Vol.095 Academic Journalism
  • Photographic Report
    The Time When the Silk Road Outpost of Dunhuang Was an Object of Fascination for the Japanese
    by Yasuko Enomoto
  • Special Feature: Academic Journalism
    by Toru Takeda
  • Numbers and Independence: Critique of Segregation Ⅲ by Hiroki Azuma
  • My Attempt at “Academi-Journalism” by Tomoko Ohji
  • The Case of Popular Science by Susumu Shimoyama
  • Going Beyond Specialist Knowledge with “Clinical Knowledge”
    — Academic Journalism
    by Kazufumi Watanabe,
    Sayaka Ogawa,
    Toru Takeda
  • Changing Society From a Single Reader
    — The Potential of the Internet Debate Space
    by Kazuya Serizawa and Toru Takeda
  • The “High-Growth Period” of Academic Journalism: The Editorial Art of Kazuki Kasuya and the Chuko Salon in the 1960s by Akihiro Yamamoto
  • In Support of the Intellectual Arena: A roundtable discussion reporting from the world of criticism by Yuki Kobayashi,
    Satoshi Ouchi,
    Hideo Suzuki,
    Masayuki Tadokoro,
    Toru Takeda
  • Academic Journalism as a “Good Neighbor” by Hiroshi Kainuma
  • Essays
    The Japanese Sense of Beauty as Revealed in Fashion
    by Shuji Takashina
  • The Status After 111 Years of the Children’s Song “Ware wa Umi no ko”
    (I am a Child of the Sea)
    by Hiroshi Watanabe
  • On the Architecture of the Japan National Stadium by Terunobu Fujimori
  • Photographic Report
    Looking for the Hidden Hand
    by Asa Ito
  • Essay
    The Historic Significance of the G20 Agreement on a Global Digital Tax and Future Issues
    by Shigeki Morinobu
  • Articles
    Can The United States Achieve Zero-Emission?
    What the Japanese, After Being Left Dangling Twice, Should Know
    by Hiroyuki Tezuka
  • Justification as Seen From Statistics and Machine Learning by Jun Otsuka
  • The Historian of Civilization Who Withstood Skepticism Toward the Role of the Individual in History
    — Remembering My Teacher Nobuo Noda
    by Takumi Sato
  • Correspondence on Current Thought
    Analyzing the Boom in Books on Democracy
    by Shigeki Uno
  • Two Generations in Belarus: Svetlana Alexievich and Sasha Filipenko by Yuri Nagura
  • Pope Francis and the Battle Against the “Virus of Selfish Indifference” by Yoshihisa Yamamoto
  • Essays
    Thinking about “Freedom Day” in England and the British “Nanny State”
    by Ryuichi Kanari
  • Memories of Covid-19 by Daisaburo Okumoto
  • The Limits of Entering With One’s Shoes On by Shoichi Inoue
  • Including the Culture of Everyday Life in Important Intangible Cultural Properties by Isao Kumakura
  • Serial Project
    The Plan to Explore the New Coming Together and Fusions of the Two Cultures
    Part 1.Renewing the Contract with Learning
    by Naoki Miyano
  • Serials
    Hakuson Kuriyagawa: The Man Who Sowed Dreams
    Part 7. Amputation of His Left Leg and Going for Study in the United States (Part 1)
    by Kyo Cho
  • Heisei History 4: Japan in the World — International Shock by Makoto Iokibe