Kurashige Jeffrey (Jeff) Yoshio 専任講師
1．“The 16th Century: Identifying a New Group of 'Unifiers' and reevaluating the Myth of 'Reunification' in ed. Karl Friday's Routledge Handbook of Premodern Japanese History. London: Routledge, 2017.
2．“The G30 Program and the Teaching of International Students” in ed. Andrew Hall’s How to Survive and Thrive at Kyushu University: Practical Lessons for Higher Education in Japan from the International Faculty. Fukuoka: Kyushu University Press, 2014.
3．Serving Your Master: The Kashindan Retainer Corps and the Socio-Economic Transformation of Warring States Japan (PhD Dissertation). U.M.I.Dissertation Services, 2011.
4．「英語圏における日本の戦国時代史研究の軌跡と課題 (Past Challenges and Future Trajectories in English Language Research on Japan’s Sengoku Period)」in歴史評論, No. 703, November 2008. p. 3-24.
5．(translation) Ike, Susumu. “Court and Bakufu in Late Medieval Japan: Evolution of a ‘Unified Polity’ ” in the revised edition of The Cambridge History of Japan. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Forthcoming)
6．(translation) Fukuma, Yoshiaki. “The Representations and Nationality of “the West,” “Japan,” and “the Periphery” in the Discourse of Lafcadio Hearn Studies” in International Journal of Japanese Sociology, No. 20, November 2011. p. 89-106.
7．(book review) Segal, Ethan Isaac. “Review: Coins, Trade, and the State: Economic Growth in Early Medieval Japan, by Ethan Isaac Segal” in Social Science Japan Journal, 2014.
Association for Asian Studies
University of Cambridge: Visiting scholar (Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies), Fellow Commonership Trinity College 2018