Teaching

Available to serve as a dissertation committee member, as an Affiliate Professor of the Department of Literature (sociology section) at Kyoto University and an Affiliate Professor of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Washington. If you are interested in working with me, please contact me. Please do so after you read some of my works.

Courses taught in the U.S.

Race and Science at MIT (2006)

Asian Americans and education at UC Santa Barbara (1990)

Family and communities of Asian Americans at UC Santa Barbara (1990)

Courses taught as a teaching associate/teaching assistant at the University of Washington are not listed here.

 

Courses Taught at Kyoto University

Due to the administrative work for the President Office, I am currently offering only one course aside from some team teaching courses.

Theories of race and ethnicity, the sociology course (from 2006-present)

Contemporary anthropology, the general education course (2009)

Study of Representation and Expression of Race, the relay lecture at Institute for Research in Humanities (2008)

Intensive Lecture, Doctoral Program in History and Anthropology at Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences at University of Tsukuba (2008)

A comprehensive understanding of the idea of race, the relay lecture at Institute for Research in Humanities (2007)