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The First International Workshop： International Dialogue on Migration Studies
Virtual Workshop on Zoom
9:00am-12:20pm JST on December 20, 2020
Sponsored by Japanese Association for Migration Studies,
Co-sponsored by Japanese Diaspora Initiative, Hoover Institution
English captions for the presentations and translators will be available.
The registration closes on December 13, 2020. We will send the zoom link to your registered email address.
Moderator Eiichiro Azuma (University of Pennsylvania)
Part I: Settler Colonialism and Racism in the Japanese Emigration History
Sidney Lu (Michigan State University): Malthusian Expansionism: Locating Japanese Emigration in Global History
Christen Sasaki (University of California, San Diego): Emerging Nations, Emerging Empires: Inter-imperial Intimacies and Competing Settler Colonialisms in Hawai‘i
Hiroshi Sekiguchi (Shikoku University ): The Japanese Community in America and Burakumin
Part II: Immigrant Intellectuals in the U.S. and Brazil
Andrew Leong (University of California, Berkeley): Inventing the Issei: Kanzaki Kiichi’s “The Road Ahead for Compatriots in America” (1917)
Seth Jacobowitz (City College of New York): Ishikawa Tatsuzō’s America and Brazil
Koji Sasaki (Keio University ) : Beyond Organic: Doyo-kai and the Knowledge Projects in the Post-war Japanese Immigrant Community in Brazil
Discussants: Mariko Iijima (Sophia University) and Mariko Mizuno (University of Toyama)
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