Other Works

Bailey, Jackson.  1991.  Ordinary People. Extraordinary Lives: Political and Economic Change in a Tohoku Village. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Brown, Keith.  1966.  Dōzoku and Descent Ideology in Japan. American Anthropologist 68:1129-1151.

Brown, Keith.  1968.  The Content of Dōzoku Relationships in Japan. Ethnology 7(2):113-138.

Brown, Keith, trans. 1979. Shinjō: The Chronicle of a Japanese Village. Pittsburgh: University Center for International Studies, University of Pittsburgh.

Brown, Keith.  1980.  The Family in Japan. World Conference on Records, August 12-15.

Fujishima, Gaijirō.  1961. Hiraizumi: Mōtsuji to Kanjizaiōin no Kenkyū [Hiraizumi: A Study on Mōtsu-ji Temple and Kanjizaiō-in Temple] .  Tōkyō: Tōkyō Daigaku Shuppankai.

Hopson, Nathan.  2017.  Enabling Japan’s Savage Northeast: Tōhoku as Japanese Postwar Thought, 1945-2011.  Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center.

Kawanishi Hidemichi.  2015.  Tōhoku: Japan’s Constructed Outland.  Leiden: Brill.

Kelly, William W.  1990.  Japanese Farmers, Wilson Quarterly 14(4):34-41.

Kelly, William W.  1990.   Regional Japan: The Price of Prosperity and the Benefits of Dependency, Daedalus 119(3):207-227.

Kelly, William W.  1992.    Rural Society in Japan: Past and Present.  In Myron L. Cohen (ed.), Guide to Asian Case Studies in the Social Sciences, pp. 127-136.  Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe.

Kelly, William W.  1992.    Tractors, Television, and Telephones: Reach Out and Touch Someone in Rural Japan. In Joseph J. Tobin (ed.), Re-made in Japan: Everyday Life and Consumer Taste in a Changing Society, pp. 77-88.  New Haven: Yale University Press.

Kelly, William W.  2006.  Rice Revolutions and Farm Families in Tōhoku: Why is Farming Culturally Central and Economically Marginal?  In Christopher Thompson and John W. Traphagan (eds.), Wearing Cultural Styles in Japan: Concepts of Tradition and Modernity in Practice.  Albany: State University of New York Press.

Klien, Susanne.  2013.  Katastrophenvolunteers in Tohoku: Lebensinhalt, Strategie, Selbstzufriedenheit?” (Disaster volunteers in Tohoku: Purpose in Life, strategy, complacency?), Japan Jahrbuch 2013: Politik, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft, (Annual research volume published by the German Association for Social Science Research on Japan), Berlin: Verein für sozialwissenschaftliche Japanforschung.

Klien, Susanne.  2016.  Post 3.11 Shinto Practice in Miyagi Prefecture: The Case of the Ogatsu Hoin Kagura. Asian Ethnology.

Klien, Susanne.  2016.  Ritual, Resistance, Rebellion? Disaster volunteer experiences in northeastern Japan.  Journal of Ritual Studies.

Klien, Susanne.  2016.  Reinventing Ishinomaki, Reinventing Japan? Creative Networks, Alternative Lifestyles and the Search for Quality of Life in Post-growth Japan.  Japanese Studies 36(1): 39-60.

Nakane, Chie.  1967. Kinship and Economic Organization in Rural Japan.  New York: Academic Press.

Noss, Christopher.  2017. Tōhoku: The Scotland of Japan.  Forgotten Books.  

Rausch, A.  2001.   A Year With the Local Newspaper: Understanding the Times in Aomori, Japan, 1999. Lanham: University Press of America.

Sato, Eiko et al. 1992. Kanegasaki-chō shi (The History of Kanegasaki). Kanegasaki: Kanegasaki Town Government.

Thompson, Christopher S.  2002.  Enlisting on-line residents: Expanding the boundaries of e-government in a Japanese Rural Township. Government Information Quarterly 19 (2002) 173-187.

Thompson, Christopher S.  2003.  Depopulation In Regional Japan: Population Politics In Tôwa-chô. In Traphagan, John and John Knight, (eds.) Demographic Change And the Family in Japan’s Aging Society. State University of New York Press. pp. 89-106.

Thompson, Christopher S.  2008.  Population decline, municipal amalgamation, and the politics of folk performance preservation in northeast Japan.  In Florian Coulmans, Harald Conrad, Annette Schad-Seifert and Gabriele Vogt, The Demographic Challenge: A Handbook about Japan. Leiden: Brill, Pp. 361-386.

Wood, Donald C.  2012.  Ogata-Mura: Dowing Dissent and Reclaiming Identity in a Japanese Farming Village.  New York: Bergham Books.

Yiengpruksawan, Mim Hall.  1998.  Hiraizumi: Buddhist Art and Regional Politics in Twelfth-Century Japan.  Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center.