Sato Masaya

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

Research Areas

 
 

Education

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

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]

Misc

 
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]
2015   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
“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