MJHW (Online Meeting) on Uzbek Newcomers to Japan - Thursday, April 28th

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Workshop
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Immigration & Migration History / Studies, Asian History / Studies, Japanese History / Studies

Please join us for the next meeting of the Modern Japan History Workshop on Thursday, April 28th at 7 pm JST.  Our presenters this month will be Timur Dadabaev (University of Tsukuba) and Sonoda Shigeto (University of Tokyo), who will present their work on Uzbek newcomers to Japan (details below).

This month’s session will be held online through Zoom, and can be accessed using the following sign-in information:

Meeting link: https://u-tokyo-ac-jp.zoom.us/j/84182516863

The password for the meeting will be posted at the top of the MJHW website from April 25th onwards.

The workshop is open to all, and no prior registration is required.

Please direct any questions to Joelle Nazzicone at joelle.nazzicone@gmail.com.  We hope to see you there!

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Contextualizing Central Asian migration to East Asia: The case of Uzbek new comers to Japan

Timur Dadabaev (University of Tsukuba) & Sonoda Shigeto (University of Tokyo, Tobunken)

This seminar will focus on the Central Asian migration to East Asia by presenting the outcomes of the survey on the case of new comers from Uzbekistan to Japan. It will introduce the main points outlined in the recently published book titled The Grass is Always Greener? Unpacking Uzbek Migration to Japan (Edited by Prof. Timur Dadabaev, Palgrave, April 2022), which is the first study focusing on the phenomenon of education and language migration from Central Asia to Japan. This study unpacks the motivations, migration channels and adaptation strategies of migrants to the realities of Japan.

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Joelle Nazzicone

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ADDENDUM: For those who were unable to attend last week’s session, the recorded video has been made publicly available, and can be accessed at the workshop’s site here, or alternatively, through the following link: https://youtu.be/un-8y3sXn6I.