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Naoko Shibusawa (Northwestern PhD., MA; UC Berkeley, BA) is an Associate Professor of History and of American Studies at Brown University. Born in Japan and raised in Houston, Texas, she is a historian of U.S. political culture and teaches courses on U.S. empire. In addition to her first book, America's Geisha Ally: Reimagining the Japanese Enemy (Harvard, 2006) ( https://archive.org/details/americasgeishaal00shib_0 ), she has written on transnational Asian American identities, Cold War ideologies, the Lavender Scare, and the Kinsey Report. She is currently working on a book manuscript of a Cold War era treason trial.