Sato Masaya

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Sato Masaya
Hitotsubashi University
Graduate School of Social Sciences
Job title
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Ph.D.(Hitotsubashi University)

Research Areas



Apr 2010
Mar 2016
Doctoral Program, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Hitotubashi University

Awards & Honors

Short-Term Japan Residencies Program, Organization of American Historian (OAH)-Japanese Association for American Studies (JAAS)
Graduate Assistantship, Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Published Papers

Reconstructing Cold War Political Culture: Cold War Critics in Congress and their View on Israel, 1967-1974
Sato Masaya
The American Review   vol.53 191-210   Apr 2019   [Refereed]
“Bella Abzug’s Dilemma: The Cold War, Women’s Politics, and the Arab-Israeli Conflict in the 1970s”
Sato Masaya
Journal of Women's History   30(2)    Jun 2018   [Refereed]
The American Front of the Globalized Arab-Israeli Conflict: The Politics of Humanitarianism, Peace, Human Rights, and Feminism in the 1970s
Sato Masaya
Hitotutsubashi University      Jan 2018   [Refereed]
Rethinking the Women’s Peace Movement in the United States: Women Strike for Peace in the 1960s
Sato Masaya
American Review   vol.45 137-156   2011   [Refereed]


The US Embassy Move to Jerusalem: A Historical Analysis
Sato Masaya
Journal of Historical Studies   No. 981 37-45   Mar 2019

Books etc

Heiwa to Wakai: Shiso, keiken, houhou [Peace and Reconciliation: Thoughts, Experiences, and Methodology]

Conference Activities & Talks

Restricting Inflow: The Arab-Israeli Question in the U.S. Human Rights Movement during the 1970s
Sato Masaya
American Studies Association   7 Nov 2019   
“The Arab-Israeli Question in the U.S. Human Rights Movement during the 1970s” [Invited]
Sato Masaya
American Studies Conference 2016   29 Sep 2016   
“Bella Abzug, Anti-Cold War Politics, and the Middle East Question in 1970s America”
Sato Masaya
American Studies Association   10 Oct 2015   
“From ‘Rescue’ to ‘Justice’: The Arab-Israeli Conflict and the American Friends Service Committee, 1950s–1970s,”
Sato Masaya
International American Studies Association, 7th World Conference   18 Aug 2015   
“‘Vietnam and Israel are Different!’: Bella Abzug and a Dilemma of Anti-Interventionist Politics in the 1960s and 1970s”
Sato Masaya
The Japanese Association for American Studies Okinawa Proseminar at Ryukyus   6 Jun 2014   
“‘Just Like a Spoke in a Wheel?’: Barbara Deming, Sixties’ Radicalism, Sexuality and Environmentalism”
Sato Masaya
Loyola University History Graduate Society Conference 8th Annual Meeting   5 Nov 2011