Kirsten Ziomek "From Idealism to the Ground: The Japanese Empire’s Occupation of Southeast Asia" The Journal of Asian Studies, vol 79, no 1 (Feb 2020) forthcoming
Kirsten Ziomek (2015), The Possibility of Liminal Colonial Subjecthood: Yayutz Bleyh and the Search for Subaltern Histories in the Japanese Empire. Critical Asian Studies, vol. 47 no. 1, 123-50.
Kirsten Ziomek (2014), The 1903 Human Pavilion: Colonial Realities and Subaltern Subjectivities in Twentieth-Century Japan. The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 73 no. 2.
Association for Asian Studies Conference, Denver, CO. March 21-24, 2019
Presenter on Panel: "Pushing the Boundaries in the Study of the Japanese Empire"
Paper: "Lost Histories: Recovering the Lives of Japan's Colonial Peoples"
Discussant: Jordan Sand, Georgetown University
Association for Asian Studies Conference, Washington D.C. March 22-25, 2018
Presenter on Panel: "The Japanese Empire and its Non-National Actors"
Paper: "The Takasago giyutai in the Philippines"
Discussant: Ethan Mark, Leiden University
European Association of Japanese Studies Conference, Lisbon, Portugal August 30- Sept 2nd, 2017
Presenter on Panel: "Meiji Colonialism in Hokkaido and Transnational Colonial Exchanges"
Paper: "Human Displays and the Ainu, 1903-1913"
Discussant: Michele Mason, University of Maryland, College Park
Association for Asian Studies Conference, Toronto, Canada March 16--19, 2017
Organizer and presenter on Panel: "Servicemen in Total War: Racial Disunity, Disabled Bodies, and Alienation in the Japanese Empire"
Paper: "A War We Have Nothing to Do With: Ainu Soldiers in the Asia-Pacific War"
Discussant: Aaron Moore, University of Manchester
Kirsten Ziomek (2015). Panel: Rethinking the History of Wartime Taiwan, Paper: “Confronting the Last Frontiers of Aboriginal Resistance: Japanese policies directed toward the Bunun, 1933-1941”. In Association for Asian Studies Conference. Taipei, Taiwan.
Presenter: Kirsten Ziomek (2012). Locating Subaltern Subjectivities in the Formosa Hamlet at the 1910 Japan-British Exposition. In Japan Foundation Summer Institute: Modes of Japanese Multiculturalism: Coexistence and Marginality. University of California, Santa Barbara, CA.
Presenter: Kirsten Ziomek, Discussant: Oscar Salemink (2012). Alternate Ethnographies: Historical Anthropological Perspectives on Civilizing Missions in Asian Contexts. In Association for Asian Studies Conference. Toronto, Canada.
Presenter: Kirsten Ziomek, Convener: David Ambaras (2011). Welcome to the Empire: Subaltern Experiences at the 1912 Tokyo Colonial Exposition. In Boundaries in Question: Japanese and French Empires in East Asia. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
Organizer and Presenter: Kirsten Ziomek, Discussant: David Howell (2011). The Beauty in the Barbarian: Touring Colonialism/Postcolonialism in the Japanese Empire. In Association for Asian Studies Conference. Honolulu, HI.
Organizer and Presenter: Kirsten Ziomek, Discussant Yoshimi Shunya (2009). The Japanese Media during War and Peace, Colonial and Post-Colonial Times. In Cultural Typhoon. Tokyo, Japan.
Presenter: Kirsten Ziomek, Discussant: Katsumi Nakao (2009). Old Responsibilities Never Die: They Just Fade Away? Approaching War Responsibility in Modern and Contemporary East Asia. In Asian Studies Conference Japan. Tokyo, Japan.
Invited Presenter: Kirsten Ziomek (2009). The Human Pavilion of 1903. In ITASIA Colloquium Series. University of Tokyo, Japan.
Invited Speaker: Kirsten Ziomek (2008). An Empire on Display. Yokohma City University, Japan.
Invited Book Talk, Lost Histories: Japan's Colonial Peoples and World War II at the University of Tennesse Chattanooga, January 15, 2020
Speaker and Moderator for “Teach-In on Tensions related to North Korea”
November 14,2017, Nexus Center, Adelphi Room, Adelphi University
“Condoned Savagery: The untold stories of the first unit of the Taiwanese Aborigine Volunteer Army in the Philippines, 1942” at Columbia University, Modern Japan Seminar, October 19, 2017 Professor Brandon Schechter (NYU) discussant.
Discussant for Associate Professor Miriam Kingsberg’s talk:” The Making of Japan’s Malinowski” at Columbia University, Modern Japan Seminar, December 15, 2016.
“From Rehabilitation to Execution: Imperial Japanese Policies toward Taiwan’s Indigenous People, 1932-1942 “The Lees History seminars” at Rutgers University, April 8, 2016. Discussant: Frederick Dickinson, University of Pennsylvania