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Sabine Frühstück
Sabine Frühstück ist in Sankt Veit an der Glan St. Veit an der Glan zur Schule gegangen und hat an der Universität Wien studiert (M.A. 1992, Ph.D. 1996). Nach mehreren Jahren als wissenschaftliche Assistentin am Institut für Ostasienwissenschaften hat sie 1999 den Ruf an die University of California in Santa Barbara angenommen, wo sie seither als Professorin für Modern Japanese Cultural Studies im Department for East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies zur modernen und gegenwärtigen Geschichte und Sozialanthropologie Japans forscht und lehrt (seit 2006 als Full Professor).



PUBLICATIONS

Books

8. Nihonjin no “otoko-rashisa:” Samurai kara otaku made “dansei-sei” no hensen o ou (Japanese translation of Recreating Japanese Men). Multiple translators. Tokyo: Akashi Shoten, 2013.

7. Recreating Japanese Men. Ed. Sabine Frühstück and Anne Walthall, “Asia: Local Studies/Global Themes,” series ed. Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom, Kären Wigen, and Hue-Tam Ho Tai. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011.

6. Fuan na heishitachi: Nippon no Jieitai kenkyû (Japanese translation of Uneasy Warriors). Transl. Hanada Chie. Tokyo: Hara Shobô, 2008.

5. Uneasy Warriors: Gender, Memory and Popular Culture in the Japanese Army. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007.

4. Colonizing Sex: Sexology and Social Control in Modern Japan. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003.

3. Neue Geschichten der Sexualität: Beispiele aus Ostasien und Zentraleuropa 1700-2000 (New Histories of Sexuality: Case Studies from East Asia and Central Europe 1700-2000). Ed. Franz X. Eder and Sabine Frühstück. Vienna: Turia & Kant, 1999.

2. The Culture of Japan as Seen through Its Leisure. Ed. Sepp Linhart and Sabine Frühstück. New York: State University of New York Press, 1998.

1. Die Politik der Sexualwissenschaft. Zur Produktion und Popularisierung sexologischen Wissens in Japan 1908–1941 (The Politics of Sexual Science: On the Production and Popularization of Sexological Knowledge in Japan 1908–1941). Vienna: Institute for Japanese Studies, University of Vienna,1997.

Journal Articles and Essays

48. “The Modern Girl as Militarist: Female Soldiers In and Beyond Japan’s Self-Defense Forces.” The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus. http://www. http://japanfocus.org/site/make_pdf/4212, Posted on November 10, 2014. Reprint of publication #41.

47. “A ‘Dynamic Joint Defense Force’? An Introduction to Japanese Strategic Thinking.” The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus. http://www.japanfocus.org/events/view/213, posted on March 18, 2014.

46. “Sexuality and Sexual Violence.” In The Cambridge History of World War II - Vol. III: Total War: Economy, Society, Culture at War, ed. Michael Geyer and Adam Tooze. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (in press, July 2015).

45. “The Uses of Popular Culture for Sex and Violence.” Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies 13/3 (December 2013). http://www.japanesestudies.org.uk/ejcjs/about/index.html 44. “World War II – Transnationally Speaking.” In The Book Forum on Mary Louise Roberts’ What Soldiers Do: Sex and the American GI in World War II France (University of Chicago Press, 2013), Journal of Women’s History 26/3 (Autumn 2014), pp. 142–146. 43. “Sexuality and Nation States.” In Global History of Sexuality, ed. Robert Marshall Buffington, Eithne Luibheid, and Donna Guy. London: Wiley-Blackwell (2014), pp. 17–56.

42. “’The Spirit to Take Up a Gun’: Militarizing Gender in the Imperial Army.” In Gender, Nation and State in Modern Japan (ASAA Women in Asia Series), ed. Andrea Germer, Vera Mackie, and Ulrike Wöhr. London: RoutledgeCurzon (2014), pp. 163–179.

41. “The Modern Girl as Militarist: Female Soldiers In and Beyond Japan’s Self-Defense Forces.” In Modern Girls On the Go: Gender, Mobility, and Labor in Japan, ed. Alisa Freedman, Christine Yano and Laura Miller (2013), pp. 131–148.

40. “Jieitai - The Self-Defense Forces: From the Atom Bombs to Iraq.” In Japan at War: An Encyclopedia, ed. Louis Perez. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO (2013), 6 pp.

39. “Article 9 - Ethnographically Speaking.” In A Time for Change? Japan’s “Peace” Constitution at 65, ed. Bryce Wakefield. Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (2012), pp. 76–85.

38. “Introduction.” In Masculinities in Japan, ed. Sabine Frühstück and Anne Walthall. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011, pp. 1–21.

37. “After Heroism: Must ‘Real’ Soldiers Die?” In Recreating Japanese Men, Sabine Frühstück and Anne Walthall. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011, pp. 91–114.

36. “AMPO in Crisis? US Military’s Manga Offers Upbeat Take on US-Japan Relations.” History News Network November 29, 2010 (http://www.hnn.us/articles/133846.html). Abbreviated version of the essay of the same title in The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, 35pp., http://www.japanfocus.org/-Sabine-Fruhstuck/3442, posted November 8, 2010.

35. “AMPO in Crisis? US Military’s Manga Offers Upbeat Take on US-Japan Relations.” The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, 35pp. http://www.japanfocus.org/-Sabine-Fruhstuck/3442, posted November 8, 2010.

34. “Where Have All the Anthropologists Gone?” Critical Asian Studies 42/3, 2010, pp. 434–436.

33. “New Conversations, New Truths: Commentary on ‘Politics and Pitfalls of Japan Ethnography: Reflexivity, Responsibility and Anthropological Ethics,” In Politics and Pitfalls of Japan Ethnography: Reflexivity, Responsibility and Anthropological Ethics, ed. Jennifer Robertson. London: Routledge, 2009.

32. “’In Order to Maintain Peace We Need Guns and Rockets’: The Military Uses of Popular Culture in Current-Day Japan.” The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus 34/2, http://japanfocus.org/-Sabine-Fruhstuck/3209, posted August 24, 2009. Modified and abbreviated version of chapter 4 in my book #5.

31. “Claiming the Fetus.” In Major Works – Women in Asia: Critical Concepts in Asian Studies, ed. Louise Edwards and Mina Roces. London: Routledge, pp. 116–151, 2009, reprint of chapter of my book #4.

30. “J-Militarisierung: ‘Go, Go, Peace.’” In J-Culture: Das Neue Japan-Lesebuch (J-Culture: The New Japan Reader), ed. Jacqueline Berndt and Steffi Richter. Berlin: Konkursbuchverlag Claudia Gehrke, 2008.

29. “New Conversations, New Truths: Commentary on ‘Politics and Pitfalls of Japan Ethnography: Reflexivity, Responsibility and Anthropological Ethics.’” Critical Asian Studies 39/4, 2007, 8pp.

28. “De la militarisation de la culture impériale du Japon (Militarizing Visual Culture in Imperial Japan).” In La société japonaise devant la montée du militarisme, ed. Jean-Jacques Tschudin and Claude Hammon. Arles: Editions Picquier, 2007.

27. “The Celebration of Violence: A Live-Fire Demonstration Carried Out by Japan’s Contemporary Military” (with Eyal Ben-Ari). In Open Fire: Global Gun Cultures, ed. Charles Fruehling Springwood. London: Berg Publishers. Reprint of #17. 2007, pp. 178–198.

26. “Von Männern, Tauben und Kirschblüten: Zur kollektiven Gedächtnisproduktion in Militärmuseen” (Men, Doves and Cherry Blossoms: On the Production of a Collective Memory in Military Museums), In Über Japan denken, Japan überdenken. Festschrift für Sepp Linhart zu seinem 60. Geburtstag von seinen Schülerinnen und Schülern, ed. Roland Domenig, Susanne Formanek, and Wolfram Manzenreiter. Münster: LIT Verlag, pp. 1–27, 2005.

25. “Genders and Sexualities.” In Companion to the Anthropology of Japan, ed. Jennifer Robertson. London: Blackwell, pp. 167–182, 2005.

24. “Male Anxieties: Nerve Force, Nation and the Power of Sexual Knowledge in Modern Japan.” In Building a Modern Nation: Science, Technology and Medicine in Japan, ed. Morris Low. New York: Palgrave McMillan, pp. 37–59, 2005. Reprint of #23. 23. “Male Anxieties: Nerve Force, Nation and the Power of Sexual Knowledge in Modern Japan.” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 15/1, pp. 71–88, 2005.

22. “’… weil ich nur ein Mädchen bin’: Soldatinnen in der japanischen Armee.” (‘… Because I Am Just a Girl’: Female Soldiers in the Japanese Army). Zinbun 37/1, 2003/2004, pp. 59–89, 2005.

21. “’Nur nicht kampflos aufgeben!’ Die Geschlechter der japanischen Armee (‘Just Don’t Give up Without a Fight!’ The Genders of the Japanese Military).” In Gender und Militär: Internationale Erfahrungen und Perspektiven, ed. Christine Eifler and Ruth Seifert. Berlin: Ulrike Helmer Verlag (Heinrich Böll Stiftung), pp. 155–187, 2004.

20. “Abangyarudô toshite no Jieitai: Shôrai no guntai ni okeru gunjika sareta otokorashisa” (The Self-Defense Forces as Avant-garde: Militarized Masculinity in the Army of the Future). Jinbun Gakuhô 90, pp. 137–151, 2004.

19. “Japan’s Reconstruction Aid that Leaves the Citizens of Samawa Desperate.” Z-Mag: Japan Focus. Trans. “Samawa shimin o shitsubô saseru Nihon no fukkyô shien.” Shûkan Kinyôbi, 1 October 2004. Posted in 2004. http://www.japanfocus.org

18. “American bases and the environment.” Z-Mag: Japan Focus. Trans. “Beigun kichi to kankyô mondai.” Gunshuku Mondai Shiryô 5/271, 15 May 2003, pp. 18–25, 2003. Posted in September 2003. http://www.japanfocus.org

17. “The Celebration of Violence: A Live-Fire Demonstration Carried Out by Japan’s Contemporary Military” (with Eyal Ben-Ari), American Ethnologist 30/4, pp. 538–553, 2003. 16. “Rhetorics of Reform: On the Institutionalization and De-institutionalization of Old Age.” In Aging and Social Policy: A German-Japanese Comparison, ed. Harald Conrad and Ralph Lützeler. Munich: Iudicium. pp. 299–351, 2002.

15. “‘Now We Show It All!’ Normalization and the Management of Violence in Japan’s Armed Forces” (with Eyal Ben-Ari), Journal of Japanese Studies 28/1, (Winter 2002), pp. 1–39, 2002.

14. “Neverland Lost: Struggling for Cultural Hegemony at the Vienna Budôkan” (with Wolfram Manzenreiter). In Japan Outside Japan, ed. Harumi Befu and Sylvie Anguis-Guichard. London: Kegan Paul, pp. 69¬–93, 2001.

13. ”Treating the Body as Commodity: ‘Body Projects’ in Contemporary Japan.” In Consumption and Material Culture in Contemporary Japan, ed. Michael Ashkenazi and John Clammer. London: Kegan Paul International, pp. 139–162, 2000.

12. “Managing the Truth of Sex in Imperial Japan.” Journal of Asian Studies 59/2, (August 2000), pp. 332–358, 2000.

11. “Von der Erfindung der ‘fernöstlichen Sexualität:’ Sexuelle Kulturen in Japan und China 1700-2000” (On the Invention of ‘Far Eastern Sexuality:’ Sexual Cultures of Japan and China 1700-2000). In Neue Geschichten der Sexualität: Beispiele aus Ostasien und Zentraleuropa 1700-2000 (New Histories of Sexuality: Examples from East Asia and Central Europe 1700-2000), ed. Franz X. Eder and Sabine Frühstück. Vienna: Turia & Kant, pp. 11–39, 1999.

10. “Vorwort” (Preface, with Franz X. Eder). In Neue Geschichten der Sexualität: Beispiele aus Ostasien und Zentraleuropa 1700-2000 (New Histories of Sexuality: Examples from East Asia and Central Europe 1700-2000), ed. Franz X. Eder and Sabine Frühstück. Vienna: Turia & Kant, pp. 7–9, 1999.

9. “Vom Ersten zum Zweiten Weltkrieg” (From the First to the Second World War). In Ostasien: Geschichte und Gesellschaft im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert, ed. Sepp Linhart and Erich Pilz. Vienna: Promedia, pp. 89–108, 1999.

8. “Immer noch auf dem Weg zur Chancengleichheit? Zur Situation der Frau in Japan” (Still on the Way to Equality? On the Situation of Women in Japan), Zeitschrift für angewandte Sozialforschung 21/1–2, pp. 23–44, 1999.

7. “Then Science Took Over: Sex, Leisure and Medicine at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century.” In The Culture of Japan as seen through Its Leisure, ed. Sepp Linhart and Sabine Frühstück. New York: SUNY Press, pp. 59–79, 1998.

6. “Yamamoto Senji (1889–1929) – Sexualwissenschaftler im Vorkriegsjapan” (Yamamoto Senji (1889–1929) – Sexologist in Prewar Japan). In Intellektuelle in Japan und Deutschland (Intellectuals in Japan and Germany), ed. Jaqueline Berndt, Peter Pörtner and Steffi Richter. Berlin: Konkursbuchverlag Claudia Gehrke, pp. 162–171, 1998.

5. “Vom ‘Niedergang der japanischen Rasse’ und der Notwendigkeit sexologischen Wissens” (On the ‘Degeneration of the Japanese Race’ and the Necessity of Sexological Knowledge). In Referate des 10. Deutschsprachigen Japanologentages (CD-Rom), ed. Ulrich Apel, Josef Holzapfel and Peter Pörtner. München: Japan-Zentrum der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, pp. 44–50, 1997.

4. “Fragmente zum Studium des japanischen Körpers: Das Gesicht” (Fragments for the Study of the Japanese Body: The Face), Informationen des Akademischen Arbeitskreises Japan – Minikomi 1, pp. 15–19, 1997.

3. “Fleisch und Lust in Japan” (Meat and Lust in Japan). In Götterspeisen. Vom Mythos zum Big Mäc, ed. Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien. Vienna and New York: Springer Verlag, pp. 178–179, 1997.

2. “Sex zwischen Wissenschaft und Politik” (Sex between Science and Politics), NOAG 155–156 (Nachrichten der Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens), pp. 11–41, 1996.

1. “The Introduction and Popularization of Sexology at the Beginning of 20th Century Japan.” Civilization, Sexuality and Social Life in Historical Context, ed. Judith Forrai. Budapest: Semmelweis University of Medicine, The Institute of the History of Medicine and Social Medicine, pp. 191–199, 1995.

Sabine Frühstück
Professor of Modern Japanese Cultural Studies
Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies
Humanities and Social Sciences Building #2232
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-7075
E-mail: mailto: fruhstuck@eastasian.ucsb.edu
Web: http://www.eastasian.ucsb.edu/home/faculty/sabine-fruhstuck