The newly published SAGE Handbook of Modern Japanese Studies includes pieces authored by three CJS faculty members:

Michael Fetters, Director of Japanese Family Health Program and Professor of Family Medicine

Kenneth McElwain, Assistant Professor of Political Science

Denise Saint Arnault, Associate Professor of Nursing (Psychiatric and Mental Health)

Also contributing pieces to the handbook are a former CJS visiting professor and a U-M alum:

Mark McLelland, 2007-08 Toyota Visiting Professor (Currently Professor, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Univ. of Wollongong)

Izumi Yokohama, a U-M alum (PhD in Economics) and currently Lecture, Hitotsubashi University