Naoko KUMAGAI (熊谷 奈緒子)
・Professor, Aoyama Gakuin University, School of Global Studies and Collaboration
・Aoyama Gakuin University (April 2020 to present) ・International University of Japan (September 2010 to March 2020)
・Ph.D. in Political Science, 2009 Graduate Center, City University of New York ・M.A. in Public Administration, 1997 International Christian University
・“Chiseigaku to Jinken”(Geopolitics and Human Rights), in Shinichi Kitaoka and Yuuichi Hosoya eds., Atarashii Chiseigaku (New Geopolitics), Tokyo: Toyo Keizai, 2020, Chapter 7 pp. pp. 168-210.
・“Gender Equality in Japan: Internal Policy Processes and Impacts, and Foreign Implications under Prime Minister Abe’s Womenomics” (co-authored with Joyce Gelb), in Mary M. McCarthy ed., Routledge Handbook of Japanese Foreign Policy, New York: Routledge, 2018, pp. 337-352.
・“Chōsenjin ‘Ianfu’ wo meguru Shihaikenryokukōzō”(The Analysis of the Issue of Comfort Women with Japan’s Structural Colonial Power), in Toyomi Asano, Kizo Ogura, Naruhiko Nishi eds., Wakai no Tameni-“Teikoku no Ianfu” toiu Toi wo Hiraku (For Reconciliation: Exploration of the Comfort Women of the Empire), Tokyo: Crane, 2017.
・The Comfort Women: Historical, Political, Legal, and Moral Perspectives (English version of Jūgun Ianfu Mondai. Translated by David Noble), I-House Press, July 2016.
・“The Absence of Consensus in Japan over the Issue of Comfort Women–With the Case of the Asian Women’s Fund from the Approach of Ontological Security,” Social Science Japan Journal, Vol. 18, No. 2, Summer 2015, pp. 145-161.