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Most of the papers in this volume are from a conference held in May 2006 at the University of Chicago.
Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2014. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries.
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The Maria Luz incident and international justice for Chinese coolies and Japanese prostitutes / Douglas Howland Disputing rights: the debate over anti-prostitution legislation in 1950s Japan / Sally A. Hastings Gender in the arena of the courts: the prosecution of abortion and infanticide in early Meiji Japan / Susan L. Burns Adultery and gender equality in modern Japan: 1868-1948 / Harald Fuess Of pity and poison: imprisoning women in modern Japan / Daniel Botsman Burning down the house: gender and jury in a Tokyo courtroom, 1928 / Darryl Flaherty Sim-pua under the colonial gaze: gender, "old customs," and the law in Taiwan under Japanese imperialism / Chao-ju Chen Japanese colonialism, gender, and household registration: legal construction of boundaries / Barbara J. Brooks An attempt to integrate the Korean family with the Japanese: a new perspective on the "name-changing policy" in Korea / Motokazu Matsutani.
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Print version: Gender and law in the Japanese imperium. Honolulu : University of Hawaiʻi Press,