Tomoe Otsuki is a PhD candidate in Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. She published “A Point of Connection through Transnational History Textbooks? An Examination of History that Opens Future, the Joint History Textbook Initiative of China, Japan and South Korea” in Education, Conflict and Development (2011). Her latest article “The Politics of Forgiveness, Reconstruction and Reconciliation in U.S.-Japan Relations—Dismantling of the Atomic Bomb Ruins of Nagasaki Urakami Cathedral” is also forthcoming from Asia and Pacific Journal: Japan Focus. She is currently working on her dissertation “God and the Atomic Bomb: Nagasaki’s Atomic Bomb Memory and Politics of Sacrifice.” Tomoe lives in Montreal, Quebec.