Barbara J. Brooks
Campus Affiliation: City College of New York
Research Interests: East Asian History
Japan's Imperial Diplomacy: Treaty Ports, Consuls and War in China, 1895-1938 (University of Hawaii Press, 2000).
"China Experts in the Japanese Foreign Ministry, 1895-1937," in Peter Duus, et al., eds., The Japanese Informal Empire in China, (Princeton University Press, 1989), pp.369-395.
"The Japanese Consul in China," Sino-Japanese Studies, v. 10, no. 1, Fall 1997.
"Peopling the Japanese Empire: The Koreans in Manchuria and the Rhetoric of Inclusion," in Sharon Munichiello, ed., Japan's Competing Modernities, (University of Hawaii Press, 1998), pp. 25-44.
Articles in preparation:
"The League of Nations and Japan's Role in Traffic in Women and Children in Asia, 1920-1937," for submission to women's history journal.
"Structures of Knowledge: Medicine and its Institutions in Japanese Colonial Culture," submitted to Journal, Social History of Medicine, with four other East Asianists, January 2003.
"Revisioning Empire: The Greater East Asia Ministry and Japan's Wartime Transformations," for submission to Jornal of Japanese Studies in 2003.