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This tale of two movies contrasts American reception of the most famous Japanese movies of the 1950s: Kurosawa Akira’s Rashomon (1951) and Honda Ishiro’s Gojira/Godzilla (1956). The former played in art houses and critics lauded it; the latter ran mostly at drive-ins, and reviewers dismissed it...
The National Personnel Authority (npa), Jinjiin in Japanese, was an unwelcome gift from the u.s. occupation ruler. It was fundamentally alien to Japanese bureaucratic traditions. It was a u.s.-style independent agency and aimed to remake the Japanese bureaucracy on the American model. This...
This essay presents a microhistory of u.s.-Japanese relations during the years of the Allied Occupation (1945–1952), describing how policies the United States enacted in the context of Cold War era national security concerns negatively affected the experiences of Japanese scientists. The Red...
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