Publications: Tanji, Miyume
Tanji, M (2012) Chamorro Warriors and Godmothers Meet Uncle Sam: Gender, Loyalty and Resistance to US military Occupation in Postwar Guam. In: de Matos, Christine and Ward, Rowena, (eds.) Gender, Power and Military Occupation. Routledge, New York, pp. 98-117.
Tanji, M (2012) Rethinking Resistance in Everyday Okinawa: Diaspora, Transformation and Minor Literature. Asian Studies Review, 36 (1). pp. 105-117.
Tanji, M. (2011) Human Rights and Community Development in a U.S. Army Village in Okinawa. New Community Quarterly, 9 (1). pp. 5-11.
Tanji, M (2010) Close Yet Distant Relations: The Politics of History Textbooks, U.S. Military Bases and Trauma in Okinawa. Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, 24 (June).
Tanji, M (2009) Community, Resistance and Sustainability in an Okinawan Village: Yomitan. The Asia Pacific Journal: Japan Focus .
Tanji, M (2008) U.S. Court Rules in the Okinawa Dugong Case: Implications for U.S. Military Bases Overseas. Critical Asian Studies, 40 (3). pp. 475-487.
Tanji, M (2006) The Unai Method: The Expansion of Women-only Groups in the Community of Protest Against Violence and Militarism in Okinawa. Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, 13 (August).
Tanji, M (2003) The dynamic trajectory of the post-reversion ‘Okinawa Struggle’: Constitution, environment and gender. In: Hook, Glenn and Siddle, Richard, (eds.) Japan and Okinawa: Structure and subjectivity. Routledge, London, pp. 167-187.
Tanji, Miyume (2003) The enduring myth of an Okinawan struggle: the history and trajectory of a diverse community of protest. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.