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Julia M. Walton is a scholar, writer, and recent graduate of Princeton University, where she studied English Literature with certificates in East Asian Studies, Humanistic Studies, and Creative Writing. Her thesis, entitled “The New Global Canon of Japanese Women Authors: Yōko Tawada, Minae Mizumura, Mieko Kawakami, and the Writing of a Heterogenous Japan,” won the Earl R. Miner Thesis Prize. Her scholarly work has appeared in The Foundationalist, Tortoise, and The Paper Shell Review. She lives near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Yōko Tawada’s Post-Fukushima Imaginaries

23 June 2021

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