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2020

Aronsson, Anne (October 2020). Technology and the Human ‘Touch’: Automation and Interconnection in Japan (Unpublished). In: Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs. East Lansing, MI, USA. 06.10.2020 – 18.10.2020.

Aronsson, Anne (October 2020). Social Robots in Elder Care: The Turn Toward Emotional Machines in Contemporary Japan (Unpublished). In: Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs. Bloomington, Indiana, USA. 16.10.2020 – 18.10.2020.

Aronsson, Anne (21 March 2020). Social Robots in Elderly Care: The Turn Toward Emotional Machines in Contemporary Japan (Unpublished). In: "Japan’s Emotional Robots” conference at the Association for Asian Studies. Boston, USA. 21.03.2020.

Aronsson, Anne Stefanie (2020). Contemporary Japanese Career Women: Reflections on Profession, Life, and Purpose. Qualitative report, 25(3), pp. 569-595. Nova University & Northern Illinois University

2015

Aronsson, Anne (2015). Genji and Faust: A Comparative Reading. The comparatist, 39(1), pp. 252-274. The University of North Carolina Press 10.1353/com.2015.0015

Aronsson, Anne Stefanie (2015). Career Women in Contemporary Japan: Pursuing Identities, Fashioning Lives. Routledge contemporary Japan: Vol. 56. New York: Routledge

2011

Aronsson, Anne (18 November 2011). Japanese Professional Women: Through the Labyrinth of Their Working Lives (Unpublished). In: 110th annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Montréal, Canada. 18.11.2011.

2010

Aronsson, Anne (22 November 2010). Japanese Professional Women in the Neoliberal Order: Through the Labyrinth of their Working Lives (Unpublished). In: Searching for the New Wave of Japanese Studies in Social Sciences. Yale University; New Haven, USA. 22.11.2010.

Aronsson, Anne (12 July 2010). Japanese Professional Women in the Neoliberal Order: Through the Labyrinth of their Working Lives (Unpublished). In: Japanese Professional Women in the Neoliberal Order: Through the Labyrinth of their Working Lives. Anthropology Department of Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan. 12.07.2010.

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