Mercedes Lopez Invarato & Kenn Nakata Steffensen

The battle for the Congo: The assassination of Laurent Desiré Kabila and the evolving Congo Crisis. Special issue COPE Newsletter. (Consortium on Political Emergencies) Agency for Co-operation and Research in Development: London, January 2001.

“Peripheral concepts of world order in the age of high imperialism: Spanish, Japanese and US discourses of international politics and identity”, pp. 187-196 in Miguel Luque Talaván, Juan José Pacheco Onrubia, Fernando Palanco (eds.) 1898, España y el Pacífico: interpretación del pasado, realidad del presente. Madrid: Asociación Española de Estudios del Pacífico,1999

Kenn Nakata Steffensen

“An outline of the crisis in British subtitling” Media for All. London, June-July 2011. Forthcoming in Diaz-Cintas, Jorge & Remael, Aline (eds.) Audiovisual translation: Taking stock. 2013.

“Miki Kiyoshi’s idea of community: Beyond liberalism, Marxism and nationalism” Continental and Comparative Philosophy Conference, University College Cork, Ireland, March 2011

“BBC English with an accent: On ‘African’ and ‘Asian’ accents in British broadcasting” forthcoming in Diaz Cintas, Jorge & Aline Remael (eds.) Ideology and Manipulation in Translation. Thematic issue of Meta: Journal of Translation, 2011

“Denmark’s invisible empire: The politics of translating the Danish constitutional order”. in Epstein, Brett J. (ed.) Northern lights: Translation in the Nordic countries. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2009

“Freelancers and the crisis in British subtitling.” ITI Bulletin May 2007

“Lost in translation”, Stage, Screen & Radio, March 2007

Review of Peter Katzenstein & Takashi Shiraishi Beyond Japan: The Dynamics of East Asian Regionalism (Cornell Studies in Political Economy). Forthcoming in Millennium: Review of International Studies, 37, 2009

Review of Erik Ringmar, The mechanics of modernity in Europe and East Asia: Institutional origins of social change and stagnation. Millennium: Review of International Studies, 36:1, 2008.

“The Kyoto School, imperialism and post-white power”. Review article on David Williams, Defending Japan‘s Pacific War: The Kyoto School philosophers and post-white power. in IIAS Newsletter, No. 1, 2006. Leiden: International Institute for Asian Studies.

Review of Laura Hein, Reasonable men, powerful words: Political culture and expertise in twentieth-century Japan. in Millennium: Review of International Studies, Vol. 34, No. 3, 2006.

“Post-cold war transformations of Japan’s international identity: Implications for regional ideological influence.” Chapter 6 in Söderberg, Marie & Ian Reader (eds.) Japanese influences and presences in Asia. Routledge: London, 1999


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