Proliferation after the Cold War organized by the House 1994-96, edited by Ryukichi Imai and Yasuhide Yamanouchi, July 1999, in Japanese)

Miscellaneous

  • Roberts’ Guide to Japanese Museums of Art and Archaeology (published by Simul, February 1987)
    Tsuiso Matsumoto Shigeharu [Remembrances of Shigeharu Matsumoto] (January 1990, in Japanese)
  • The Postwar Development of Japanese Studies in the United States-A Historical Review and Prospects for the Future (Proceedings of the symposium of the same title organized as one of the International House of Japan 40th Anniversary programs, May 1993)
  • Words, Ideas, and Ambiguities-Four Perspectives on Translating from the Japanese (proceedings of the lecture series “Modern Japanese Literature in English Translation” organized by the House in 1998, published by Imprint Publications, March 2000)
  • Blazing a Path: Japanese Women’s Contributions to Modern Science (published by the Committee for Encouragement of Future Scientists in 2001)

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