Kurashige Jeffrey (Jeff) Yoshio 准教授
1．“Them’s Fightin’ Words: Reevaluating “Warrior” Terminology of the Sengoku Period” in The Hiyoshi Review of English Studies, No.72, 2020.
2．“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.
3．“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.
4．Serving Your Master: The Kashindan Retainer Corps and the Socio-Economic Transformation of Warring States Japan (PhD Dissertation). U.M.I.Dissertation Services, 2011.
5．「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.
6．(translation) Ohsawa Masachi. “The Nuclear Power Plant as God” in International Journal of Japanese Sociology, No. 21, March 2012. p. 108-118.
7．(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.
8．(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