N.d. “Romance as A Technology of the Self: Gender Power Dynamics and Female Subjectivity in Tokyo Hosting Services.” (forthcoming)
2010 “Intimacy for Sale: Masculinity, Entrepreneurship, and Commodity Self in Japan’s Neoliberal Situation.” Japanese Studies 30(2): 231-246.
2020 “Doing and Writing Affective Ethnography.” In Studying Japan, eds. Nora Kottmann and Cornelia Reiher. Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos. (forthcoming)
2020 “Possessive Individualism in the Age of Postfeminism and Neoliberalism: Self-Ownership, Consent, and Contractual Abuses in Japan’s Adult Video Industry.” In Feminist and Queer Theory: An International and Transnational Reader, eds. L. Ayu Saraswati and Barbara L. Shaw. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2019 “Opening the Box: An International Asian Woman Scholar’s Fight.” In Fight the Tower: Asian American Women Scholars’ Resistance and Renewal in the Academy, eds. Kieu Linh Caroline Valverde and Wei Ming Dariotis, Pp. 234-254. New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.
2005 “Commodified Romance in a Tokyo Host Club.” In Genders, Transgenders and Sexualities in Japan, eds. Mark McLelland and Romit Dasgupta, Pp. 200-215. New York: Routledge. (2005 Bestor Prize for Best Graduate Paper, Society for East Asian Anthropology)
2006 Maruyama, Mayumi, ed. Gender and Development: The Japanese Experience in Comparative Perspective. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. 352 pp. Asian Journal of Women’s Studies 12(3): 119-124.
2014 Guest speaker. “University of Kansas Researcher Looks into Romance-for Sale in Contemporary Japan.” Central Standard. Kansas City Public Media (KCUR, 89.3FM), KS, November 5.
2006 “Commodified Romance in a Tokyo Host Club.” American Anthropological Association’s Anthropology News 47(3): 53.
2006 “Beauty of Seduction in a Tokyo Host Club.” International Institute for Asian Studies’ Newsletter 40: 9.