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Spiker, Christina M. Mapping Isabella Bird: Geolocation & Unbeaten Tracks in Japan (1880). http://mapping.cmspiker.com/japan/ (accessed February 1, 2018).
Academic References on Isabella Bird in Japan
Adair, Gigi, "The “Feringhi Hakīm”: medical encounters and colonial ambivalence in Isabella Bird’s travels in Japan and Persia," Studies in Travel Writing 21, issue 1 (2017): 63-75.
Clark, Steve, "'Isabella Bird, Rudyard Kipling, and the “bandobast” of East Asian travel," Studies in Travel Writing 21, issue 1 (2017): 76-91.
Elliott, Andrew, "'A perspective close to our own': footsteps travel and the Japanese reception of Isabella Bird’s Unbeaten Tracks in Japan, 1996–2016," Studies in Travel Writing 21, issue 1 (2017): 92-107.
Elliott, Andrew. “’It is Japan, but yet there is a difference somehow’: Editorial Change and Yezo in Isabella Bird's Unbeaten Tracks in Japan,” Journeys 9, no. 1 (2008): 1–20.
Gartlan, Luke. “A Complete Craze: Isabella Bird Bishop in East Asia,”PhotoResearcher, no. 15 (April 2011): 13–26.
Holt, Jenny, "Distressed micropsia: size distortion and psychological disturbance in Isabella Bird’s Unbeaten Tracks and in subsequent travel writing on Japan, 1880–1900," Studies in Travel Writing 21, issue 1 (2017): 47-62.
Kanasaka, Kiyonori. Isabella Bird and Japan: A Reassessment. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2016.
Kumojima, Tomoe, "'A strange thrill': Isabella Bird and the fugitive community of travellers," Studies in Travel Writing 21, issue 1 (2017): 33-46.
Park, Jihang. “Land of the Morning Calm, Land of the Rising Sun: The East Asia Travel Writings of Isabella Bird and George Curzon,” Modern Asian Studies 36, no. 3 (2002): 513–534.
McAdams, Elizabeth. “Isabella Bird and Japonisme Travel Writing: Common Interests,” English Literature in Transition, 1880 – 1920 57, no. 4 (2014): 480–496.
Spiker, Christina. “‘Civilized’ Men and ‘Superstitious’ Women: Visualizing the Hokkaido Ainu in Isabella Bird’s Unbeaten Tracks, 1880,” in Gender, Continuity, and the Shaping of Modernity in the Arts of East Asia, 16th–20th Centuries, eds. Lara Blanchard and Kristen Chiem (Leiden: Brill, 2017)
Williams, Lawrence, "'Like the ladies of Europe'? Female emancipation and the 'scale of civilisation' in women’s writing on Japan, 1840–1880," Studies in Travel Writing 21, issue 1 (2017): 17-32.
Williams, Lawrence and Steve Clark, "Isabella Bird, Victorian globalism, and Unbeaten Tracks in Japan (1880)," Studies in Travel Writing 21, issue 1 (2017): 1-16.
Academic & General References on Ainu Culture
Ainu Museum at Shiraoi's Poroto Kotan (English & Japanese)
Ainu: Spirit of a Northern People. Eds. William W. Fitzhugh and Chisato Dubreuil. Washington D.C.: Arctic Studies Center, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution in association with University of Washington Press, 1999.
Beyond Ainu Studies: Changing Academic and Public Perspectives. Eds. Mark J. Hudson, anne-elise lewallen, Mark Watson. Honolulu : University of Hawai'i Press, 2014.
The Foundation for Research and Promotion of Ainu Culture (FRPAC) (English & Japanese)
Hokkaido University Center for Ainu & Indigenous Studies (English & Japanese)
Kreiner, Josef. "Changing Images: Japan and the Ainu as Perceived by Europe," in Rethinking Japan: Social sciences, Ideology & Thought. Eds. Adriana Boscaro, Franco Gatti, and Massimo Raveri. London: Curzon Press, 2003 (Reprint).
Nibutani Ainu: Takumi no Michi (English & Japanese)
Stevens, Georgina, "More Than Paper: Protecting Ainu Culture and Influencing Japanese Dam Development," Cultural Survival Quarterly Magazine (December 2004).