2019 (submitted) “Geysers of Another Nature: The Optical Unconscious of the Japanese Science Film,” chapter in Routledge Handbook of Japanese Cinema, eds. Shota Ogawa and Joanne Bernardi.
2017 「エコシネマの『第四の壁』をとおして」、アウリオン叢書 第 17 号(弘学社、2017 年), 147-161. (English title: “Across the ‘Fourth Wall’ of Eco-Cinema”)
2017 “At the Source (Code): Obscenity and Modularity in Rokudenashiko’s Media Activism,” in Media Theory in Japan, eds. Marc Steinberg and Alex Zahlten (Durham: Duke UP, 2017), 250-281. Reprinted in Field: A Journal of Socially Engaged Art Criticism (UC San Diego), December 2017. URL: http://field-journal.com/issue-8/at-the-source-code-obscenity-and-modularity-in-rokudenashikos-media-activism
2015 “Future-oriented Blackness in Shōwa Robot Culture—1924 to 1963,” in Traveling Texts and the Work of Afro-Japanese Cultural Production: Two Haiku and a Microphone, eds. Will Bridges and Nina Cornyetz (Lanham: Lexington Books, June 2015), 141-165.
2010 “French-ness and Transformations in Subculture in Japan, 1972-2004,” in Mechademia 5: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga and the Fan Arts (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2010), 118-137.
2012 “The Wages of Affluence: The High-Rise Housewife in Japanese Sex Films,”
in Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture and Media Studies 27:1 (Durham: Duke University Press, 2012), 1-29. Winner of the Katherine Singer Kovács Essay Award, Honorable Mention for best academic essay on film published in 2012.
2008 “Imperial Syntax: Nakagami Kenji’s ‘Monogatari’ and Modern Japanese Literature as Ethnography,” in Discourse: Berkeley Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and
Culture 28:1 (Winter 2008), 142-165.
2007 “Princesses and Revolution: The European Interfaces to Japanese Subculture, from the ‘Seventies to the Millennium,” in Minikomi 75, bulletin of the Akademischer Arbeitskreis Japan (Academic Austrian-Japanese Society), Institute for Japanese Studies, University of Vienna, Austria, 28-38.
2005 “Safety Last: Risk, Inter-Activity and Video Activism in Contemporary Tokyo,” in New Cinemas 3.3 (Fall 2005), 169-185.
2005 “Goodbye Kitty, Hello War: The Tactics of Spectacle and New Youth Movements in Urban Japan.” Co-written with Sharon Hayashi, in positions: east asia cultures
critique 13.1 (2005), 87-113.
2005 “Goodbye Kitty, Hello War: The Tactics of Spectacle and New Youth Movements in Urban Japan.” On-line component for Critical World, Department of Anthropology, Université de Montréal, launched September 23, 2005.
2018 Introduction to special dossier on Tsushima Yūko, “Memento libri: New Writings and Translations from the World of Tsushima Yūko (1947~2016),” Japan Focus: The Asia-Pacific Journal. Co-edited with Michael Bourdaghs. Collection of translations and critical writings on fiction-writer Tsushima Yūko. Submitted May 2018.
2017 The Pattern Book—Re-visioning Silk through Amami Ōshima [奄美大島を通して観た絹の最高] , coedited with Lisa Onaga (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin), funded by Biomaterial Matters project, Nanyang Technical University.
2013 Editor and publisher, Yoshiya Nobuko, “Yellow Rose,” introduction and translation by Sarah Frederick (Glendale, CA: Expanded Editions Press, 2013).