Graduate Student Publications

“On Parody, Appropriation, and Ideology in Harunobu’s Images of Sericulture,” in Proceedings of the Association of Japanese Literary Studies, ed. Joshua Mostow and Sharalyn Averbach, (2009).

“The Widow’s Tears and the Soldier’s Dream: Gender and Japanese Wartime Visual Culture” in Rethinking the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-5: Centennial Perspectives, ed., Rotem Kowner, (Folkstone: Global Oriental, 2007), pp. 159-184.

“The Ritual Narration of Mortuary Art: The Illustrated Story of Emperor Antoku and Its Etoki at Amidaji,” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 40:2 (2013), pp. 203-245.

“Morihisa and the Cult of Kannon at Kiyomizudera.” in Like Clouds or Mists: Studies and Translations of Nō plays of the Genpei War, ed. Elizabeth Oyler and Michael Watson (Cornell University, 2013), pp. 309-328.

“Redesigning the Death Rite and Redesignating the Tomb: The Separation of Kami and Buddhist Deities at the Mortuary Site for Emperor Antoku,” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 38:1 (2011), pp. 55-92.

“Yakushi-ji: The Kondō and the Medicine Buddha Triad,” Orientations (June, 2010) pp. 40-47.

“From the Monstrous to the God-Like: The Pacification of Vengeful Spirits in Early-Medieval Japanese Handscrolls” in Twisted Mirrors: Monstrous Reflections of Humanity, eds. Seth Alcorn and Steven Nardi (Oxfordshire, England: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2012).

John Skutlin 

"Goth in Japan: Finding an identity in a spectacular subculture" in Asian Anthropology (The Chinese University of Hong Kong:Taylor and Francis Online, 2016)

John Skutlin is a  University of Pittsburgh alumnus and current PhD candidate at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.