The links below reflect my public-facing writing. This includes digital scholarship, online articles, personal reflections or advice, and other media projects. For more information on and examples of public engagement, see my padlet collection.
“Virtual Roundtable: The “Rebirth” of Japanese Studies: Closing Remarks.” Association for Asian Studies 2020.
“Embracing the Rebirth of Japanese Studies.” #AsiaNow (Blog of the Association for Asian Studies). May 18, 2020.
“Japan’s Once and Future Female Emperors.” Nursing Clio. April 30, 2019.
The following short articles were written as a part of my time working as Library Assistant for Japanese Special Collections at the University of Michigan’s Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library: Asia Library. They showcase manuscripts found in the collection in the library’s blog, Notes from Asia Library, and were published between May and August 2019. The image to the right is the seal of the Kamada Collection.
“The Kamada Collection: Traditional Japanese Performing Arts.”
“More from the Kamada Collection: Traditional Japanese Performing Arts.”
“More from the Kamada Collection: Warrior Scenes (1).”
“More from the Kamada Collection: Warrior Scenes (2).”
“Waka Poetry from the Kamada Collection.”
“More Waka Poetry from the Kamada Collection.”
“Buddhist Texts from the Kamada Collection.”
“More Buddhist Texts from the Kamada Collection.”
Japan- and East Asia-related Job Market Data Visualizations (2019-2020). May 1, 2020
“Digital Humanities Japan: Building Community and Sharing Resources.” The Digital Orientalist. March 27, 2020.
“Job Sites for Academics.” September 28, 2020.
The following articles were written as a part of my blog What Can I Do with a B.A. in Japanese Studies? and are only a small selection of materials available there on choosing to pursue (or not pursue) careers in a variety of areas related to Japanese and Japanese Studies.
“Going on to graduate school for Japanese Studies.” January 5, 2011
“Choosing the right Japanese Studies Ph.D. program for you.” March 23, 2011
“Social Networking Basics: Developing and Maintaining Relationships in Japanese Studies.” April 27, 2011.