Sexual Violence in History: A Bibliography

compiled by Stefan Blaschke

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Start: Topical Index: Types: Sexual Assault: Forced Prostitution: "Comfort Women" System:

Types: Forced Prostitution:
"COMFORT WOMEN" COMMEMORATION

[Info] Beck, Abigail. Memorializing Wartime Rape During the Second World War. M.A. Thesis, Claremont Graduate University, 2020.

[Info] Inuzuka, Ako. Non-Western Colonization, Orientalism, and the Comfort Women: The Collective Memory of Sexual Slavery Under the Japanese Imperial Military. Lanham 2021.

[Info] Kim, Nan. »Defying Comfort, Not a Woman: ‘Peace Statue of a Girl,’ Witness to Wartime Sexual Violence, and the Creative Dissent of Counter-Monumentality.« 27th Annual Conference of the World History Association. Milwaukee 2018.

[Info] Kim, Phyllis. »Looking Back at 10 Years of the “Comfort Women” Movement in the U.S.« The Transnational Redress Movement for the Victims of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery. Edited by Pyong Gap Min et al. Berlin 2020: 179-200.

[Info] Kinukawa, Tomomi, et al. »San Francisco’s “Comfort Women” Memorial: A local and transnational space.« Annual Meeting of the National Women's Studies Association. San Francisco 2019.

[Info] Koyama, Emi. »Japanese Far-Right Activities in the United States and at the United Nations: Conflict and Coordination between Japanese Government and Fringe Groups.« The Transnational Redress Movement for the Victims of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery. Edited by Pyong Gap Min et al. Berlin 2020: 261-271.

[Info] Lee, Ji-young. »???‘???’ ??? ??? ‘???(???)’? ?? ??? ‘??? ???’.« ???? No. 81 (2019): 61-83.

[Info] Li, Lin. »Curating Japanese Wartime Sexual Violence: Feminist Museums across East Asia.« Annual Conference of the Association for Asian Studies. Boston 2020.

[Info] Li, Lin. »Curating Japanese Military Sexual Slavery: Feminist Museums across East Asia.« Annual Conference of the Association for Asian Studies. Virtual, 2021.

[Info] Li, Lin. »"Comfort Women" Memorials at the Crossroads of Ultranationalist, Feminist, and Decolonial Critiques: Triangulating Japan, South Korea, and the United States.« Frontiers (2022): 89-116.

[Info] Li, Lin. »Towards a Just Memory: Remembering Survivors of Sexual Violence through Memorials.« Arcade (March 3, 2023).

[Info] McCarthy, Mary M. »Political and Social Contestation in the Memorialization of ‘Comfort Women’.« Public Memory in the Context of Transnational Migration and Displacement: Migrants and Monuments. Edited by Sabine Marschall. Cham 2020: 127-156.

[Info] Mirkinson, Judith. »Building the San Francisco Memorial: Why the Issue of the ‘Comfort Women’ is Still Relevant Today?« The Transnational Redress Movement for the Victims of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery. Edited by Pyong G. Min.et al. Berlin 2020: 71-94.

[Info] Moon, So-Jeong. »???? ??? ?WAM?? ??? ‘???’? ?????.« ??? ???? 50 (2017): 385-400.

[Info] Schumacher, Daniel. »Asia’s global memory wars and solidarity across borders: Diaspora activism on the “comfort women” issue in the United States.« The Asia-Pacific Journal 19(5) (2021).

[Info] Shahani, Lila R. »The Politics of Erasure: De-Commemorating "Comfort Women" in the Philippines.« Fallen Monuments and Contested Memorials. Edited by Juilee Decker. London 2024: 79-91.

[Info] Son, Elizabeth W. Embodied Reckonings: “Comfort Women,” Performance, and Transpacific Redress. Ann Arbor 2018.

[Info] Su, Amanda. »Constructing ‘Sexual Slavery’ Through Comfort Women Memorials.« 10th Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present. New Orleans 2018.

[Info] Tai, Eika. »Museum Activism Against Military Sexual Slavery.« Museum Anthropology 39 (Spring 2016): 35-47.

[Info] Vickers, Edward. »Commemorating "comfort women" beyond Korea: The Chinese case.« Remembering Asia's World War Two. Edited by Mark R. Frost et al. London 2019: 174-207.

[Info] Ward, Thomas J. »The Comfort Women Controversy: Lessons from Taiwan.« Asia-Pacific Journal 16 (2018).

[Info] Yamaguchi, Tomomi. »The “History Wars” and the “Comfort Woman” Issue: The Significance of Nippon Kaigi in the Revisionist Movement in Contemporary Japan.« The Transnational Redress Movement for the Victims of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery. Edited by Pyong G. Min et al. Berlin 2020: 233-260.

[Info] Yoon, Jihwan. »??? ???? ?? ??? ??? ??? ??? ???? ?? ??.« ??????? 54 (2019): 51-69.

[Info] Yoon, Jihwan, et al. »When Memoryscapes Move: ‘Comfort Women’ memorials as transnational.« The Routledge Handbook of Memory and Place. Edited by Sarah De Nardi et al. London 2020: 119-128.