Lee Pennington, Assistant Professor
and Korean History; East Asian History
Ph.D. - Columbia University
M.A. - George Washington
B.A. - Davidson College
Casualties of History:
Japanese Disabled Veterans of the Second World War
(manuscript in preparation)
Katō Yoko, “What Caused the Russo-Japanese War—-Korea or
Manchuria?” Social Science Japan Journal 10:1 (June
2007): 95-103. (translation)
“Mars Needs Women: Recruiting Wives for Disabled
Veterans in Wartime Japan" (presented at the Association
for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Atlanta, April 2008).
“Red, White, and Bruised: Japanese Disabled Veterans of
the Second World War” (presented at the Center for
Japanese Studies, University of California at Berkeley,
"From Warfare to Welfare:
Japanese Disabled Veterans of the Second World War"
(presented at Brandeis University, March 2006).
"The Pain of It: Japanese Battle
Casualties in Wartime Popular Culture" (presented at A
Joint Workshop on Affect, Emotion, and Public Life in
Modern China and Japan, Fairbank and Reischauer Centers,
Harvard University, May 2005).
"Anxious Visions: Looking at
Postwar Japanese History" (presented at The Japan
Society, New York City, April, 2005).
"Protecting the Wounded: Japanese
Disabled Veterans on the Home Front, 1937-1945"
(presented at the Association for Asian Studies Annual
Meeting, Chicago, April 2005).
Social and cultural history of
wartime and occupied Japan; disability history, visual
culture and propaganda; history of medicine and the
body; history of modern Korea.
American Historical Association,
Association for Asian Studies, Disability History