Adachi, N. Postcolonial Grief: The Afterlives of the Pacific Wars in the Americas. Pacific Affairs 93.4 (2020)
Adachi, N. Diaspora and Identity: Japanese Brazilians in Brazil and Japan. The Americas: A Quarterly Review of Latin American History 76.1 (2019): 193-196.
Adachi, N. Book Review of Multiethnic Korea?: Multiculturalism, Migration, and Peoplehood Diversity in Contemporary South Korea. American Ethnologist 43.3 (2016): 573-576.
Adachi, N. Book Review of Return: Nationalizing Transnational Mobility in Asia. American Ethnologist 41.4 (2014): 782-783.
Adachi, N. Review of "Embodying Belonging: Racializing Okinawan Diaspora in Bolivia and Japan" by Taku Suzuki. Anthropos 107 (2012): 306-7.
Adachi, N. Ethnic Capital in a Japanese Brazilian Commune: Children of Nature. Lexington (2017)
Adachi, N. Japanese and Nikkei at Home and Abroad: Negotiating Identities in a Global World (2010)
Adachi, N. Japanīzu Diasupora: Uzumoreta Kako, Tōsō no Genzai, Futashikana Mirai. Shinsen-sha. (2008)
Ito, M., Adachi, N., & Stanlaw, J. “I’m Married to Your Company!:” Everyday Voices of Japanese Women [Onna no Serifu 12. Rowman & Littlefield (2007)
Adachi, N. Japanese Diasporas: Unsung Pasts, Conflicting Presents, and Uncertain Futures. Routledge (2006)
Adachi, N. Constructing Japanese Brazilian identity: from agrarian migrants to urban white-collar workers. Nobuko Adachi (EDs). Routledge (2006): 102-120.
Adachi, N. Introduction: theorizing Japanese diaspor. Routledge (2006): 1-22.
Adachi, N. Brazil: A Nation Created by Transnational Migrants. Maura Toro-Morn and Marixa Alicea (EDs), Migration and Immigration: A Global View. Greenwood Press (2004): 19-34.
Adachi, N. Gender Roles, Women's Speech, and Ethnic and Community Boundaries in a Japanese-Brazilian Commun. S. Wertheim, Ashlee C. Bailey and Monica Corston-Oliver (EDs), Engendering Communication: Proceedings of the Fifth Berkeley Women’s Language Conference. Berkeley Women and Language Group, University of California (1998): 1-12.
Adachi, N. Language and Diaspora. The International Encyclopedia of Linguistic Anthropology. Wiley-Blackwell (2021)
Adachi, N. The Emigrants from Japan. Louis G. Perez (EDs), Japan at War: An Encyclopedia. ABC-CLIO (2013): 77-83.
Adachi, N. Signi.cance of the Nomaoi Festival after 3.11 in Fukushima: Enactment and Reenactment. the JAWS online series of Re/ections from Tōhoku. The Japan Anthropology Workshop (2021)
Adachi, N. Yellow Peril Redux: Vitalizing Pre-existing Racial Conditions with a New Symbol. Educational Reserach ad Development Journal 24.2 (2021): 29-51.
Adachi, N. “But It’s Our Mother Tongue!”: The Japanese Language Spoken in a Japanese Brazilian Community. Japanese Language and Literature (2015): 453-483.
Adachi, N. Japanese Brazilians: A Positive Ethnic Minority in a Racial Democracy. Studies on Asia: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Asian Studies Vol. 4.No. 2 (2014): 31-73.
Adachi, N. “Die Dynamik von Rasse und Ethnizität als Kategorisierungs- und Klassifizierungsprozess: Benennung. Rassenzuweisung und Ethnisierung in einer japanisch-brasilianischen Kommune". Polylog 30 (2013): 59-74.
Stanlaw, J., Adachi, N., & Salzmann, Z. Language, Culture, and Society: Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology, 7th ed.. Westview Press (2017)
Salzmann, Z., Stanlaw, J., & Adachi, N. Language, Culture, and Society: Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology, 6th ed.. Westview Press (2015)
Salzmann, Z., Stanlaw, J., & Adachi, N. Language, Culture, and Society, 5th ed.. Westview (2011): 448.
Making Minorities: Fukushima Radiation Evacuees and a New Kind of Burakumin Caste in Japan. Annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology. Society for Applied Anthropology. (2023)
Visible and Invisible Racial Minorities in Response to Social and Political Contexts. The Annual meeting of the Soceity for Applied Anthropology. Soceity for Applied Anthropology. (2023)
A New Type of Burakumin-Minority in Japan?: The Formation and Institutionalization of a New Type of Radiation Victim from Fukushima. Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs. University of kansas. (2022)
Discrimination and Rumor After the March 11, 2011, Nuclear Disaster in Fukushima: Ten years of Unsettling Landscapes for the Victims. American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting. American Anthropological Association. (2022)
America Meets East Asia: Mayonnaise and Tabasco in the Sushi. Breaking Bread in McLean County. McLean County Museum of Hisstory. (2021)
Yellow Peril Redux: Re-examining Racial Assaults Toward Asians in Diaspora during the COVID Pandemic. The SOA Research Series. The Department of Sociology and Anthropology. (2021)
presentation. American Anthropological Association. (2021)
A Conflict of Regional Politics and Local Identity: The Shinto Nomaoi Cavalry Festival after the Fukushima Disaster. The Annual Meeting of the Central States Anthropological Society. The Central States Anthropological Society. (2020)
Attitudes Toward Asians in Diaspora Curing the COVID-19 Pandemic. Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs. Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs. (2020)
Attitudes Toward Asians in Diaspora During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Responsibility, and Truth and Consequences. Annual Meeting. American Anthropological Association. (2020)