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Cary Karacas is an assistant professor of geography at the City University of New York, College of Staten Island. His research focuses on the Japan air raids and issues of place and memory. He is co-creator with Bret Fisk of the digital archive JapanAirRaids.org.
He is the author of “Place, Public Memory, and the Tokyo Air Raids,” The Geographical Review 100 (4), October 2010.