Publications: Boyd, James
Boyd, J.G. (2015) The China Problem in Postwar Japan: Japanese National Identity and Sino-Japanese Relations. Journal of Contemporary Asia, In Press . pp. 1-3.
Boyd, J. and Morris, Narrelle (2015) ‘High standard of efficiency and steadiness’: Papua New Guinea native police guards and Japanese war criminals, 1945–53. The Journal of Pacific History, 50 (1). pp. 20-37.
Boyd, J.G. (2013) Undercover Acolytes: Honganji, the Japanese Army, and Intelligence-Gathering Operations. Journal of Religious History, 37 (2). pp. 185-205.
Boyd, J.G. (2013) The army that never was: The unrealistic 1936 Kwantung army plan for an Inner Mongolian army. Japanese Studies, 33 (2). pp. 171-183.
Boyd, J.G. (2012) In Search of Shambhala? Nicholas Roerich’s 1934–5 Inner Mongolian Expedition. Inner Asia, 14 (2). pp. 257-277.
Boyd, J.G. (2011) Japanese cultural diplomacy in action: The Zenrin kyōkai in Inner Mongolia, 1933-45. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 41 (2). pp. 266-288.
Boyd, J.G. (2011) Japanese-Mongolian relations, 1873-1945: faith, race and strategy. Global Oriental, Folkestone, Kent.
Boyd, J.G. (2011) 'This stalwart fellow of five lands and two seas': The Life of Fukushima Yasumasa. War & Society, 30 (3). pp. 177-188.
Boyd, J.G. (2010) Horse power: the Japanese army, Mongolia and the horse, 1927–43. Japan Forum, 22 (1). 23 - 42.
Boyd, J.G. (2010) “This stalwart fellow of five lands and two seas …”: The life of Fukushima Yasumasa. In: Australian Historical Association Conference 2010, 5-9 July 2010, The University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia
Boyd, J.G. (2010) 'A very quiet, outspoken, pleasant gentleman (sic)': The United States Military Attaché's reports on Baron von Ungern-Sternberg, March 1921. Inner Asia, 12 (2). pp. 365-377.
Boyd, James Graham (2008) Faith, race and strategy: Japanese-Mongolian relations, 1873-1945. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Boyd, J.G. and Morris, N. (2006) Australian criticism of Japanese whaling: “Japan-bashing”. AsiaView, 16 (1). p. 5.
Boyd, J.G. (2005) ‘A Forgotten “Hero”: Kawahara Misako and Japan’s informal Imperialism in Mongolia during the Meiji Period’. Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, 11 .
Boyd, J.G. (2005) Horse Power: Japan, Mongolia and the Horse in the 1920s and 1930s,. In: First University of Newcastle Japanese Studies Symposium on Modern Japanese History, 28 - 30 November 2005, Newcastle, NSW Australia
Boyd, J.G. (2004) A forgotten “Hero”: Kawahara Misako and Japanese-Mongolian relations during the Meiji Period. In: 5th Asian Studies Association of Australia Conference, 29 June - 2 July, National Convention Centre, Canberra, ACT, Australia
Boyd, J.G. (2003) Japan, Mongolia and the Siberian Intervention, 1917-1922. In: Fourth Murdoch University Japanese Studies Symposium on Modern Japanese History, 25-27 November 2003. , Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia
Boyd, J.G. (2002) In Pursuit of an Obsession: Japan in Inner Mongolia in the 1930s. Japanese Studies, 22 (3). 289 - 303.
Boyd, J.G. (2002) In pursuit of an obsession: Japan in Inner Mongolia in the 1930s. In: Third Murdoch University Japanese Studies Symposium on Modern Japanese History, June 2002, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia