Publications

Full Publications List

A full catalogue of all my academic publications is in this pdf file. Information is correct as of the date in the file name.

こちらのPDFファイルに、学術出版物の全一覧を掲載しています。掲載内容はファイル名中の日付現在のものです。

Philip Seaton Publications List 20190402

Google Scholar citations data. Scopus citation data (Hokkaido University).

My Three Most Recent Academic Publications

直近の学術出版物3点。

1) ‘Islands of “Dark” and “Light/Lite” Tourism: War-related contents tourism around the Seto Inland Sea’, Japan Review 33 (2019), pp. 299-327.

2) ‘On the trail of The Last Samurai (I): Taranaki‘, International Journal of Contents Tourism 4 (2019), pp. 12-24; ‘On the trail of The Last Samurai (II): Hobbiton vs Uruti Valley‘, International Journal of Contents Tourism 4 (2019), pp. 25-31; ‘On the trail of The Last Samurai (III): Himeji and Kagoshima‘, International Journal of Contents Tourism 4 (2019), pp. 32-42.

3) Review of Hiro Saito, The History Problem: The Politics of War Commemoration in East Asia (University of Hawai‘i Press, 2017). Monumenta Nipponica 73.2 (2018), pp. 320-324.

Open Access Publications

Academic publications can be very expensive. But, I try to keep a good proportion of my research articles freely available online. Here are my Open Access publications with links to the article.

学術出版物はかなり高額な場合があります。しかし、私の研究論文の一部 を、オンライン上で、無償で閲覧できるよう努めています。こちらが、オープンアクセス可能な出版物に掲載された論文へのリンクです。

‘Islands of “Dark” and “Light/Lite” Tourism: War-related contents tourism around the Seto Inland Sea’, Japan Review, Vol. 33 (2019), pp. 299-327.

‘On the trail of The Last Samurai (III): Himeji and Kagoshima’, International Journal of Contents Tourism 4 (2019), pp. 32-44.

‘On the trail of The Last Samurai (II): Hobbiton vs Uruti Valley’, International Journal of Contents Tourism 4 (2019), pp. 25-31.

‘On the trail of The Last Samurai (I): Taranaki’, International Journal of Contents Tourism 4 (2019), pp. 12-24.

山村高淑、シートン・フィルップ、張慶在、平井健文、鑓水孝太(編) 『コンテンツ・ツーリズム研究の射程~国際研究の可能性と課題』、CATS 叢書第 8 号、北海道大学観光学高等研究センター(2016).

Katsuyuki Nishikawa, Philip Seaton and Takayoshi Yamamura. The Theory and Practice of Contents Tourism. Hokkaido University Research Faculty of Media and Communication (2015).

‘The nationalist assault on Japan’s local peace museums: The conversion of Peace Osaka’, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus Vol. 13, Issue 30, Number 3 (2015).

Philip Seaton and Takayoshi Yamamura, ‘Japanese popular culture and contents tourism’, Japan Forum 27.1 (2015), pp. 1-11.

‘Taiga dramas and tourism: Historical contents as sustainable tourist resources’, Japan Forum 27.1 (2015), pp. 82-103.

‘Remembering Biowarfare Unit 731 Through Musical Activism: a performance of the choral work The Devil’s Gluttony’, The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. 11, Issue 28, No. 3 (2014).

Kageyama Asako and Philip Seaton, ‘Marines Go Home: Anti-Base Activism in Okinawa, Japan and Korea’, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus Vol. 8 Issue 14 Number 1 (2010).

‘Testimony and War Memories in Japan: Introduction’, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus Vol. 8, Issue 32, Number 2 (2010).

Kurahashi Ayako and Philip Seaton, ‘War Responsibility and the Family in Japan: Kurahashi Ayako’s My Father’s Dying Wish’, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus Vol. 8, Issue 32, Number 2 (2010).

‘Historiography and Japanese war nationalism: Testimony in Sensōron, Sensōron as testimony’, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus Vol. 8, Issue 32, Number 2 (2010).

‘Vietnam and Iraq in Japan: Japanese and American grassroots peace activism’, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus Vol. 6, Issue 4 (2008).

‘Alternative Summits, Alternative Perspectives: Beyond the 2008 Hokkaido G8 Summit: Editor’s introduction’, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus Vol. 6, Issue 11 (2008).

‘The G8 Summit as “local event” in the Hokkaido media’, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus Vol. 6, Issue 11 (2008).

Lukasz Zablonski and Philip Seaton, ‘The Hokkaido Toyako Summit as a springboard for grassroots reconciliation initiatives: The “Peace, Reconciliation and Civil Society” symposium’, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus Vol. 6, Issue 11 (2008).

‘Family, friends and furusato: “Home” in the formation of Japanese war memories’, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus Vol. 5, Issue 7 (2007).