Peer Reviewed Articles
“A College Town in Black and White: Fumiko Seki’s Days in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1955-1957,” North Carolina Historical Review 100 no. 1 (2023): 1-28.
“African American Women and Desegregated Streetcars: Gender and Race Relations in Postbellum New Orleans,” Nanzan Review of American Studies 40 (2018): 41-60, https://doi.org/10.15119/00002609.
“1890 nendai nyūōrinzu ni okeru yūshoku kureōru no hanjinshukakuri undō: kurusēda-shi to puressī tai fāgason saiban wo chūshin ni” (The Anti-Segregation Movement of Creoles of Color in New Orleans in the 1890s: The Crusader and Plessy v. Ferguson), Amerikashi hyōron 29 (2012): 1-30.
Digital History Articles
“Amerikashi kenkyū ni okeru GIS riyō” (GIS for American History), Seiyo shigaku 271 (2021):
“Amerikashi kenkyū to dejitaru hisutorī” (American History and Digital History), Rikkyo American Studies 40 (2018): 7-31, https://doi.org/10.14992/00015914.
Digital History Blogs
“Amerika kenkyūsha ni yakudatsu honsho no yomikata gaido,” (How to Read Topics in Western History for American Studies scholars), Bungaku tsūshin, August 31, 2021, https://bungaku-report.com/blog/2021/08/wcdh01.html
“Kantōgen: amerikashigaku ni okeru dejitaru mappingu to paburikku hisutorī” (Forward: Digital Mapping and Public History in the Field of American History), Digital Humanities Monthly 95, June 30, 2019, http://www.dhii.jp/DHM/dhm95.
“Tokubetsu kikō: Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative Fellow no keiken wo tsūjite, Part II” (Special Contribution: My Experience as a Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative Fellow, Part II), Digital Humanities Monthly 90, January 31, 2019, http://www.dhii.jp/DHM/dhm90-3.
“Tokubetsu kikō: Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative Fellow no keiken wo tsūjite, Part I” (Special Contribution: My Experience as a Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative Fellow, Part I), Digital Humanities Monthly 89, December 30, 2018, http://www.dhii.jp/DHM/dhm89-3.
“Ibento repōto: JADH2018: “Leveraging Open Data” (Event Report: JADH2018: “Leveraging Open Data”), Digital Humanities Monthly 87, October 30, 2018, http://www.dhii.jp/DHM/dhm87-2.
“Fillmore Boys School in 1877,” The Conversation (blog), Black Communities: A Conference for Collaboration, October 23, 2017,
Masumi Izumi, Fumiko Sakashita, Hiroshi Takei, Fuminori Minamikawa, and Mishio Yamanaka, “Amerika daitōryō senkyo to Black Lives Matter: shōhai wo waketa shakai undō ni semaru” (The 2020 U.S. Presidential Election and “Black Lives Matter”: A Closer Look at the Social Movement that Made a Difference in the Election Outcome), Dōshisha amerika kenkyū 58 (2022): 27-59, https://doi.org/10.14988/00028775.
“Amerika saikenki no shiminundō: romendensha, jinshu, jendā” (Reconstruction Activism: Streetcars, Race, and Gender), Rekishigaku kenkyū 1015 (2021): 89-97.
“Amerika saikenki wo kangaeru: kako to genzai wo megutte” (Reconstruction Reconsidered: Past and Present), The Fulbrighter in Nagoya 30 (2021): 4-16.
“Studying African American History in the United States as a Japanese Student,” Nanzan Review of American Studies 38 (2016): 91-98, https://doi.org/10.15119/00001208.