"Atomic Bomb Cinema: Judaism, The Apocalyptic
Narrative Tradition, and Western Culture at the Dawn of the New Millennium,"
The End of Days?: Millennialism from the Hebrew
Bible to the Present: Proceedings of The Twelfth Annual Klutznick
Symposium, October 9, 10, & 11, 1999, eds., Leonard J. Greenspoon
and Ronald A. Simkins (Lincoln, Nebraska: Creighton University Press,
"A Study of Hollywood's Influence on
Family and Children" (translated into Japanese),
in Engeki to eiga: dorama no henbõ to enshutsu (Theater
and cinema: changes and directions in drama), ed., Takao Aoki (Kyoto:
Kõyõ Shõbo, 1997), 279-87.
"The Apocalyptic Imagination Reborn:
Atomic Bomb Cinema at the Dawn of the New Millennium,"
Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Conference
of the Center for Millennial Studies, Journal of Millennial Studies
(Winter 2000), a juried on-line
We recommend that you visit the Center for Millennial Studies website,
however if you would prefer you may download
the article as a PDF file.
"Atomic Bomb Cinema: Illness, Suffering,
and the Apocalyptic Narrative,"
in Literature and Medicine, Special
Issue on the Cinema and Medicine, (Spring 1998), 126-48.
"Images of Anguish, Crisis, and Transcendence,
in Some Narrative Films,"
itranslated into Japanese), Geijutsü Kenkyu
1995 (Hiroshima Arts Society, July 1995), 55-77.
"God, Poetry, and Literature in the Film
War of the Worlds,"
Nîngenbunka Kenkyü, Hiroshima Daigaku Sõgõkagakubu
Kiyõ (Winter 1994), 105-16.
"Problems in Modes of Reading Technologies
of Representation: Analyzing Literary Structures in the Film Dances
The Kansai American Literature Society Bulletin
(November 1994), 17-30.
"Going Beyond the Boundaries of
Social Theory: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of the Film Living on
(translated into Japanese), Imago (November
"Growing Old with Kurosawa & The Bomb:
Japanese Aesthetic Traditions, and the American Desire for an Authentic
Asian Cinema, 12:2 (Forthcoming, December
"The Bomb, Japanese Aesthetic Traditions,
and Japan's Most Important Film: Gojira,"
Iconics, Volume 5 (The Japan Society of Image Arts and Sciences,
"When a God Awakes: Symbolism in Japan's
Mysterious Creature Movies," and "Eulogy for the Filmmaker,"
in The World & I (May 1998), 182-93.
"Amaterasu, Hiruko, and the Japanese
Family in Godzilla Vs Mothra"
(translated into Japanese), Image Forum
(May 1993), 44-50.
"A Critical Inquiry into the Sociological
Construction and Phenomenological Experience of Virtual Reality,"
Ningenbunka Kenkyu, Hiroshima Daigaku Sõgõkagakubu
Kiyõ (December 1996), 61-81.
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