Recent Publications

Burakku Raibuzu Mataa Kaisoo-roku: Terorisuto to Yobarete
Translation and notes by Rieko Wagoner, Principal Lecturer in Language and Culture Studies and International Studies, Emerita
Seido-sha, Tokyo, 2021; 333 pages
(When They Call You A Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir; Patrisse Khan-Cullors and asha bandele; St. Martin’s Publishing Group, 2017)

The Constitutional Question to Save the Planet: The People’s Right to a Healthy Environment
Franklin L. Kury ’58
Environmental Law Institute, 2021; 224 pages

The New York Times’ 1619 Project and the Racialist Falsification of History: Essays and Interviews
Edited by David W. Green ’71, under the pen name David North, and Thomas Mackaman
Mehring Books, 2021; 339 pages

Functional Variations in English: Theoretical Considerations and Practical Challenges
Edited by Ram Ashish Giri, Anamika Sharma, and James D’Angelo ’81
Springer, 2020; 340 pages

Funadaiku Nasu Seiichi To Nagaragawa No Ubune Wo Tsukuru (Building the Nagara River Ubune with Boatbuilder Seiichi Nasu)
Douglas Brooks ’82
Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, 2020; 131 pages

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