Professor Rikki Kersten

Honorary Fellow
Email:
r.kersten@wreac.org

1993 PhD (History), Oxford; 1984 BA (Asian studies and history), Adelaide; 1982 BA (History and Japanese language), Adelaide.

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Selected publications

  • Turning to the Nation in Postwar Japan (London : Palgrave: forthcoming 2006)
  • The Left in Japanese Politics: Essays in Honour of J.A.A. Stockwin ( London : RoutledgeCurzon, December 2005) (Co-Editor and Contributor)
  • Democracy in Postwar Japan : Maruyama Masao and the search for autonomy (London: Routledge, 1996), 286pp
  • 'Maruyama Masao and the Dilemma of the Public Intellectual in Post-war Japan', in Steunebrink, Van der Zweerde and Cornelisson eds., Nation, Religion and Civil Society: Modernization in Context ( Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2004)
  • 'Australia and Japan', in J. Cotton and J. Ravenhill eds ., The National Interest in a Global Era: Australia in World Affairs 1996 - 2000 ( Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2002), pp 72 - 90.
  • 'Japan and Australia', in T. Inoguchi and P. Jain eds., Japanese Foreign Policy Today ( New York : St Martin 's Press, 2000), pp 283 - 296.
  • 'Japanese Foreign Policy', in P. Jain ed., Australasian Studies on Japan (Rockhampton: Central Queensland University Press, 1998), 28pp
  • 'Revisionism, Reaction and the Symbol Emperor in Post-War Japan', Japan Forum Vol. 15 No. 1 2003, 17pp
  • 'Neo-nationalism and the Liberal School of History', Japan Forum , Vol. 11 No. 2 1999, 13pp
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