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I. Introduction: History Textbooks, Divided Memories, and Reconciliation, Gi-Wook Shin II. Comparative Excerpts from Textbooks of China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and the United States on Eight Historical Issues III. Textbooks and History: Comparative Analysis 1. War Stories, Peter Duus 2. Japanese History Textbooks in Comparative Perspective, Haruo Tohmatsu 3. International Wars in Chinese Secondary School History Textbooks, 1931-1951, Li Weike 4. Colonial Korea and the Asia-Pacific War: A Comparative Analysis of Textbooks in South Korea and Japan, Chung JaeJeong 5. One Colonialism, Two Memories: Representing Japanese Colonialism in Taiwan and South Korea, Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao IV. Textbooks and International Relations 6. Writing History Textbooks in Japan, Hitoshi Mitani 7. Toward Pluralism? Reforming History Curricula and Textbooks in China, Taiwan, and South Korea, Alisa Jones 8. A History That Opens to the Future: The First Common China-Japan-Korea History Teaching Guide, Soon-Won Park 9. The War over Words: History Textbooks and International Relations in Northeast Asia, Daniel C. Sneider 10. Europe's Troubled World War II Memories: Are They That Different? Daniel Chirot
Gi-Wook Shin is the director of Shorenstein APARC; the Tong Yang, Korea Foundation, and Korea Stanford Alumni Chair of Korean Studies; the founding director of the Korean Studies Program; Senior Fellow at FSI; and Professor of Sociology at Stanford University. Daniel C. Sneider is the Associate Director for Research at the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University.