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2012An Alternative View of tenko: Hayashi Fusao's Popular Writings for ShinseinenKarlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesAn Alternative View of tenko: Hayashi Fusao's Popular Writings for Shinseinen, Japanese Studies, vol.32, 1, 2012,pp 61-76
2007Book review: Keiko I. McDonald's 'Reading a Japanese Film: Cinema in Context'Karlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesBook review: Keiko I. McDonald's 'Reading a Japanese Film: Cinema in Context', Japanese Studies, vol.27,(2),2007,pp 215-216
2015Hirabayashi Eiko and the projection of a viable proletarian visionKarlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesHirabayashi Eiko and the projection of a viable proletarian vision in Visions of Precarity in Japanese Popular Culture and Literature, Routledge, 2015, pp. 102-116
2008Kurahara Korehito's road to proletarian realismKarlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesKurahara Korehito's road to proletarian realism, Japan Review, vol.N/A, 20, 2008,pp 231-273
2012Literary Appropriations of The Modern: The Case of Akutagawa Ryunosuke And August StrindbergKarlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesLiterary Appropriations of The Modern: The Case of Akutagawa Ryunosuke And August Strindberg in Rethinking Japanese Modernism, Global Oriental, 2012, pp. 164-187
2016The Proletarian Literature Movement: Experiment and ExperienceKarlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesThe Proletarian Literature Movement: Experiment and Experience in Routledge Handbook of Modern Japanese Literature, Routledge, 2016, pp. 111-124
2014Proletarian Writers and the Great Tokyo Earthquake of 1923Karlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesProletarian Writers and the Great Tokyo Earthquake of 1923 in When The Tsunami Came to Shore: Culture and Disaster in Japan, Global Oriental, 2014, pp. 299-317
2014Proletarian Writers and the Great Tokyo Earthquake of 1923Karlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesProletarian Writers and the Great Tokyo Earthquake of 1923 in When The Tsunami Came to Shore: Culture and Disaster in Japan, Global Oriental, 2014, pp. 299-317
2014Proletarian Writers and the Great Tokyo Earthquake of 1923Karlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesProletarian Writers and the Great Tokyo Earthquake of 1923 in When The Tsunami Came to Shore: Culture and Disaster in Japan, Global Oriental, 2014, pp. 299-317
2010Reading Tenba no fu forty years after the 168 movementKarlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesReading Tenba no fu forty years after the 168 movement in Ishikawa Jun and postwar Japan, International Research Center for Japanese Studies, 2010, pp. 272-281
2008Review of "A new history of Japanese cinema: a century of narrative film"Karlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesReview of "A new history of Japanese cinema: a century of narrative film", Japanese Studies, vol.28,(2),2008,pp 250-252
2008Review of "Translating Mount Fuji: Modern Japanese fiction and the ethics of identity"Karlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesReview of "Translating Mount Fuji: Modern Japanese fiction and the ethics of identity", Japanese Studies, vol.28,(1),2008,pp 130-131
2009Review of Eve Zimmerman's "Out of the alleyway: nakagami Kenji and the poetics of outcaste fiction"Karlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesReview of Eve Zimmerman's "Out of the alleyway: nakagami Kenji and the poetics of outcaste fiction", Japanese Studies, vol.29,(1),2009,pp 162-164
2015Setsuko Hara: Japan’s Eternal Virgin and Reluctant Star of the Silver ScreenKarlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesSetsuko Hara: Japan’s Eternal Virgin and Reluctant Star of the Silver Screen in Stars in World Cinema: Screen Icons and Star Systems Across Cultures, I.B. Tauris, 2015, pp. 51-63
2011United Front from Below: The Proletarian Cultural Movement's Last Stand, 1931-34Karlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesUnited Front from Below: The Proletarian Cultural Movement's Last Stand, 1931-34, Journal of Japanese Studies, vol.37, 1, 2011,pp 29-59
2009Writing madness: Deranged impressions in Akutagawa's "Cogwheels" and Strindberg's - InfernoKarlsson, Mats; Japanese StudiesWriting madness: Deranged impressions in Akutagawa's "Cogwheels" and Strindberg's - Inferno, Comparative Literature Studies, vol.46, 4, 2009,pp 618-644