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Excluded/Marginalized Voices

Entry published in Encyclopedia of Curriculum Studies

Authors: Rubén A. Gaztambide-Fernández, Sarah Switzer

Gothic Voices

Entry published 2001 in Oxford Music Online

Authors: Fabrice Fitch

Sansom, Sir George Bailey, (1883–8 March 1965), Consultant Professor, Stanford University, Cal. since 1955; Emer. Prof., Japanese Studies Columbia Univ., New York, 1954; Assoc. Fell. Berkeley Coll., Yale Univ

Entry published 1 Dec 2007 in Who Was Who

“two voices” theory

Entry published 24 Jan 2014 in The Virgil Encyclopedia on pages 1310 to 1311

Japanese Management

Entry published in International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies

Authors: Tim Ray

Japanese Imperialism

Entry published 28 Jan 2016 in The Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies on pages 1 to 7

Authors: Robert Tierney

Japanese Popular Culture

Entry published 28 Jan 2016 in The Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies on pages 1 to 5

Authors: Mohammed Abdul Mujeeb Khan

New Literacies, New Times: Developments in Literacy Studies

Entry published in SpringerReference

Gerstle, Prof. (C.) Andrew, (born 18 June 1951), Professor of Japanese Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, since 1993

Entry published 1 Dec 2007 in Who's Who

Gerstle, Prof. (C.) Andrew, (born 18 June 1951), Professor of Japanese Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, since 1993

Entry published 1 Dec 2007 in Who's Who

Citizenship, Communication, and Modes of Audience Engagement

Entry published 28 Dec 2012 in The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies

Authors: Christine L. Garlough, Dhavan V. Shah

Taylor, Jeremy Paul, (born 30 Dec. 1962), Chief Executive, National Voices, since 2009

Entry published 1 Dec 2015 in Who's Who

Newiss, Hilary Jane, (born 16 April 1956), Chair, National Voices, since 2014

Entry published 1 Dec 2015 in Who's Who

Stockwin, Prof. (James) Arthur (Ainscow), (born 28 Nov. 1935), Nissan Professor of Modern Japanese Studies, and Director of Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies, University of Oxford, 1982–2003; Fellow, St Antony’s College, Oxford, 1982–2003, now Emeritus (Sub-Warden, 1999–2001)

Entry published 1 Dec 2007 in Who's Who

Stockwin, Prof. (James) Arthur (Ainscow), (born 28 Nov. 1935), Nissan Professor of Modern Japanese Studies, and Director of Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies, University of Oxford, 1982–2003; Fellow, St Antony’s College, Oxford, 1982–2003, now Emeritus (Sub-Warden, 1999–2001)

Entry published 1 Dec 2007 in Who's Who

Japanese Literature, Criticism and Theory

Entry published 28 Jan 2016 in The Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies on pages 1 to 10

Authors: Kimberly T. Kono

Japanese Modern Literature from Okinawa

Entry published 28 Jan 2016 in The Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies on pages 1 to 3

Authors: Davinder L. Bhowmik

Feb 17 voices

Entry published in Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics

Authors: Manel Jiménez-Morales

Global Voices

Entry published in Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics

Authors: William Hart

New York City, New York

Entry published in Encyclopedia of Urban Studies